Penny's Mill, Nunney, Frome, Somerset, BA11 4NP
Bill Davies designs bespoke, fitted and freestanding furniture to commission. The finest materials are sourced and each item is fitted with great care. Projects are mainly in London, but commissions are accepted worldwide - from one-off kitchens to fully-fitted apartments, in styles from traditional to ultra-modern. His design portfolio includes curved furniture, veneers, solid timbers and painted finishes: wardrobes, bookcases, TV/HI-FI units, bespoke beds.
Cox & Cox Mailorder Marshall Way, Commerce Park, Frome, Somerset
Cox & Cox was established in 2001 to offer an alternative to standard mail order catalogues. The range is inspired by childhood memories combined with a fresh contemporary look. All their products are both beautiful and practical with raw oak chairs and stools industrial tables zinc topped consoles vegetable racks and wirework storage all included in their kitchen furniture range.
Cotes Mill, Nottingham Road, Cotes, Loughborough, , LE12 5TL
2 Tysoe Street, Clerkenwell, London, , EC1R 4RQ
0203 8375 900
Classic English Kitchens by deVOL is a range of bespoke, traditional, Georgian kitchen furniture handmade in the same way for nearly 25 years. Everything is made to measure in Leicestershire workshops, with kitchen designers on hand to help you choose from an extensive selection of sink cabinets, islands, pantries, butchers blocks, dressers, servers and pot cupboards - all custom made to fit your exacting personal needs and room specifications, with carefully chosen accessories and finishes for a truly bespoke kitchen.
Berwick Hill, Berwick St Leonard, Salisbury, Wiltshire, BA12 9HT
Guild Anderson make fitted and stand-alone furniture, specialising in bespoke kitchens that are a pleasure to work, live and cook in. Each commission is individual: there are no standard units, styles or sizes, offering complete flexibility on design and materials. Their work covers kitchens, laundries, boot-rooms, dressing rooms, studies and home cinemas and includes smaller projects to more complex and substantial house renovations.
The Joinery Works, Gransmore Green, Felsted, Essex CM6 3LB
13 Holywell Hill, St. Albans, Hertfordshire AL3 4RT
Humphrey Munson use traditional joinery techniques to manufacture handmade cabinetry at their workshop in Felsted, Essex for kitchens and other rooms in the home. Sustainability and future-proofing are at the heart of every Humphrey Munson project with residential clients across the UK and overseas. The H|M brand reflects the perfect balance of heritage and innovation in creating spaces that bring a fresh, clean look to classic English cabinetry design. As a design-led kitchen company, their showrooms in Felsted, Essex and St. Albans, Hertfordshire are destination experiences with fully functioning kitchens and pantries, utility/laundry rooms and boot room spaces for clients to explore.
Head Office Grove Technology Park, Downsview Road, Wantage, Oxfordshire, OX12 9FA
John Lewis of Hungerford created the first painted kitchen cabinetry in the UK back in 1972. 47 years later they are still supplying beautiful, handcrafted cabinets for the kitchen and free-standing furniture. One of the few British manufacturers in this sector, the design team have developed and distilled their product range into a select group of contemporary, classic and traditional options. With 13 showrooms predominantly around London and the South, they have four signature styles in their portfolio. Designed in a personal, customised and unique way, no two designs are the same. The end result is a stunning installation which enhances the value of the property.
Hangar 4, Blenheim Way, West Raynham Business Park, Fakenham, Norfolk, NR21 7PL
Everything is made to measure in the North Norfolk workshop. Having decades of experience working with timber, Naked Kitchens is proud to use the strongest most durable materials to construct their kitchens. Computer precision meets natural elegance in their cabinetry. Naked Kitchen cabinets offer the best of both worlds; incredibly robust construction, whilst still retaining the unique charm and individual character of the timber used to make it.