We were contacted by a client carrying out an interior re-fit of a public library in Ireland. Their design required a hook-on library ladder and rails to access the books at the very top of the bookshelves – some three metres up!
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.
A long-standing client contacted us with a brief to design and create a set of bespoke brass cabinet doors (cupboard doors) that would be in perfect keeping with the existing style of a home bar in a private residence – bijoux, golden, and totally bespoke. We immediately understood why we had been chosen to help!
We might know a thing or two about cocktails, but when it comes to cabinet making and brass, we know exactly how to mix the perfect formula.
Taking inspiration from our polished brass champagne drinks trolley, we were contacted by the new owners of Langan’s Brasserie in London, who were looking for something bespoke for their soon-to-be renovated bar and restaurant.
Andrew Nebbett Designs has created a good number of bespoke clothing rails for the fashion industry over the years. We were therefore delighted to work on this project for a high end couture brand looking for a mobile and adjustable set of rails for their exclusive and luxurious evening and cocktail dresses, worn by celebrities across the globe.
We were contacted by a new client who was looking for a bespoke gift for her father. With a wonderful collection of handmade knives that he had made himself ready for display, the brief was to create two magnetic knife racks in a brass finish to match the existing interior scheme. Armed with a set of visuals of the home and the area the knife racks were to be located, we discussed various options with our workshop team, who would need to consider the extremely heavy weight of the handmade knives to be suspended from the racks.