Art Nouveau style panels

Another commission we completed back in December was this frontage consisting of two door panels and a sidelight for a house in Princes Risborough. We kept to a fairly traditional design for the door in an Art Nouveau style. For the sidelight we decided to go for a more free-flowing design that would tie in nicely with the door whilst also being a little different (something to add a personal touch).Sparrow 1 blog Sparrow 2 blog Sparrow 3 blog Sparrow blog

Kingfisher Panels

As things have quietened down slightly I just thought I’d take this opportunity to post some photos of a couple of projects we did around Christmas time. First was this river scene we did for a couple in Addlestone. They were very keen to incorporate a kingfisher into the design. We also added some river flowers to give an authentic look to the scene. The aim was to create colourful panels that would both complement the turn of the century house whilst also having a slightly contemporary feel.Jess kingfisher detail blogJess flower detail blogJess door 2 blogJess bookmark detail blog

Restoration of Our Lady of the Rosary Windows, Staines

It’s been a very busy few months with lots of projects on the go. Here are a few pictures of the Our Lady of the Rosary windows which we recently completed. Two of the panels were very badly bowed with several broken pieces, five of which required re-painting. We carefully matched all broken pieces of glass and re-leaded some areas so that the panels flattened nicely. All the panels were carefully cleaned and polished back to their former glory.Our Lady blog 1 Our Lady blog 2 Our Lady blog 3 Our Lady blog 4 Our Lady fitting blog