Cleaver Square

kitchen with white cabinets, timber worktops and a central dining table
Description

This classic Georgian townhouse is owned by a landscape architect who was very involved with the design process, providing us with initial drawings, and we're happy to work with clients in this way.

The aim was to complement the existing 18th century joinery and we fitted Pitch Pine and Douglas Fir to work with the older period softwoods.

Materials & Finishes
#hand painted #traditional
Client
Private, Kennington
bank of kitchen cabinets with glass fronted cabinet doors above
"McCormack Joinery was involved in making all the new joinery for our 18th century house in Kennington. I produced architectural schematic drawings from which McCJ provided quotations. Initially these seemed expensive but once we understood the care, time and thought that backs all McCJ work, we realised what excellent value this company gives. In respect of their technical knowledge and integrity, I would not hesitate to recommend this firm to the discerning client, one who appreciates the value of good joinery and the time needed to achieve the best results."
— Edward
painted kitchen cabinets with panel doors and timber worktops
Fitted open shelving unit by a window and a writing desk
alcove shelving painted to match the surrounding walls
Wall of open fitted shelves painted to colour-match the walls
alcove cabinet with slanted upper edge to meet ceiling. Small cabinet with work-surface below
chest high white painted storage cabinets
detail of an opened drawer that is painted white