From a sketch to a masterpiece: A bespoke AV Unit created for a private client. Designed by Corbie Phillips Design Studio and made a reality by Gosling Ltd and Bespoke Metal Studio in London.
Designed by Corbie Phillips Design Studio for a for a private client, these handsome antiqued brass and sodalite handles, made by Bespoke Metal Studio Ltd in London will adorn a bespoke Gosling Ltd walnut cabinet. Such exquisite craftsmanship!
A sneak preview of a CPDS designed console table which is currently in production with Bespoke Metal Studio, London. It is always exciting to see a sketch concept turn into a reality. These brass legs are so elegant. We can't wait to see the finished piece.
We have just completed a traditional kitchen / living room for a mountain cottage. The fresh blue cabinetry and crisp white marble counters are reminiscent of a 1940s bakery / cakeshop. The textures of the pale wood, natural felted wool, and seagrass combine to give the space a warm and cosy edge. And our favourite feature - the brass handles.
We salvaged this soon-to-be-beautiful-again chest / skrinje from a local barn. If you look carefully you can see the traditional decoration under the dirt! We will be refurbishing it for its new home in an alpine cottage in Studor, Slovenia. Watch this space for the end result.
We will soon be presenting our new "Ready-to-Wear" schemes for developments, rental properties, and more. These off-the-shelf schemes are perfect for short lead times and budget conscious investors. Keep a look-out for the new gallery coming soon...
Many sleepless nights and weekends went into this design by DCS, which I can proudly say I was a part of. It is so exciting to see it become a reality. See the pool and spa!!
Thanks to Andrea Mackay, Jo Leevers, James Balston, Lou Gomm, and The English Home team
A couple of colourful tearsheets from SA Garden & Home magazine; and SA Style magazine featuring our work
This feature appeared in Sawubona Inflight Magazine in June 2015
This feature, written by Jo Leevers and photographed by Andreas von Einsiedel appeared in Alto magazine in 2015