Project In Malvern:
Traditional framed construction, 25mm thick doors fitted into Tulipwood frames secured with satin steel butt hinges, small piston dampens soften door closure. Internal finish Oak mfc. Drawer boxes made using Solid Ash timber with traditional hand-cut dovetailed construction. The running system Hettich Quardro fully extending extra deep boxes
Painted in Farrow & Ball, Skimming Stone.
They say that when buying a house, that some people just 'know' when they have found the right place for them.
But what happens when 'that' house happens to be an enormous former school, is falling down and needs
extensive renovation? Well, you need A Plan. From the outset, restoring what is now Elmslie House was
about more than wanting a family home. It was also about reclaiming a building of significant importance
to Malvern that had fallen into disrepair.
The house was renamed after its architect and first owner, E. W. Elmslie, who also built
The Imperial Hotel, now home to MSJ. To find the full History of this impressive building please visit
Mike has previously worked with this client on other properties, and was not only commissioned
to design and install the large kitchen in this house, but also create a working office with
fully fitted solid Oak bespoke furniture, Jewellers craft room, second floor kitchen/ utility room
and a large modern contemporary kitchen in the basement apartment.