Kensington Palace

Wood Restoration Consultant UK Water Timber Fire Damage Specialist Historical woodwork restored and preserved worldwide

Keeping History Authentic and Alive

When you work with your head firmly in the past and your nose only inches away from the well-turned leg you are repairing; or a section of 300 year old panelling...


Removing a panel at Kensington Palace

Witness the removal of these ginormous panels and see how they look from behind.


Wrapping up at Kensington palace

Latest News: Wrapping up at Kensington Palace

Over the past seven weeks we have been conserving and repairing the panelling on the east elevation of...


Princess Victoria

Insight: Princess Victoria at Kensington Palace

Born Alexandrina Victoria on the 24th May 1819 at Kensington Palace, Victoria was christened privately by the Archbishop...


Panelling in the Kings drawing room

Latest News: Restoring the Panelling in the King’s Drawing Room

A Brief History The King’s Drawing Room is part of the King’s State Apartments, commissioned by King George...


Protecting the Kings drawing room

Latest News: Protecting the King’s Drawing Room

Before anything else the oak flooring in the King’s Drawing Room had to be protected, resulting in the...


The wild boy of Hanover

Insight: Introducing Peter the Wild Boy of Hanover

Peter the Wild Boy featured in William Kent's' vivid recreation of George I’s court painted on the walls of The King's Staircase at Kensington Palace.


The First Hanoverian

Insight: King George I – the first Hanoverian

George I is the king responsible for refurbishing the Palace to its current standards, which included the introduction of the Cupola Room and the King’s Drawing Room.


Kensington palace commission

Latest News: Kensington Palace Commission

I am delighted that Kensington Palace has invited me to carry out renovations of the oak panelling and flooring in the Cupola Room and the King’s Drawing Room.