Sewing Cabinet – Oak
‘Patchwork’ – ref: 1810
This rectangular ‘Patchwork’ sewing cabinet has a complex structure that consists of a number of flush folding panels that have been incorporated into the top, front and right-hand side. This allows the cabinet to be extended for a larger working area. It has been designed to house a sewing machine that pulls forward on an in-built mechanism (not shown). A spring push then guides the sewing machine through the hatch in the top. The left-hand door of the cabinet opens to reveal five integral drawers, whilst the central section includes storage shelves.
The sewing cabinet is constructed from a patchwork of our own in-house Murano curved veneers made from oak and brown oak, with the surface pattern carefully aligning on each panel. Our Murano veneers have been developed and perfected in the workshop to produce wavy, straight, curved or radial effects in beautiful and contrasting timbers, that once oiled enhances the rich and unique characteristics of each chosen material. The sewing cabinet is further enhanced by inlaid fumed oak curved ‘strings’ that create flow across the surface and are suggestive of the fine cutting lines of a dressmaking pattern.
The sewing cabinet stands proudly on a dark fumed oak base with subtle chamfers running through to the feet
Design Alteration Examples/Options
You may want to tailor the design to suit your specific requirements. We have a can-do attitude so why not get in touch with Edward to discuss your options.
- In-built power and cable management
- Different plan view shape
- Lockable drawers
- More or fewer drawers
- Drawer compartments
129cm – extending to 194cm (w) x 78cm (h) x 65cm – extending to 130cm (d)
Shown in oak, brown oak and fumed oak with an oiled finish.
Edward believes the following materials would work well with this design, however, there are many other options available.
Ash and olive ash, dark fumed oak and medium fumed oak, sycamore and maple combinations:
Limited Edition – 3
Lead Time – Lead time varies according to the workshop schedule
Design Time – If you would like to tailor the design please allow 1 – 2 weeks
Production Time – Project takes 8 – 16 weeks to manufacture in our workshop
Guide Price – £35,600