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This waterside kitchen with marvellous views of the idyllic Chichester harbour was made from maple with oak interiors.

When painting your dog it can be difficult to know where to start. Thankfully we had the award winning artist Trudy Redfern in to teach our bunch of aspiring artists and animal lovers how to capture their dogs individual personalities on canvas.



“You are such a lovely person Trudy and the day was so calming and fun, thank you.”






After a beautiful walk along the Trundle with breathtaking views across West Sussex, we took our rested models back to The Valdoe Studios to begin the masterclass. A home cooked lunch ensued followed by a successful afternoon of art. The class was such a hit we are already planning the next date, so if you missed the last one and would like to get involved please contact info@timjasper.co.uk


Painting your dog












This industrial chic kitchen in an 18th century townhouse features hand painted cabinets with pewter and limed oak surfaces. The island incorporates a small sink for preparing vegetables and the pewter shelves are illuminated with LED lighting. Note the curved china cabinet.

Because each cabinet is individually designed and made, we will find effective solutions for awkward corners, and where space is limited we will use every inch available. We will design a kitchen that has everything to hand, just where you need it. We will ensure that the surfaces are at the height to suit you, and design ingenious storage systems to reduce the risk of back strain.

Things are all go with the installation of a beautiful duck egg blue, painted kitchen.

painted kitchen












A double butler sink fits in perfectly with the fresh, country style design. Watch his space for more updates to see how this kitchen comes together.















  • “You have finished the kitchen and it has become such a wonderful room! Thank you for all the advice and thoughts you have put into it, we absolutely love it!”

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