Making things from clay is as old as time but, as with most things, making pottery in modern times requires quite a bit of kit!
When Laura asked Primrose for a proposal there were some critical things for us to consider. Obviously, plenty of natural light, which is essential for any craft work, but also some more practical requirements like a suitable power supply for the kiln and a beefy floor to sit it on! Then, for cleaning down, a Belfast sink with clay filter on the waste pipework was required to prevent clogging up the new drainage. The interior fit out was carried out to meets Laura’s needs so that shelf heights were adjustable (for storing pottery) and boards were durable and easy to handle.
At primrose we seek to understand the needs of our clients first and only then do we feel ready to submit detailed proposals. One may find many standard rooms look great on a website or in a showroom, but can they ever fully meet a client’s brief? We think our bespoke approach guarantees the room is suitable for its intended purpose while also ensuring our clients get an unrivalled personal service.