Hamlet Gardens in London W6 are red brick Victorian mansions of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments based within the Westcroft Square conservation area.
During Medieval times the greater part of the conservation area was open fields and the area was known as Westcroft Field. The land belonged to the Manor of Palingswick, which dates back to the 13th century.
All of the apartments have recently been refurbished by M&M Contractors who were working on the project and contacted C.A.T. for stair rods and door thresholds for the refurbishment.
First impressions are vital, and C.A.T. stair rods were chosen and installed into the communal areas of the building - the gateway to these prestigious apartments.
After discussion and sample selection M&M Contractors installed 148 stair rods in a Satin Chrome finish for a superb and contemporary effect.
Stair rods were produced from 12.5mm solid brass round rods. They were cut down to the overall size provided, and then hand lathed to produce the acorn finials prior to polishing and chrome finishing.
Feline A/10 profiles in Designer Home Collection Brushed Stainless was chosen for the door transitions into these luxury residences to complement the interior design.