London, United Kingdom, December 21st 2012 – Property restoration is a serious business and renovators that are looking to get a truly authentic look and feel to their properties will typically go the extra mile to ensure that everything is just right. Victorian properties and other period properties have very distinctive features and these cannot often be reproduced using mass produced items. Carved wood panels and other hand carved furniture can help provide the period look that is being sought.
Hand carved furniture comes in a variety of shapes and sizes, and one of the great benefits that renovators find is using it, is that bespoke pieces of furniture can be created exactly as they are required. Designers can typically work from paintings, drawings, or other designs and pictures and they can modify the designs in order to ensure that the finished item is exactly what the renovator is looking for; something that is not usually possible with machine carving processes.
Hand carved wood panels can be created in virtually any style or design. From baroque to gothic, Tudor to Georgian, designers can create any style in a variety of pieces of furniture. Hand carved wood panels are especially useful for decorating walls and ceilings and these can be created to replace a single, existing but worn panel or to create an entirely new wall design. It is also possible to have small appliqués or details, like roses or other designs carved in the same sympathetic way.
AgrellCarving.co.uk has been providing a range of hand carved furniture and carved wood panels since 1978 and continue to use the same traditional methods of carving as were first introduced by founder and master carver Ian Agrell.
Agrell Architectural Carving Ltd
5 Oaklands, The Street
Mersham, Nr Ashfield
Kent, United Kingdom
Zip: TN25 6NE
Tel: 01233 500252