One of Good With Wood (Stroud)’s main functions is build made to measure storage solutions. Today’s project is exactly that. A Client approached me whilst at the Stroud Farmers Market last month and asked about this service. He was after a kitchen cupboard that could be made to fit into an unused window recess in the recently upgrade kitchen. The aim was to make it match with the rest of the décor in the lovely Victorian terrace house. I was supplied with the dimensions for the cupboard and together we worked out the design based on some of my previous cabinets along with the intended function. I was able to build a cupboard that not only fitted the recess but also had the correct shelf spacing to store exactly what the client wanted.
I was very please with the results but even more so when I arrived at their house to discover that it was a great match for not only the kitchen but the rest of the house.
The frame of the cupboard was make from left over spruce furniture boards from a previous job, the doors and decorative top came from an old unwanted fold leave table and the tongue and grove back came from an old dresser.
If you have an unusual space to fit or require alternative storage solutions why not try the made to measure method, it can be a lot more cost effective than you think