Preserve a piece of history
Keep history and the beauty of wood alive
We are specialists in panelling for period and listed buildings and have worked with priceless original panelling in some of the most impressive buildings in England.
Your home’s panelling provides a rare and accurate glimpse into the past and it is important to ensure this valuable and individual characteristic is preserved correctly.
Vincent’s client base is a testimony to his expertise as a leading conservator-restorer specialising in the sympathetic restoration of period panelling.
Vincent’s ability to provide a bespoke design and installation service means that your panelling can be reinstated where it has damaged or removed entirely.
The experience of his team ensures that all original designs and intricate details are replicated or replaced as closely as possible – even if you fear it’s damaged beyond repair.
“Having carried out a full assessment and guided you through the options, we will liaise with your listed buildings officer or representatives from Historic England on your behalf to balance conservation with the needs of the space to live in and enjoy”
If no original panelling is present we can provide 360° CAD drawings allowing you to see exactly how the panelling will look within a virtual model of your own room.
Take a tour around the King's Drawing Room whilst Vincent and his team restore the wood panelling.MORE >
Watch us take down the largest panel in the King's Drawing Room and see the past repairs that have been made.MORE >
Go behind the scenes with Vincent as he gives a tour of The Kings Drawing Room.MORE >
Watch Vincent explain how one of our protection airlocks works. Created to stop any dust from our restoration...MORE >
Tudor, Elizabethan and Jacobean panelling The Tudor period can be seen as a turning point in British domestic...MORE >
Over the past seven weeks we have been conserving and repairing the panelling on the east elevation of...MORE >
A Brief History The King’s Drawing Room is part of the King’s State Apartments, commissioned by King George...MORE >
Before anything else the oak flooring in the King’s Drawing Room had to be protected, resulting in the...MORE >