Atkey and Company designed and produced period doors, panels, skirting and associated joinery for the complete refurbishment of an early Edwardian town house in Knightsbridge. This family home extends over six floors, so three levels of architectural hierarchy were applied from simple mouldings in the basement levels and top floor bedrooms to more highly detailed mouldings in the reception rooms.
Internal panelled doors and mouldings were selected for the client’s desire for a richly detailed and elegant panelled property. Late Victorian moulding designs were sourced from comparable original examples carefully selected to resonate with existing architectural joinery within the house. Pairs of two-panelled doors and matching deep skirting were supplied primed for painting and furnished to meet the interior design scheme.
When it has importance to a project, Atkey and Company’s approach to the design and production of doors and architectural joinery is always without compromise to the historical integrity of the property. Our doors and skirting are manufactured using original designs and traditional construction methods in our workshop in Somerset.