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The tools of our trade
Guy leads our workshop team, who still use some of the same hand tools they picked up the day they started. Some things really do get better with age.
Within your overall kitchen concept, we’ll use specialist materials in specific locations, such as breadboard ends next to an AGA to prevent warping, cracking, overheating or other damage.
The craftsman’s practised eye, skilled hand, lifetime’s experience and relentless attention to detail is plain to see in our bespoke solid wooden kitchens.
Built to last
We use traditional dovetail joints in box constructions such as drawers to ensure strength and trueness. Cutting these joints by hand takes real skill and experience.
The best-laid plans
We use modern CAD drawings to produce our plans, created by the craftsmen themselves. Using our personal knowledge and understanding of materials and techniques we can accurately plan your kitchen so you know what to expect.
Power and precision
Our precision equipment and skilled machinists allow us to make all the different pieces for your kitchen to extremely fine tolerances, with absolute consistency.
Shaping your world
A bespoke kitchen is made to fit the space, not the other way round. That often calls for some intricate cutting and imaginative problem-solving by our craftsmen and fitters.
Made to measure
We have the skills and tools to make whatever you need – and since you’re not restricted to a manufacturer’s specifications, feel free to set us a challenge: we’re always up for it.
The perfect finish
This is your kitchen, and you’re welcome to get involved. Some clients get hands-on and spend time with us in the workshop, liming their own cupboard doors with us to achieve the exact shade and finish they want!