The fabric display unit has been assembled and a further matte grey spray paint has been applied. The display unit has a grey PU faux leather top. The oak edging has been carefully waterstained and clear matte lacquered to match the existing decor of the showroom.
Note the top has protection
The client has chosen the colour for the Display units. As the units will be assembled we are completing ‘flat packed’.
They are being basecoated and two top coats of Matte grey lacquer. These have been contracted by Bakers of Danbury Ltd.
These pics show the depth of natural colour, using a french polish can achieve.
The Restaurant area with restored antique oak parquet
Final oak parquet finish will have anti slip lacquer applied, to this stunning wood floor
While the Ground floor restaurant parquet was being fitted. The main entrance matwell has been designed in an oval with straight sides. This being carefully marked out & cut by Barfords.
The finished result is quite stunning, with the oak parquet finished with french polish & matte anti slip lacquer
The Barbican Stage wood floor is being carefully sanded with dust free sanding via the cyclonic extractor. The whiteness of the maple now being exposed is the true colour of the stage.
The Barbican Stage is being prepared, Gareth is removing the heavy maple edges, While Alan P. is checking the gaps as the rear of the stage lifts in sections. In the foreground is the main floor sanding machine and dust extraction unit
With all the prop work completed. We still protect the listed paneling, also the front seating. The Barbican Theatre Maple Stage is now being carefully dust-free sanded. The difference is amazing, – even at this early stage!
Barfords can spray finish almost anything!! this includes new and existing items, from Kitchens to offices and retailers.
This kitchen unit is receiving its final beautiful paint coat. Once dry the protection will be very carefully removed, transforming the kitchen with a brand new look – and the savings £££££ are truly significant.