Where hat shelves, coat hooks, shoe racks and boot boxes are designed, aligned and carefully considered.
Part of a whole house cabinetry project, designed by Jamie Strachan of Hip Creative Consulting, for a newly renovated family home set in the Cotswolds Countryside. The Winstone Farm bootroom was carefully configured to ensure ample storage and hanging space. Deep blue hand-painted shaker-style cabinetry with panelled back, open hat shelf and integral bench seat is complemented by natural cobblestone flooring, and finished with brass handles and a traditional moulded cornice.
Designed by Fiona Parke of Johnston Parke Interiors, the boot room at Russet House is entirely tongue-and-groove clad, with simple oak shelving and traditional coat hooks, providing ample hanging and storage space. A double width panelled and glazed back door, also manufactured by Barr Joinery, perfectly exemplifies the scale and simplicity of the space.
Designed by Rachele Bowley of Last Interior Design, the boot room / utility room at Crinan Barn is streamlined and contemporary. Flat-fronted cabinetry, made using traditional manufacturing techniques, exhibits a smooth matt spray finish and features matt black doorknobs by Dowsing and Reynolds. In contrast an oak benchtop with leather cushion and handmade linear coat rail, as well as a George & Willy drying rack, warm the space.
Designed by our clients India Hicks and David Flint Wood, in collaboration with the Barr Joinery studio team, the traditional Georgian cabinetry of the Wallingford Farmhouse boot room offers bench seating, hat hangers, boot racks, coat storage and a utility mud sink! The panelled cabinetry, with scribed plinth, traditional cornice and quarter-round beading detail is painted in Farrow & Ball’s Olive.