What makes a handcrafted kitchen?

Raw Materials

The quality of a kitchen is heavily influenced by the raw materials used in its construction. We use only the finest quality Oak from sustainable sources. We do not use MFC in the manufacture of our carcasses.



Our doors are 25mm thick not the usual 18mm. The increased thickness helps prevent the doors from warping. Our drawer boxes are 18mm solid oak and dovetailed front and back.



Often problems experienced with kitchens result from poor quality hardware – hinges, latches or runners. We use the best quality hardware including 100% metal runners so you can avoid irritating repairs that can happen with cheaper alternatives.



Next to the quality of the raw material the quality of construction is crucial. All our kitchen cabinets are handmade from beginning to end by craftsmen in England. We do not use pre-built carcasses. We use dovetail and mortise and tenon joints to produce exquisite cabinets that are truly bespoke to your requirements.


Before leaving the workshop all our kitchen cabinets are subjected to a rigorous quality control and finishing process. The interiors are checked to ensure a smooth finish. The cabinets are delivered in a raw state directly from the workshop ready to be hand painted following installation. The side panels of our top drawer boxes are hand engraved with our unique stamp providing a reassurance of the quality kitchen you have chosen.