Recently whilst at the Giant Flea market at Malvern I found this wonderful old piece of stained glass and knew straight away that it would become a door for a bathroom cabinet.
Using ripped down reclaimed pitch pine floor boards I made a frame and using old hinges and a nice metal knob the door was born. This set the dimensions for the rest of the cabinet, I made the body of the cabinet from pallet wood and backed it with some old plywood from an unwanted wardrobe. The towel rail is a aged willow branch. The whole cabinet is brought together with a coat of light oak varnish which will make it idea for a bathroom setting
It think that this design will fit in perfectly in a Cotswold cottage and so I will definitely keep my eye out for more stained glass pieces
Update: This cabinet has now been sold, but I will be making more in the near future