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This was a really exciting project for London Design Collaborative; our origins were in creating bespoke cabinetry but over the years we have started to do some refurbishments too and Stonehill became a mixture of the two.

For the fitted kitchen we added bespoke units but also refurbished some existing ones. The units are spray lacquered, and the carcasses are made of solid oak. The kitchen worktop is Corian but the rounded end is stained oak to match the interior of the cabinetry. The drinks bar is made of laminate for extra durability, Caesarstone worktop for an industrial look and finished off with a beautiful antique mirror.

For the front of the house, we also created the bespoke TV cabinet and hidden desk area in a large open plan living/kitchen dining area that could be separated with bespoke bifold doors. These were crafted using specialised hinges allowing the doors to be closed, fully opened or opened with 2 static panels. All created with traditional shaker style doors.

The back of the house has a more modern feel. The TV unit in the living room has sleek modern doors with a recessed finger bar, wood veneer back panel and inlaid lighting.