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.
Taking the conventional out of an everyday object, we were super excited by this project brief – to turn the boring into the bold, the beautiful and the bespoke, with the creation of an exterior door for existing clients who were keen to incorporate more Andrew Nebbett Designs products into their new home.
You would be forgiven for wondering why we are talking about the history of fridges..! Well… it was a particular 1940s Frigidaire Refrigerator which formed the basis of the brief for one of our very latest commissions! We accepted the challenge to create a pantry door in the style of the retro refrigerator which had been in the home of a relative during the home-owner’s childhood.
Choosing to live with a piece of furniture which incorporates a uniquely patinated metal surface is perhaps most easily described as starting a relationship with a new friend, who will reveal their full personality to you ‘one event at a time’.
A private client requested the guidance of our bespoke design service, to help visualise her new handmade dining table with in her extension. Through the aid of our 3D visualisation service we were able to produce quick and simple views from different perspectives, helping the clie
Working with the client’s kitchen designers and fitters, we were supplied with a template of the exact worktop, which was used to create a completely made-to-measure work surface. The zinc was prepared in our signature antique zinc finish, which is hand-patinated, meaning