We recently designed and created these stunning hardwood patio doors in Chilham near Canterbury Kent.
The finished doors complemented the house perfectly, and we simply had to share the results.
Take a look at these images from a recent bespoke joinery installation in Sevenoaks in this instance the team designed and installed this stunning Hardwood door.
When replacing a door like this, it is essential to either recreate the original door or match the door with other local houses of a similar style.
However, this approach does not prevent us from ...Continue Reading →
Take a look at images from our latest project between Biddenden and Benenden near Tenterden Kent our, this beautiful conservatory fits seamlessly with its surroundings and will last for many years.
Accoya is the perfect solution when creating this type of building, this chemically engineered wood comes complete with a 50 year warranty. As a business Spittlywood Ltd is Kent’s official Accoya partner this enables us to provide our customers with the above mentioned guarantee.
This beautiful staircase is a subtle change from our usual works, the use of glass and painted hardwood make this modern staircase attractive and hard-wearing in equal measures.
Spittlywood produced this staircase in our Hamstreet workshop and installed in Kennington, Ashford.
We used MDF For the treads and the main body of the staircase this readily available and extremely ...Continue Reading →
We recently had the pleasure to design and build this beautiful fitted bedroom furniture in Chislehurst.
To create the carcasses of each unit the team used MDF this is due to MDF reacting incredibly well to the addition of paint.
To give a high end finish each of the units features hardwood surrounds and fronts along with hardwood panel beads.
Our customer was specifically ...Continue Reading →
These Accoya doors blend well with their surroundings, moreover our customers benefit from a 50 year warranty making Accoya the perfect choice for external joinery installations.
This superb chemically treated wood reacts well to paint and lacquer. In this instance our customer opted for a factory spray paint which gives the door an excellent finish along with an extra layer of protection.
A thermally insulated core will keep out even the coldest of winters along with enhanced noise and fire protection.
The door ...Continue Reading →
When planning joinery projects, the Spittlywood team will do all within our power to ensure your new installation fits seamlessly with its surroundings, after all the purpose of our work is to improve our customers homes original features.
As such we will work with a variety of woods and fitments to ensure your new windows are in keeping with your homes existing style, our considerable experience enables the Spittlywood team to recommend the correct wood and fixtures to create your perfect ...Continue Reading →
Considering a bespoke front door? Take a look at these images from a recent installation in Bromley, South London.
The Spittlywood team create bespoke wooden doors of all styles in a variety of woods.
In this example, we used the chemically treated wood Accoya, which is our first point of call when creating external installations, Accoya is a modified wood which performs particularly well when painted this along with the fact all Spittlywood Accoya installations come with a 50-year manufacturer backed ...Continue Reading →
Another traditional joinery project by the Spittlywood team this paticular installation is in Faversham Kent. As is becoming increasingly normal our team needed to adhere to the existing design as we seem to be working on more and more period properties.
Careful consideration needed to be used to ensure our design is as close as possible and practically indiscernible from the original.
However, as with many things in life, there is room for improvement. One such improvement in these particular windows was ...Continue Reading →
When replacing windows in an older home, it is essential and in some cases a legal requirement to maintain the looks of your property. This is particularly true when replacing windows or doors in a conservation listed building as the law states your replacement windows or doors will need to be a carbon copy of the original installation.
Over the years the way in which windows are created has changed significantly these ...Continue Reading →