House In Barnes

We created bespoke joinery for this stunning property, making the best use of space throughout and delivering a truly inviting and unique home.

The bespoke joinery featured within this special property includes a versatile staircase, clever dressing room and home bar amongst other unique assets.

Slats in the staircase conceal a hidden desk, with doors that pocket back to be used when working from home. These can be concealed to use the space for entertaining with the adjoining bar.

There is a hidden desk concealed within the staircase.

The bar's soft curves and full bullnose worktop create an inviting approach.

The bar is set out to millimetre precision based on 7.5mm spacing for the fluted Oak doors & panels. The soft curves and full bullnose worktop create an inviting approach and offer plenty of opportunities to perch.

The bench seating features a concealed cat flap.

In the dressing room, we maximised the potential and storage requirements for the clients in this incredibly tight space.

Slats in the Master Bedroom conceal the FCU.

In the children’s bedrooms and playroom, playful colours and robust materials were utilised to ensure longevity.

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It starts with a conversation, whether it’s a bespoke kitchen, joinery package, commercial enquiry or standalone piece of furniture, Shape London can help with all your bespoke joinery needs. We take great care to really get to know our clients and it’s because of this that we are able to create pieces that are truly unique, perfectly tailored to your lifestyles and personalities.

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