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 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.
Working in collaboration with Halstock – high-end cabinet-makers over the border in Somerset, with whom we have worked on many projects – we created this stunning copper cooker splashback for their client, who was having his kitchen re-modelled.
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.
We were contacted by a long-standing interior design client looking for a bespoke solution for her clients. Inspired by an image they had seen online, the question was: ‘Can you make this?’ The answer was: ‘YES! Of course!’ The idea was very specific: a copper cooker hood with integrated extractor fan, incorporating heavy-looking industrial-style rivet detailing and an aged, brushed finish.
Andrew Nebbett Designs was approached by a luxury retail brand, with a dilemma. Knowing our reputation for bespoke metalwork, and having been let down by a third party company, the client asked us to assess and offer advice about cladding a pre-made bar/drinks serving unit.
Created for a private residence in London, this beautifully hand crafted, hand patinated copper worktop was totally made to measure.
Period homes seldom have perfectly straight walls in any room, so it was vital that we had accurate dimensions and angles to work with. Where a site visit is not possible, we predominantly produce our worktops from a template, which is sent to us from which the final top is made.