This divine headboard was designed by Carolyn Trevor of leading London architects Trevor Lahiff to match the lacquered bedside cabinets created by the master craftsman Philip Hawkins.
It was originally for a child's bedroom but we think the set would make a perfect arrangement for an adult bedroom too - heaven for a spare room in particular.
The white bedside cabinet has a mirror at the top with toughened glass above it and glass handles. Any colour can be created in this design. Each bedside cabinet costs £2,800 as seen.
Please contact us for details on the headboard. Any size can be made from single to King.
Absolutely lovely bedside cabinet and matching headboard that was designed for a child's bedroom in London but we feel it is so exquisite it could make a perfect adult's bedroom arrangement too.
With its fresh white finish, it would be perfect in a guest bedroom or in a holiday house in an exotic country. But any colour combination can be created as it is all bespoke and made to order.
The curves on the headboard compliment the circulate bedside table beautifully and give a lovely definition to a wall. Not much else would be needed to make a room look seriously special - perhaps with one of Louise Greenfield's Target wall mounts or a wall hanging, as we have in our spare bedroom with a very similar style bedhead.
Traditionally upholstered headboard covered in any fabric of your choice - in this case white faux leather for a child's bedroom - available in single, double and King. Fitting is with split battens so the headboard can be easily hung direct to a wall.
Bedside cabinet created from laminated timber sprayed with a high gloss lacquer.
The castors are lockable to keep the cabinets secure.
Please contact us for further information.
Philip Hawkins trained at The London College of Furniture between 1979 and 1983. His early career involved restoring furniture for top dealers in London.
Following a move out of London in 1987, the business was founded as a restoration workshop to some of the major names in antique English furniture.
Furniture restored by Philip has been exhibited at the Grosvenor House Antiques Fair in London and at the New York Antiques Fair. Collectors from around the world continue to seek his exceptional skill.
With his reputation for high quality work, the business has developed to produce bespoke furniture, with clients valuing the quality of work, expertise in finishing and timely delivery.
The workshop has been involved with local and international projects supplying new furniture, restoration and upholstery to clients for locations including the UK Supreme Court and the Justice’s Dining Room.
This divine headboard was designed by Carolyn Trevor of leading London architects Trevor Lahiff to match...