Unused spaces newly discovered
With more and more people working from home, any hidden spot in your apartment can be turned into a cosy office space.
Creation of a balustrade from scratch and satisfying my inner geek by mounting the cross braces at the same angle as the ceiling inclination
Some apartments have it: that one detail you always wonder about. What’s the point? What’s it for? Can it be improved or just redesigned so there
is a use for it? Bespoke shelves and frame, cut to size and painted for this mirrored niche.
It started with an idea, developed into a discussion and finished as a drawing on paper. The result - a bespoke element to frame the fireplace: bookshelves, a storage area for wood and a cosy, illuminated reading corner.
When you really want to put THAT lamp in THAT spot it’s time to get creative. Clever solution: creation of a support beam for the light installation.
Part III of "Handybeards Hidden Spaces"
During the renovation/extension of this attic space we found this gable which would have been a shame not to use as a storage area.
The main attraction - bespoke doors that don't reveal the hideout behind.
After Harry Potter moved out, this room under the staircase was ready to become a storage space again.
Custom built chests that can be pulled out, separated or linked and offer lots of room for everything you want out of sight.
Lavatory conversion in a kids' room -
a transformation of something not in use into something useful