Chapter House - St Paul's Cathedral

This listed building required the two Chapter Rooms discoloured wall panelling, to be carefully removed back to bare oak and re-finished to give a natural lustre. We then carefully fitted the new oak flooring, coloured by using a traditional stain using charcoled walnut shells! All to the clients approval. Main contractor – Bakers of Danbury Ltd

The Existing Oak panelling colour

The initial colour samples showing the range of finishes that can be achieved

Another view of existing oak colour with oak flooring removed

Using Ecological paint stripper the existing finish was carefully removed
The oak panelling is not being damaged.
Attention to detail Its all in the preperation!

Carefully removing the existing finish

Door area – stripping completed

Oak panelling with existing finish removed to bare oak

Closer view of Oak panelling stripped back

Oak floor being fitted over new joists and insulation

Almost there with the oak floor

The oak floor is now fitted and the panelling new finish almost completed

Chapter House completed

Chapter House, St Paul’s Cathedral

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