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 (above and right) 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 a natural cobblestone flooring and finished with brass iron monger and a traditional moulded cornice.
Designed by Architects Nichols Brown Webber in collaboration with our clients India Hicks and David Flint Wood and the Barr Joinery team, this bootroom (above) is set for all of the apparel, accessories and equipment required for anything from a trip into town, a country walk or an early morning hack. Olive green hand panted traditional in frame cabinetry exhibits bracketed open shelving, cushioned bench seat and a deep dog/wellie Belfast sink, finished with a granite worktop and antique brass ring pull handles.
The bootroom (above) at Russet House, a grade II listed residence, was part of a whole house cabinetry project, designed by Fiona Parke of Johnston Parke Interiors. The spacious back hallway exhibits built-in, tongue and groove panelled, open hat and shoe shelving to one side and panelled coat hanging to the other. Free standing furnishings and a traditional flagstone floor give the bootroom character and individuality.