Bespoke Cabinetry - What would you choose?
When it comes to truly making your home your own there's no better way of doing it than installing bespoke, custom-fit furniture. We believe that good, well-designed joinery can not only enhance your living environment and help you organise and effectively utilise every space in your home, but it can also add significant value to your property. At DTQ Designs we always strive to give the client what they desire and what works best in the space.
We thought it would be nice to show you some examples of the cabinetry we have fitted in the past for various clients. Whether you prefer modern and sleek cabinetry or period and elegant, a good design company will delivery what the CLIENT wants.
Please see below some examples of our recent work.
Windows can often be placed near a side wall thereby limiting options when it comes to fitting wardrobes or shelving. Here we adhered to the limited depth caused by the window but then brought out the middle section in order to accommodate the TV and all the wiring, etc. Providing symmetry and extra depth where necessary.
This client wanted some lighting on the shelves. Our CAD designer Mayte is also an experienced lighting designer and can help with any questions you may have.
Very subtle mood lighting was used here. Creating really lovely ambient light.
Very sleek and minimalist. This client has children and wanted to hide all the toys and other paraphernalia away. Genius way of keeping a room tidy when you have young children and the mountains of paraphernalia they create.
This client wanted a full room redesign. We took on the project with gusto. Provided full 3D graphics in order to help the client visualise the design in the best possible way and we handled the entire re-fit from ripping out to installation. A very successful project and we think it's got a modern yet timeless style.
This client in Kingston was a fan of the famous designer Charlotte Perriand, as is Mayte our designer. She came up with the below design which the client Andrew was 'over the moon' with.