As period interior experts, our talent lies in realising the full potential of fine period houses. We design bespoke furniture that suits the period of the house as well as the unique requirements of our client. This approach applies as much to a boot room as it would to any other room. It is how we make sure our furniture lasts a lifetime and beyond.
We handle projects with ease, whether it is restoring a very old building to better suit the needs of a modern family or considering a new back-of-house addition. Appreciating the importance that a boot room plays in family life and investing time in boot room design ideas t will pay off for many years to come.
In many homes, boot rooms act as the main back entrance to the house. A good boot room is a valve between the outside world of muck, mud and rain and the interior of a house. It should be a practical, functional room that everyone in the family uses.
You can learn How to design the perfect boot room in our Journal.
While boot rooms or mud rooms are hardly glamorous, they present a variety of interesting design challenges and, done well, add greatly to the “liveability” of country houses.
Artichoke’s design team obsesses over boot rooms. In fact, the entire domestic back end of country houses fascinates us.
Updating a period English house for your family whilst retaining the building’s architectural integrity requires a sensitive, multi-disciplined team, many of whom are listed building specialists.
We make bespoke fitted furniture and traditional joinery that makes wonderfully liveable, elegant rooms enhancing the life of a family, whilst adding to the architectural value of a house.
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Contact us to discuss your period home boot room design ideas via mail email@example.com or call us on 01934 745270. You can also explore some of our boot room projects below.