For their period Cheshire estate, our client sought traditional interiors that reflected the history and heritage of the property. Alongside the kitchen and bar, we worked meticulously to design and craft this sympathetically rustic country house boot room.
Hand painted tongue and groove solid oak panelling lines the walls and cabinetry in a homage to traditional joinery construction methods. The bespoke oak reception table has been bleached and distressed by hand to a raw, rustic finish. The tumbled English limestone floor, honed black granite worktops and naturally patinated brass bridge tapware were chosen for their authentic period aesthetic, as was the Blue Verditer colour for the cabinetry- a popular colour developed in England in the 1600s.