DRESSERS & LARDERS

Our freestanding dressers and larders are beautifully made to order and they are painted throughout in any of our satin eggshell or antiqued & distressed finishes

 


THE DRESSER

The base cupboard element remains the same on all of our dresser bases, buffet tops, full dressers and larder cupboards. There are four widths for dressers with two or three doors on the base cupboard. The Dresser is available with or without drawers and a choice of four worktop options.

 

The Dresser

 

Croft Dresser & Beverston

The Croft Dresser, (shown below left)  combines the good looks of our full dresser plus deep, dovetail construction wooden drawers beneath the solid wooden work surface. The eye-level cupboards can have solid or glazed doors, with a bookshelf in-between. On the 850mm high work surface there is plenty of space for large bowls and the tongue groove & bead back boarding can be finished in an alternative colour if required.

Our Beverston, (shown below right) consists of bi-fold doors with internal shelving, a large working drawer and has been bought up to date with the bold paint finish and handle choices.

 

Beverston-Croft-dresser


Dresser Bases & Buffet Tops

Suitable for storing crockery, table linen and all those children’s board games, the simple Shaker in-frame Dresser Base is a useful addition to many rooms. Ideal for in a hallway the Artisan® in-frame Dresser Base with Buffet Top (shown below right) is perfect for everyday keys and bags storage as you come into your home.

 

John Lewis of Hungerford Dressers


Larder Cupboards

Offering substantial storage, larder cupboards are a great addition to a working kitchen. The pierced door feature allows for ventilation but is mostly just there to look attractive on the large doors. Shown below here in Shaker in-framedoor style without drawers.

 

John Lewis of Hungerford Dressers Larder


Glazed and Wired Door, Larder Cupboards

Offering substantial storage, larder cupboards are equally at home in the Utility Room or Laundry Room. Shown below here Shaker in-frame door style without drawers and maple worktops. 

John Lewis of Hungerford Dressers