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bespoke boot and utility rooms

Professional bespoke joiners offering quality craftsmanship

Deer Park Joinery understands how special an entrance room or boot room is between the interior and exterior of the house. It is a place for greeting guests and removing wet and dry coats, gloves, hats, boots, and shoes. Don’t forget the pets beds too. Many boot rooms also double up as utility rooms with airing rails for clothing.

How can you maximize your space if you only have a small boot or utility room?

There are many creative ways to maximize storage, like employing floor-to-ceiling cupboards and sturdy panelling (to hide a variety of items) and creating the illusion of space with carefully chosen cabinetry, wall, and ceiling colour schemes.

A room will appear more prominent with the use of natural light or imaginative lighting but hiring a professional joiner that is experienced in fitted boot room design is your best bet.

To make your designer’s job easier, create a wish list and share it with them at the start of the project. This way, we can work with you to make the most of every available centimetre.

Bespoke boot rooms

Useful & Effective

An outdoor boot room is a great way to keep muddy shoes and boots out of the house in the summer and store them in the winter, along with bulky winter clothing, hats, gloves, and umbrellas. In addition, your home will run more smoothly and clutter-free with the help of a properly designed and organized boot room! No matter what size you want your boot room, Deer Park Joinery offer professional advice and bespoke design solutions to meet your needs.

Great Use Of Space

When people mention boot rooms, we automatically think about expansive country estates or manor houses, complete with acres of land and numerous spare rooms for stockpiling equipment. However, with a bit of attention and careful preparation, even the smallest households can find some space for to store the most often used apparel, laundry appliances, and animal-related stuff.

Perfect For Animal lovers

whether they live indoors or out – and those who enjoy outdoor activities will appreciate the boot room's ability to provide a dedicated space for a variety of household tasks that are neither appropriate for completion outside nor appropriate for completion in the heart of the home.

Style Meets Functionality

A fitted boot room does not have to be ugly or out of place in your house. Although it has to be a functional area that can resist various conditions and punishments, there is still room for aesthetic appeal and comfort. A boot or utility room is supposed to perform a few essential purposes; yours will differ based on your own needs and circumstances,

Regardless of how it's referred to, the goal is to make the most of the available space, for example:

Bespoke utility rooms

Deer Park Joinery work with you to design a space that meets your family’s and your home’s specific requirements. For example, a typical utility room includes a large sink and tap with a rinse to assist with tougher cleaning tasks and plenty of storage.

To keep your home appliances and laundry out of the way of your open-plan living areas, consider adding a utility room to your home. A utility room will help keep your kitchen organized and clutter-free. While you’re doing laundry and drying clothes, you may also hide your ironing board and other home appliances behind the door.

As an addition to your kitchen that serves as a space for household tasks, your utility room should be both beautiful and functional. Designing your dream environment is something our design team takes as seriously as you do.

Utility room design points

Sink for practical use

There should be enough countertop space to wash pots and pans, hand wash clothing, and maybe even clean off the dirt from boots and pet bowls in a deep, strong sink.

Low maintenance countertop

It's essential to have a worktop in your utility room that can endure staining and cleaning chemicals like quartz, Silestone or granite because it's minimal maintenance.

Special utility area

It is not necessary to have a separate utility room. For example, a separate utility area in your kitchen is just as practical as it can be hidden inside a larder cabinet.

Laundry maidens

With a pull-down laundry maid, you'll always have clean clothes to hand. It also stores neatly away when not in use.

Appliances stacked one on top of the other

We can provide a custom utility storage solution that safely stacks your equipment for small spaces.

Colours

There are no constraints on the range of gorgeous, long-lasting paint colours you can choose.

Durable tiles

In the utility room, you'll need long-lasting floor tiles.

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Our experienced joiners will be happy to discuss your project, answer any questions you may have, and provide you with a free quote for your project.