Having a self-designed, purpose built stables being constructed in California, USA, our client was looking for saddle racks and bridle racks with beauty and practicality to match the new building. Sleek and modern polished nickel plated racks were the perfect choice!
We were approached by a trusted designer, for whom we have produced bespoke items in the past, to produce a ladder and rail system for an elegant kitchen.
Our team was contacted in the hope that we could help to ‘rescue’ a project in which our client had been let down in the production of a matching pair of custom-made brass and glass side tables for a luxury redevelopment project.
We work with clients to design shower frames, shower screens and shower enclosures in a variety of styles, materials and finishes. Whether it be an individual, single glass panel (like this project) or…
Sometimes “out with the old and in with the new” is quite simply not the right way to go! Andrew Nebbett Designs grew from a hearty love and appreciation of antique pieces of furniture and works of art and the preservation of history and heritage is something we are rather passionate about.
We regularly receive enquiries about designing bespoke library ladders in all shapes, sizes, materials and mechanisms. This particular project is a great example of the kind of collaboration clients can expect to receive from Andrew Nebbett Designs, in order to achieve exactly the right solution for their space. The brief was to design and create a bespoke hook-on library ladder that would be installed against our client’s existing bookcase.
We were contacted by an architect to look at creating a custom-made library ladder and rails for her clients’ home in the Royal Crescent, Bath.
Our client in the US came to us looking for a bespoke library ladder and rail system for a home remodelling project in Beverly Hills. Armed with plans for the ladder, our team set to work creating 3D visual renders – our usual approach at the start of a project and one that helps immensely to bridge the gap between discussions and sketches, and the real thing!
Some projects can take a while to come to fruition and we are delighted to have completed this one for clients in the US. The brief was very specific: to create a nickel-plated hook-on library ladder and continuous rail for a dressing room, to match the room’s existing stainless steel accents.
Globally, we are becoming increasingly aware of our impact on the environment. Many people are now making conscious decisions based on the environmental credentials of the companies they buy from. Attempting to be eco-friendly has become a mainstay of our daily lives, from where we buy our food to what we clean our houses with. So conscious are we to be more ‘green’ that even interior design choices are becoming linked to sustainability and environmental impact, with people selecting materials which are easy to recycle. Incorporating metal furniture into an interior design scheme offers a sustainable solution for the environmentally conscious client.
We were approached by a long-standing client looking for a bespoke shelving unit for their kitchen. The brief was simple: to create a contemporary unit to be suspended from the ceiling.
The chosen materials complemented each other perfectly; dark timber shelves and nickel-plated brass tubes, rails and fittings.
This bespoke home gym was created for a renowned interior design company, whose client was inspired by old school gymnasiums and gentleman’s club interiors. Instead of a hi-tech, clinical looking space, their carefully curated mood board reflected the design intention for their basement gym to be a grown-up natural continuation of their home. It was important to them that this new space didn’t feel like an uncomfortable add-on.
Are you aware of our Harrods connection …? Andrew comes from a family of designers and as a small child, spent many Saturdays in Harrods with his grandfather, who was Head of Interior Design at the prestigious Knightsbridge store during the 1960s, ‘70s and ‘80s.
We were contacted by a new client looking for a copper worktop island for her new kitchen. As our discussions developed, so did the remodelling of this heart of the home room – and once she had settled on a finish for her worktop, our team set to work, liaising with her builders in live time to check and re-check measurements in preparation for the worktop to be delivered and installed.
We were hugely excited to catch a glimpse of one of our projects in the recent BBC documentary series, My Life as a Rolling Stone. There (right of the opening shot) in the background of Huntsman, one of Charlie Watts’ favourite Savile Row tailors, stood our AND rolling library ladder.