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.
There is no doubt about it, Crittall-Style is ‘à la mode’ and it’s easy to see why – clean, minimal, no-fuss, low-profile, not to mention the abundance of light that this style provides.
A world-renowned luxury furniture designer contacted us, and asked us to collaborate on a beautiful project they were working on. The aspect we were to design was our speciality; a bespoke hook-on ladder and rail system.
In any well-equipped games room, you are likely to find a billiards table of some kind, be it snooker or pool for example. Until recently, one such room was incomplete without its very own billiard room console table!
Based on our Chester and Bristol rails, we produced five bespoke-sized wall-mounted brass hanging rails, with heavy duty fittings, to provide the best possible wall fixings, to a size & finish perfectly fitted to the surroundings.
Andrew Nebbett Designs was approached by New York based interior designer Bradley Stephens, of Stephens Design Group Inc. to assist with a very bespoke dressing room solution.