3 WAYS TO MAKE A SPACE YOUR OWN USING BESPOKE JOINERY
What does the word ‘bespoke’ mean to you? Expression? Creativity?
Joinery means any way in which wood is connected together – whilst a carpenter is largely involved in construction, a joiner’s job is to design and fit the pieces which bring the place together. From feature staircases to windowsills and everything in between, bespoke joinery is a creative’s dream when it comes to both materials and design.
If you’re considering an interior design project, here are our top three ways to make a space your own using bespoke joinery:
Using bespoke joinery to create some key pieces, particularly in the office, is a huge trend for businesses this year. No longer are employees made to inhabit cubicles – we’re seeing standing desks to encourage movement, round tables to promote communication and overall less structured, rigid offices for a more cohesive, energetic environment. Think about what your business does, what your team could benefit from, and how bespoke joinery could play a part as such.
When it comes to the board room, sleek and stuffy is out. Get rid of those uncomfortable seats and commission some wacky but wonderful pieces to modernise the boardroom of 2020 and encourage idea sharing, creative thinking and open-forum discussions.
In today’s world of objects and things, clutter can sometimes seem to get the upper hand in our homes. As such, utilizing bespoke joinery is a fantastic way to maximise your space and create ample storage in even the most limited areas.
Whether it’s made-to-measure shelving to create an industrial look and feel in your home study, or wardrobes built to spec in the bedroom, bespoke joinery can be used to create inventive storage solutions which work around the space you have, however small or seemingly insignificant it may be.
CHARACTER IN SPADES
Wood is beautiful, period. There are so many ways in which it can be used to create character, and style a space to your own taste. Bespoke joinery allows us to experiment with textures, colours and placements; think window frames which contrast dark wood and natural light to create a cinematic experience, or fixed beams (whether functional or purely decorative) which take us back to simpler times and create a cosy feel. Add character in the kitchen by contrasting a traditional wooden countertop with painted wooden cabinets for a pop of colour. And, regardless of the size of space you’re working with, the farmhouse look works; bespoke joinery can bring together rustic materials with otherwise orderly spaces for a lived-in feel and character for days.
Whether your project is for home or office, shopfront or showcase, bespoke joinery can truly bring something different to any interior (or even exterior) design project. With so many materials to play with, from oak and ash to pine or cherry, the possibilities are endless.
It’s your idea – and ours to bring to life. For help with concepts or to discuss the scope of your interior design project, get in touch with our team of experts today.
It’s 2020: we live in a time where newer means better and we’re always looking for the next best thing; the latest and greatest. As humans, we’re programmed to seek out inspiring and stimulating environments, which is important to consider in a commercial or educational setting.
Joinery means any way in which wood is connected together – whilst a carpenter is largely involved in construction, a joiner’s job is to design and fit the pieces which bring the place together.
We could all use a little something to look forward to at the moment. If, like many of us, your flair for interior design has flourished during lockdown, take a look at our five top interior design trends happening this year.
With the world returning to ‘normal’ and trying to move past Covid-19, for many of us that means returning to the office. Whilst working from home has its benefits, there’s no denying that the buzz of the office can’t be beaten when it comes to driving your business forward.
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