We revamped this home office for one of our longstanding customer’s. Years of water damage had left the plaster work blown with hairline cracks covering the majority of the walls. We painted the walls and woodwork in Vert de terre by Farrow and Ball. The client was delighted with the finish as were we.
After Google unceremoniously removed our reviews in 2019, we have finally succeeded in having them all reinstated.
And, with a bit of time having passed, we’ve since picked up a couple more — with many thanks to Bob!
We were recently asked by a client, Goodman Derrick LLP, a law firm in the City of London, to redecorate its office suites, kitchens, toilets and reception area.
Our flexible approach was crucial to this work, which we carried out over two weekends — it also ensured that the office was fully cleaned after our final Sunday on-site, ready for the staff to return to work the following day.
Our contact at the firm, Mark Tappenden, commented, “Great job and very professional. Thank you for everything.”
As always, we used Benjamin Moore satin wood paint (in Chantilly Lace) and Dulux Trade vinyl matt in RAL 9010 for the walls.
These pictures are from our recent project at the 3812 Gallery on Ryder Street in St James’s, central London.
We were asked to patch and plaster after a lighting installation, and to pick out several walls for an upcoming exhibition.
It was a delight to work in this striking building.