Feb 24, 2014
Our fantastic fabrication team have been hard at work this month and there are plenty of brilliant bespoke pieces to share – in fact, it was hard choosing just three! Nonetheless, here is our February countdown…
OakWe can never get enough of oak worktops, and this is a beautiful specimen; the characterful grain pattern and warm colour give this timber a really rustic, inviting appeal. The irregular cutout has been machined to the customer’s specification – and though we don’t know exactly what the worktop was customised to fit around (a pipe or two, perhaps!), this cut out will surely come in handy when it comes to installation.
Full Stave IrokoFull stave iroko is, in any form, a delightful work surface: a deep, rich bronze colour once matured, the extra wide staves that run the full length of the worktop – hence the ‘full stave’ name – give unique insight into the African timber’s aesthetic character. This particular piece includes some fantastic bespoke details: a large radius corner, internal radius and a host of irregular cut outs, all of which make the worktop well-equipped for its purpose as a bar.
Oak (again!)Well, we did say that we can’t get enough of oak…! Perfect for solid worktops, this versatile timber lends itself very well to any kitchen design. For this customer, we produced an undermounted Belfast sink with a delicate ogee edge profile that encompasses the internal and external edges. Classic and stunning.
This is but a small selection of this month’s work; after all, the possibilities are boundless with our affordable and amazing bespoke cutting service. Whether your needs are big or small, we thoroughly recommend giving it a try!