Batheaston Bespoke Furniture by Richard Gill & Sons
Established in 1955, this family business has become one of the UK’S leading specialists in handmade reproduction period furniture
Batheaston has become a name to trust and a sure sign that a piece of furniture has been made to last, with no compromises and unprecedented attention to detail. Miles and Sam Gill are a father and son team, who right from the start of the process carefully select oak and ash trees from sustainable woodlands, checking that they make the grade. Then, using methods and techniques handed down through the generations, they begin to mould them into the heirlooms of the future.
The firm specialises in oak cabinets and extendable tables that can be made to measure to suit all tastes and fit specific spaces, designed with you and catered to your individual needs.
The backbone of the family business is the world-famous Windsor chair and its many variations. A timeless classic that brings an elegance all of its own, it is the finishing touch to any room in a period property.
Every beautiful piece is made to order, and customers can choose from the wide selection of colours and finishes, and even have newly made furniture colour matched to existing pieces.
Visit batheaston.co.uk to find the right piece of furniture for you, or call 01943 880622 for more information. You can also see ‘Batheaston Bespoke Furniture’ being made on Facebook.
Crafted from ash with a driftwood finish and carved with a stag’s head, Hunter’s side chairs cost from £394 each. Shown with the refectory trestle oak table, from £3,490, and bench, from £933
Above: Stickback Windsor chairs cost £394 each for a side chair and £523 for an armchair Below: Miles and Sam distress and sand an oak pedestal table