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Many opportunities exist within the home to make use of an under utilised space or to create a special area of interest. Here are just a few examples of projects I have undertaken. I am very pleased to meet and discuss with you what you need and provide quotations, free of charge.

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Combiunit
This combination unit was designed and made to provide an attractive solution to a variety of needs. A display space combined with storage and bookshelves can maximise the use of an area -a frequent requirement in to-day's homes.

 

Storage space for clothes in bedrooms is a constant problem for many people. Built-in wardrobes can provide a  relatively low cost solution, especially when space is limited and where  sloping eaves restrict height.

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ARTH BuiltinWrobe
ARTH Kitchen Fitting out a complete kitchen or just adding to an existing situation can be a reasonably priced way of meeting your special requirements. It gives you the opportunity to decide exactly what you want precisely where you want it.
An example of a bespoke kitchen unit to meet a particular requirement. The unit was constructed in my workshop, minimising the disruption to the household. ARTHKitchenfitment
ARTTHBookcaseunit This attractive corner unit was designed in 'Queen Anne' style to meet my clients request. I can design and build to incorporate many period features  to meet your particular taste.
Small children needed a place to store toys and display books. The space between the fireplace and the corner of the room was utilised with a very successful result.

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Fireplace & wall
Finished A low oak-beamed Study needed units to store specific items and books. In another part of the room workspace was required for computer equipment and cupboards for storage.


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Making the best use of an awkward space in an old farm-house, by creating a valuable wardrobe space. The elm door was made from wood salvaged from another part of the house. Elm Door
Sinkcupboardcomp Storage space was needed in a small shower
room with a pedestal sink.



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These pictures show a wardrobe and storage cupboard made out of English Ash, that had to be built into the space between a  wall and a chimney breast. In this instance it was built in, but where there is an awkward space to fill, and shop bought furniture will not fit, free standing units can be made that precisely fit the gap. They can also of course be placed elsewhere in the home, or taken away if the customer moves house.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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