Introduction

Based on furniture from the New England Revolution, the Colonial takes the principals of their symmetrical design to create a timeless classic.

New England furniture is renowned for its simple and sturdy style, similar to the Shaker but with a subtle use of more detailing – more comfortable and less angular. We see mouldings and round corners creeping in here and there, to make it less rigid in style.

 
 

Style Detail

Our version of the Colonial is a modern twist on this classic period style.

The doors are designed to reflect the frame. We incorporate the cott bead of the frame and repeat it in a stopped groove in the door, to create a style that is eye-catching and simple. We use the quarter turned pilasters from the Georgian style to soften the edges at the end of a furniture run.

Featuring a torus profile on the skirting and a large centre riser panel on the cornice, to heighten the furniture and make it more opulent and grand. Colonial is both refined yet minimalist. A Colonial kitchen makes great use of space and ceiling height while maintaining a luxury presence for decades to come.

We incorporate the cott bead of the frame and repeat it in a stopped groove in the door to create a style that is eye-catching and simple.

 

Other Rooms

Using the Colonial style, our craftsman are able to develop the design into handmade furniture such as wardrobes, bookcasing, sideboards, media cabinets and more.

We can bring the same elegancy to every room in your house, whether it is for your dining room, lounge, study, bedroom or bathroom.

To find out more about our work around the home, get in touch with us today to add a truly unique piece of furniture.

 

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