Our team of skilled artists produce an extraordinary array of finishes. Using traditional and modern techniques we create finishes exclusively for our clients for completely unique results.
Finishes are an important part of our work because the surfaces are what everyone sees.
Black lacquer, gild moulding and gilt chinoiserie detail on sideboard cabinet doors.
Hand painted blossom design on plain cream roller blinds to create the appearance of trees in blossom an infinitely subtle trompe l’oeil effect.
Entrance lobby for Lucy Eadie Design. Walls clad entirely in decorative tortoiseshell paneling. Each panel has been handpainted to replicate authentic tortoiseshell, then given a high gloss lacquer finish to complete the effect.
Two heavily antiqued mirror glass panels backed with a thickly woven linen.
Decorative antique mirror glass panels for a wardrobe, toughened with an etched design and a background of antiqued patina.
Fireplace wall consisting of different sized panels of ivory polished plaster mounted on an ebonised substrate. All arranged in a subtly asymmetric but geometrically balanced layout.
Decorative and functional partition wall, consisting of four large panels of sheer fabric laminated in clear glass and framed in dark stained oak.
Panels on the front of the doors finished in white gold over crackled gesso squares with a painted silver surround. Art Deco Style cabinet in the manner of Maxime Old and Andre Arbus, with an oriental influence. A NH Design commission.
An entire room wall paneling finished in Red Cracked Gesso, then lacquered and waxed. A Lucy Eadie commission.
Wall paneling for Katherine Pooley’s showroom, Knightsbridge. 12 Carat White Gold water gilded and burnished on crackled gesso.
Monumental cracked gesso wall panels in a hallway with brown bole pigments and a waxed finish.
Randomly cracked water gilded and burnished moon gold on a cream background with red polish.
Cupboard wall units clad in polished brass with inset door panels in woven brass mesh. Trim details and bespoke handles in polished brass.
Fully panelled corridor inspired by a ‘submarine’ theme. Large panels of patinated zinc surrounded by a trim in patinated brass with studded detail. Fittings in patinated brass to match trim.
Steel Cladding of a bathroom vanity cabinet in distressed dark patinated steel.
Brass cladding in wrapped or veneered sheet brass, patinated to different shades or colour tones, or distressed to create an antique or industrial feel. A versatile and effective finish.
Media unit clad in charcoal dyed vellum with embossed vellum wrapped pyramids to the cupboard door fronts.
Coffee table loosely based on an oriental design popular in Europe in the Regency period. Sculpted timber clad in blue dyed vellum with a top inset of thickly woven fabric, protected by an inset glass panel.
Studded leather furniture and wall finish. Created by wrapping panels in leather and applying decorative detailing with patinaed brass studs, offset with matching brass trim and custom handles. A collaboration with Lucy Eadie Design.
Studded leather furniture and wall finish. Created by wrapping panels in leather and applying decorative detailing with patinated brass studs, offset with matching brass trim and custom handles. A collaboration with Lucy Eadie Design.
Interior door comprised of three panels wrapped in taupe leather with studded detailing.
Headboard in three vertical sections upholstered in ivory leather intersected by three horizontal strips of patinated brass.
Ebonised timber finish to dressing room cabinetry with patinated brass finish to metalwork.
Fine inlay and marquetry in bespoke designs and materials, finely crafted to work perfectly with the piece of furniture they are featured on. This includes working with different veneers.
Ebonised timber finish to kitchen dresser with patinated finish to metal detailing.
Restoration of original (over 100 years old) listed limed oak panelling. Patina to match the look of the original exactly.
Stained oak finish to exterior of kitchen island unit with patinated finish to brass metalwork.
Scrubbed and stained pippy oak panelling to a reception hall interior.
Reverse hand painted silver leaf verre églomisé with mother of pearl detail, based on an original Indian design from the Water Palace at Jaipur, depicting Monsoon rains.
Floral designs oil gilded onto clear glass panels in 23 ¼ carat gold, with oil colour flower details, creating a combination of gold, green and pinks. Backed by a layer of 13 ¼ white gold leaf over the entire surface to create a semi-reflective finish.
Decorated white gold verre églomisé screen set within a patinated brass frame, bespoke wall lights and antique mirror fronted cabinets.
A panelled wall mirror in silver églomisé surrounded by a slim frame in blackened steel. Each panel has been gilded by hand in silver leaf to create a gently reflective mirrored effect and then distressed to soften the appearance.
Verre Églomisé mirror paneling for a set of dressing room doors. Background gilded in white gold, lightly distressed to soften, and create an atmospheric effect. Foreground features traditional chinoiserie inspired decoration and has been handpainted with stylized trees, flowers and birds.
Extensive section of wall panelling, oil gilded with 22ct gold for Seth Stein Architects. The paneling juxtaposes traditional oil gilding with modern design, creating a clean yet rich effect.
Refinishing of decorative moulding in a specialist paint glaze for the walls of a private apartment in Kensington. The aim was to create a more contemporary and less opulent feel to the interior.
Aluminium leaf gilding to the walls of a water closet in a private house in London.
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