The interior designer’s choice of her own material looks splendid in this room, with the soft looking brushed steel and curved dip. The client specified square uprights to give a slight modern edge to the design. (By kind permission of Sophie Head Interiors).
One of our most popular designs, this contemporary style suits almost any room. (By kind permission of Jane Churchill).
This is a curved dip fender that matches the oval brass mirror above. (By kind permission of The Jockey Club).
This fender has ferrules on the uprights and deep buttoned seats. The curved mahogany base was used as there was no hearthstone to go around. (By kind permission of Joanna Trading Ltd).
The hand bronzed brass finish really goes well with the marble. The base is our stepped profile, and there are cutouts in the seats.
This stunning fender has deep buttoned seats, groups of three uprights, central twists on the uprights and the large formed base. (By kind permission of Emma Benyon Designs).
This fender has been fitted with an oak base to increase the height of the base. The client preferred to have the seats without studs.
Fitting around this inglenook perfectly, this low dual base fender has a contrast of brushed steel base and uprights with brass collars.
(By kind permission of Emma Benyon Designs).
This curved dip fender was designed so that the wood burner’s door can open easily over the dip. The hand bronzed metalwork and oak stain match the room excellently.
Using the convex base, the hearthstone is hidden as it was about 75mm high. The material, chosen by the customer, has no mitre in it and has seat guards to protect the material from the fire.
Shown here with the square base, this curved dip fender compliments the arched fireplace opening. The customer’s fabric is protected by seat guards in matching black.
A very traditional fender in polished brass with alternate central twists on the uprights. The seat guard is included in the price.
This rounded style fender has the square base and groups of three uprights under the bar.
Our satin black finish goes very well with our stock ox blood leather seats.
This very wide fireplace required a very large fender and subsequently large seats. It has brass collars as well, in keeping with the tradition of the room’s design.
This elliptical dip club fender has ferrules on the corners, ends and 'between the curve’ uprights to add a little extra detail.
The brass on this fender has been stove lacquered to prevent the brass from oxidising and so does not require polishing.
This special design of club fender can only be made with the square base (brass), painted or in wood.
This club fender has alternate rope twists. (special design) and the stepped base.
Polished steel can add a more contemporary twist to a fender.
This larger brass club fender matches the other polished brass in the room perfectly. It has a deep buttoned seat.
The mahogany base, with brass inlay and corner guards, match the picture frames. The square dip suits the fireplace.
The stock parchment leather goes very well in this room, as does the painted gunmetal finish.
The brass collars on this fender were added to compliment the existing brass in the room, whereas the brushed steel goes well with the steel fire grate (behind the flowers).
Acres Farm Club Fenders, Acres Farm, Hungerford Lane, Bradfield, Berkshire. RG7 6JH
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