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Outside of these hours, you can leave a message (shop tel: 01223 264666) or you can email email@example.com with your requirements.
We are processing orders contactlesly and emailing invoices. Customers are then paying via direct BACS transfer. If emailing besides your requirements, can you include your full name, contact number and address. You can also ring the shop with debit/credit cards details and we securely process payments. At the moment, we are leaving orders outside the shop for customer collection.
We can also post paint sample pots directly to you.
We are still figuring this thing out, stay safe and well everyone, kind regards
This cabinet has the American name, “jelly cabinet”; this style was used to store all your home canned or jarred, produce and jellies. You might use it for shoes, equipment, games & toys, food… sometimes the cut away attractive vent holes, as will be illustrated in a later post. Colour is http://providenceuk.com/products/just-white/, so called because it features solely the colourant…..white. As opposed to “brilliant white” which in reality has some blue in it.
Dimensions as follows:
Height 100cm x Width 100cm x Depth 45cm.
Here’s a close up of the “beading” detail.
It’s been fitted with steel “rounded top” cupboard knobs available from our shop.
Inside are 2 x adjustable shelves ( + the floor) with an average opening per shelf of about 27cm.
“Big Yella cupboard” is in Providence Paint colour, Jackson’s Yellow. We had been finishing many cabinets in ubiquitous shades of grey & longed for colour. It was designed to encompass a small food prep area with plenty of storage & the capacity to shut it all away.
The dimensions: Height 200cm x Width 180cm x Depth 60cm
Note all dimensions are taken at the widest and tallest points. The internal shelves are mostly adjustable meaning that you easily fit everything from wicker baskets to cereal boxes there.
The doors are double acting and hinge onto themselves. They fold out of the way without getting in the way. Drill a hole for a plug & you can hide away a kettle in here.
The surface and the shelves has been bleached and oiled and treated with white oil, to give them a scrubbed pine look. An Oak surface & painted interior shelves could be specified if required too. Dungarees: #carharrt #workinprogress
This cupboard can be viewed at our shop.
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This sideboard is painted in Providence Paint, Payne’s Grey.. It was made to go under a very large TV screen @ 1.8m long x 45cm h x 45cm deep & now resides in a small village in Surrey where a lot of Premiership footballers live, kept company by another dresser that we made many years ago serving as a drinks cabinet.
It has Shaker cupboard knobs that match the oak top. The doors hide away a Wii, Xbox, Skybox, DVD player & sundry other hi-tech and wiring that nobody wants to look at.
The oak surface has been oiled with Treatex hard wax oil that will stand the test of time. Even if it were scratched, it is very easy to sand & refinish the offending area rather than the whole surface.