I was out for a walk yesterday and came across some Irish Entrance Gates that we recently supplied to a customer. I thought they looked excellent and took a couple of pictures.
What I liked in particular about these entrance gates was that whilst they are stylish, substantial and obviously a quality product, they blend in with the countryside so well and are not pretentious in any way. They set the scene for the property without trying to overly impress (Quality, good taste)
I hope you also like these Georgian style entrance gates. They are called the Beaumont and you will find more details if you click on this link to our main website.
If you are looking for any help in finding the right gates for the style of your home, then perhaps we can help. Call us on 0044 (0) 2892699885
At Wilsons we have been supplying reclaimed wooden tables to restaurants, pubs, boutique and commercial projects for many years. Recent style such as industrial look, shabby chic and New York apartment styles are very much in vogue.
One of the key secrets to creating these interior design styles is that the materials being used must be old, worn and interesting.
At Wilsonsyard we produce our tables from old reclaimed woods and materials. Our skilled team of craftsmen understand the look, (which is so misunderstood by many) and finish to perfection i.e. not to rough and not to polished.
So if you are opening or re vamping a restaurant, pub, boutique and are looking for interesting tables, why not give us a call and we will design and produce some wonderful, special tables, made from reclaimed Eco friendly materials. Tables that will set your business aside from the rest.
Or perhaps you love these looks and would like to incorporate into your home or would like to simply buy the materials and make your own table. Well why not give us a call on UK 028 92699191, or 028 92692304 for a chat.
In addition we will have lots of interesting. quirky pieces to dress and define your project – why not check out our website
Images from previous projects www.hatchandsons.co and the www.thehenhouse.ie