Teesdale

This Georgian house in Teesdale benefited from a new ‘antiqued’ floor which we distressed and aged to create an ambiance in keeping with the original surroundings.

Recent Projects

Burdon

Regular maintenance reaps rewards! This client in the North Yorkshire area has used our services since the late 1950’s to maintain the finish on the exterior teak doors to their once new build, now period, property. Over the years, we have maintained the integrity of the wood, and we

BRASSERIE HUDSON QUAY, MIDDLESBROUGH

These new counter fittings had been supplied, pre-finished, in natural light walnut to Brasserie Hudson Quay. However the client required them to be of dark walnut finish, and so we were contacted at short notice, prior to the opening of the newly furbished brasserie, to rectify the problem. It

DANBY

We are regularly asked to refurbish badly neglected and weather beaten doors. These photographs demonstrate what we can achieve. However, we also offer regular maintenance of exterior wood finishes in order to preserve them and prevent such deterioration.

JOHNSON

This North Yorkshire client required a refurbishment to their home, which included a new oak staircase. We gave particular attention to the treads, for longevity of wear, matching the finish of the flooring. We blended the rest of the wood with a softer contemporary finish to create this bright

WILSON

In Northallerton, North Yorkshire this refurbishment was for a regular client. We first worked on their original farmhouse restoration project ten years ago which included the staircase with hand polished new mahogany handrail and newel post, windowsills and doors and oak flooring. After a recent severe storm (which blew

BELL

When this oak double staircase and gallery was first fitted in the ‘90s to a new build house, we originally polished it in a natural oak finish.  Our client, in Wynyard in the South Durham area, commissioned us to create a colour change and refinish to ‘dark walnut’ in order to

DOCTOR’S STUDY

Working with a local interior design and fitting company, the commission in Gosforth, Newcastle was to create within a newly built home, the effect of a built in Georgian interior from brand new mahogany fittings including bookcases and panelling. The client had researched his project in the V&A archives

OLD VICARAGE

This Georgian home in County Durham was refurbished to include new, bespoke, mahogany panelling in the drawing room, which was stained, distressed and traditionally hand polished to a high finish to compliment the age and status of the building

Teesdale

This Georgian house in Teesdale benefited from a new ‘antiqued’ floor which we distressed and aged to create an ambiance in keeping with the original surroundings.