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.
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.
With a shared passion for handmade furniture and cabinetry, one of our long-standing clients contacted us to explore a rather specific vision: their clients were looking for two bespoke table bases that, from their initial researched and curated images, appeared to resemble basket-style tables, decorated with a series of elliptical-shaped metal discs.
The brief for this project was simple: a zinc worktop for a kitchen island. As with all our bespoke projects, the design journey with our clients commenced and we explored all manner of design elements to be considered: what profile edge would they prefer, what finish, and what other features would our team need to incorporate?
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.
Andrew Nebbett Designs was contacted by an existing client looking for a smaller version of our zinc or copper top tables.