Archive for April, 2012
One of the joys of having kitchen furniture designed and built to your exact specification is that every detail is considered. We are very proud of creating truly bespoke interiors to our cupboards, individually tailored to our customers needs. So whether you have particular items you want to store or a special way you would like things laid out we can tailor the design to you. Because nothing we do is ‘off the shelf’ we start with a blank piece of paper every time and design each element of your furniture as you would like it.
Using time honoured skill and methods, such as Hand-Cut Dovetails Joints or Baize Lined Cutlery Drawers we create timeless furniture to the most exacting standards which will last a lifetime.
Here are a few recent examples of our work…
If you would like to discuss your own project please don’t hesitate to contact us on 01953 601 567 or click here to email us
Bryan Turner Kitchen Furniture and The English Glasshouse to exhibit at the prestigious RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2012
Working with the prestigious bespoke Orangery and Glasshouse manufacturer The English Glasshouse we are proud to be presenting a working Bryan Turner kitchen at the world renowned RHS Chelsea Flower Show from Tuesday 22nd to Saturday 26th May 2012.
The kitchen will include a fully working Total Control AGA to showcase how the very latest technology sits effortlessly alongside our hand-built bespoke kitchen; built using time honoured skills, methods and craftsmanship.
The landscaped space has been designed by garden experts Deakin Lock to reflect a space for people who like to cook and enjoy eating outdoors.
It is an outside living space designed to be an extension of the home and to work seamlessly with orangery life. The exhibit will showcase the very best in modern family living.
A joy to live with, aesthetically pleasing and crafted with modern family life in mind, the kitchen, garden and the orangery have a quiet authority and are designed to bring pleasure from the practical.
The garden will feature plants with architectural interest, such as Agapanthus and Arum Lilies. These will be blended with more textural planting to give softness and a sense of enclosure. Other plants featured will include Verbena bon Ariensis and grasses such as Stipa.
The colour palette is relatively simple to ensure a sense of calm and optimum use of space. The orangery will be built from FSC-approved timber and will showcase conservation-style sliding sash windows and a clerestory with gothic-style glazing.
The more contemporary kitchen area features large bi-fold doors which open on to the stunning garden.
If you are at the show please come and visit us on Stand AW7 and we look forward to seeing you there.