Tudor Manor House Project

Dressing Room

The principal dressing room at the Tudor Manor House project features a mix of open and closed storage with Portobello oak used throughout bringing warmth and character to the design.

Project Specification


Cabinetry design



Fielding knobs

Hardware Finish

Aged brass

Cabinetry interior

Portobello oak

Paint Finishes

Dressing room cabinetry


A made-to-measure home

Other rooms in this project

The restoration of this historic Grade I listed Tudor manor house was the project of a lifetime for our clients who wanted to create a huge open plan kitchen and dining area which was the start of the project.

We also designed, manufactured and installed cabinetry for other rooms including the walk in pantry, study, master bathroom and dressing rooms. For us, this project is the epitome of the classic English country house design.





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The guiding principles of simplicity, symmetry, proportion and restraint in design ensure that each finished Humphrey Munson project reflects the individuality and sensibility of the clients and their original design intention. 

In the two decades plus since its founding, Humphrey Munson has created cabinetry for some of the most preeminent residential homes across the UK and the world.

Celebrated for the timeless appeal of classical English design, Humphrey Munson has become synonymous with the finest cabinetmaking for the home.

Why Humphrey Munson

We’re proud to design and manufacture all our kitchens at our workshop in Felsted where the traditional joinery of the past meets the technical innovation of the present. We employ only the finest cabinetmakers whose passion for their craft is proudly displayed in each beautiful handmade kitchen. As well as kitchens, we also design, manufacture and install cabinetry throughout the rest of the home. In order to offer a truly bespoke kitchen design service, we provide a curated selection of accent woods, worktops and hardware along with our own paint range produced exclusively for Humphrey Munson by Mylands.