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Tucked away in the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside is the Alswick Hall Estate. Cherie Lee Interiors have recently opened their new studio/showroom in a Grade II listed, thatched roof barn located on the Estate.
The new space has been designed with the feel of an open plan apartment, so that clients can view some of the designer’s most popular materials and concepts in an ‘at home’ setting. The large area has been cleverly divided into a number of separate spaces.
A superb Clement steel door screen acts as a partition between the kitchen and storage area. The elegant white steel frames look superb against the exposed brickwork. Reeded glass was chosen to provide both a contemporary look, but also to create privacy between the rooms.
Cherie Lee said: “Clement windows have been our preferred supplier of steel frame windows and doors for some time and so we were thrilled to be able to showcase their W20 doors in our studio. Many of our clients like the concept of steel and glass partitions and doors for their home and it has proved really useful to have an example that they can see first-hand. We deliberately selected a softer colour than the widely used grey and black to inspire and open clients’ minds to an alternative colour suggestion. Clement were able to accommodate our request for a reeded glass finish. This assists us from a practical perspective in that it diffuses the view into our storage area, but adds a textural element to the screen too.”
Site: Cherie Lee Interiors Showroom, Alswick Hall, Buntington, Hertfordshire SG9 0AA
Client: Cherie Lee Interiors
Specification: Clement W20 range of steel doors and screens
Colour: RAL 9010 (Pure White) matt
Clement bespoke W20 steel doors and screens are manufactured from hot rolled steel window and door profiles generally in compliance with BS 6510 Revision 10 Nov 2020 which are produced from 98% recycled steel source material. Hot dip zinc galvanised to EN ISO BS:1461 and with a polyester powder coat paint finish to BS:6497 2005 EN 13438 2018.
Photography supplied by Cherie Lee Interiors and taken by Ray Main www.raymain.co.uk