A place for everything... by C. Kingham
“A journey of discovery and enlightenment, taking you deep into your Comfort Zone.”
1. The Kitchen
2. The Scullery
3. The Pantry
4. The Larder
5. The Utility
6. The Bootroom
7. The Study
8. The Bedroom
9. The Bathroom
Fine English Cabinetmaking by
The Kitchen “Living on an island ”
The Heart To Scheme
The Scullery “The source of all good ”
Some preparation My creation
The Pantry â€œLay store in simplicity itself â€?
This space We find
To place Fine fare
The Larder â€œA King amongst cabinetryâ€?
Tall & proud Full racks
Deep shelves One seeks
The Utility “Your saving grace”
Laundered well Sheila’s maid Aired fresh
The Bootroom â€œMud, Mud, Glorious mud â€?
Kids & Dogs
Wellies & Umbrellas Hats & Coats
A place for everything and.......
The Study “The safest of havens”
A retreat to peace
Some solace Does greet
The Boudoir â€œReassuringly Robed â€?
From beginnings When woken To the end At fall
The Bathroom “In a Sea of Sanctuary”
Majestically mirrored & Marble surrounds To Soak forever
& Cleansed without sound To finish a Swathe!
Live & Dine â€œStanding on Ceremonyâ€?
Fine English bone Kings pattern Places set
Design “The Drawing Board ”
Pencil & Coffee Inspiration Creation
Timber “Enchantment in Wood ”
Mighty Oak hewn
Fine Walnut planed
Mouldings occassioned Table tops fashioned!
Stone â€œ Casting the First â€?
From sticks... ...to stones
a gorgeous granite
or marvel at marble
The heart of stonemasonry!
Workshops “Man & Machinery”
Paint â€œThese pots of Goldâ€?
True colours showing Selected bristles
No thousand words The artisan finish!
Waterworks â€œOur fountains of Youthâ€?
Brass, Nickel, Steel Tapping in
Ceramic, Iron, Copper New level to sinks Joys to behold!
Hardware “Handling with kid gloves”
Founded Brass Drawn Hinges Knurled knobs Softly closed!
Appliances â€œMechanical, Electrical, Civil â€?
Tried & Tested Rarely Bested
Engineered Science Total Reliance Small Cogs!
Detail “Our attention to...”
Dovetailing To admire
Shaker pegs You’ll desire
Our promise â€œSworn under Oathâ€?
London showroom - Marylebone
53 Blandford Street, Marylebone, London, W1U 7HL T. 0207 935 2255 E. email@example.com Monday to Thursday – 10.00am to 6pm Friday – 10.00am to 5.00pm Saturday & Sunday - By apointment only
Surrey showroom - Guildford
8 Chertsey Road, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 4HD T. 01483 338888 E. firstname.lastname@example.org The publication of Richard Horwood’s 32 plate 26 inch to the mile map from which this plate was completed in 1799 as catalogued by James Howgego in Printed Maps of London c1553-1850. Howgego comments that this is the largest and most important London map of the eighteenth century. There was no comparable map until the first edition of the 25-inch Ordnance Survey in the 1860s. Horwood’s intention was to show every house with its number, but it proved impossible to make the numbering complete as Horwood explains in his explanation. Numbering had begun about 1735, when the practice of identifying a building by describing its location in relation to some other building, eg by, opposite, etc. was recognised as clumsy and inaccurate. In Horwood’s day numbering was by no means universal. Every house was shown, nevertheless, with courts, alleys and vacant spaces away from the street frontage.
Monday to Thursday – 10.00am to 6pm Friday – 10.00am to 5.00pm Saturday – 10.00am to 4.00pm
It is always best to call ahead or make an appointment as the showroom sometimes has to close to allow Charlie and his team to meet the high demand for clients site visits. Please feel free to contact us to arrange appointments outside of these hours if they are inconvenient.
No time like the present...
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