For the family room, snug or drawing room, set for relaxation in the comfort of beautifully crafted cabinetry.
The library and study at Clyde House were designed by Stella Mannering and Co. in complimentary but individual styles and tones. In the Library cabinetry and shelving take a traditional in-frame style, with cock-bead detailing. Each piece is finished in Paint & Paper Library Blue Gum with inset Hector Finch lighting. The study is furnished with triple shaker-style cabinets, with made-to-measure boxed shelving above, and painted in Farrow & Ball’s ‘Stiffkey Blue’.
Wallingford Farm House
Designed by Barr Group clients India Hicks and David Flint Wood, in collaboration with NicholsBrownWebber Architects and the Barr Joinery studio team, the library houses an array of objet d’art, as well as cherished books and family heirlooms. Beaded pillars, with a circular top detail, meet bespoke coving and made to measure fenestration, all by Barr Joinery. Traditional inset brass picture lighting with adjustable arms complete this much used piece.
Designed by award winning London interior designers Gunter and Co. the contemporary media unit at Lampard House reflects the dark wood panelling used throughout this penthouse apartment. A great example of Barr Joinery mixed materials use, the unit is precision manufactured using an Oak veneer with a dark spray finish. Contrasting shelving in a contemporary matt ‘Hardwick’ white finish exhibits an inlaid antique brass trim.
THE OLD VICARAGE
Designed by Samantha Todhunter Design, the Old Vicarage library cabinetry was carefully crafted in the Barr Joinery workshop. Painted in a glossy deep blue, the cabinetry is lit by pierced brass lamps, embellished with smokey blue pleated fabric shades. Beautifully detailed shelved paneling reflects the property's Queen Anne architecture. Carved columns donate a sense of grandeur and inset panels are finished with fine timber rope bead edging.
The study at Hawk House was designed by Anna Moss of Moss Living, with a striking but orderly aesthetic in mind. Positioned behind a traditional pedestal desk, the dresser style library unit is precision engineered and perfectly symmetrical. The traditional in-frame shaker cabinetry, with a simple cockbead detail, is hand painted and complimented by a bare oak worktop and shelving. Practical features include purpose built file drawers and concealed printer housing, on a pull out work-ledge.