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.
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.
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.
Having worked on retractable, rolling library ladder projects for interior design studio Covet Noir in the recent past, we were delighted to hear from them again, this time, looking for another ladder and rails in a similar finish.
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.