This high-end new build in Ascot called for extensive cornice throughout along with several bespoke features commissioned. The team at British Mouldings worked closely with a private client to refine the scope of the project and design plasterwork that was unique to the client’s space and personality.
The focal point of the project was a large mirrored Oculus that sat above the main entrance hall stairs. British Mouldings worked extensively with the client to come up with a design for an aperture moulding for the oculus to tastefully tie the modern oculus feature into the character of the property. The parts were manufactured bespoke at our workshop in Norfolk and installed onsite by our expert team. A large cornice curve was installed concentrically to the Oculus to finish off.
Traditional Georgian Cornice was installed throughout the project, over joinery and onto large marble surfaces in the bathrooms. To maintain continuity with the double-height ceiling of the main entrance our team crafted a scaled-down version of the large cornice from the entrance to be better suited to the rest of the house. This meant the cornice in the rest of the house wasn’t overbearing whilst still being visually parallel with the grandeur of the entrance hall.
Ceiling roses and bespoke staff beads were also supplied and installed on the project by our team.