This is a small selection of the shelving that was completed recently in an ancient barn. Originally the first unit below had a fixed back, but then it was decided that we could use glass as a partition and create the mirror of the shelves on the reverse. This was quite tricky but in the end the result was an excellent room divider, double depth shelving, light coming through from both sides during the day, and illuminable at night.
the second set of photos show built in storage for a wine cellar/ utility room.
|First stage completed.|
|The unit is completed when painted white and becomes reflective and bright.|
|The unit is perfectly nested between the two structural oak uprights.|
|In another room in the house, wardrobe space was created with the routed lines relating to the style of the interior doors.|
|A view of the open shelving|
|A wine storage perfectly sited in an alcove. |
The unit with features an integrated led strip lights that run through the tops of each cell.