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Company Profile

Lawrence established his bespoke cabinetmaking & joinery business in 1980 and quickly specialised in oak and pitchpine kitchens made in a traditional manner.  All doors are constructed with mortice and tenon joints and hung in frames on "butt" hinges, and drawers are of solid wood.  The finished job being almost indestructible, even the carcase backs are 15mm thick!

Conventional laminate worktops are the most popular, but granite and stainless steel are materials which are rapidly gathering admirers.  Total or partial timber worktops provide a "softer" alternative which reflects the trend to enlarge the kitchen and use it as a living room.

Good quality imported chairs are offered to compliment the kitchen/diner; solid-seated Windsor reproductions in beech from 57 or solid oak rush-seated or upholstered diners from 120 ex works.  A turnery service is available, so beautifully matched tables can be provided of the size you want from 450.

These days in addition to kitchens, individually designed bedroom, bathroom and free-standing living-room furniture is offered in all new and reclaimed timbers.  Special joinery is also undertaken, e.g.. front and vestibule doors, solid hardwood flooring in many species (12 mm for "overlay" or 20mm for full job).

A "dresser" compliments a kitchen nicely, and we also offer work-stations, desks and media storage built to high standards for whichever room they are required.

Please do not hesitate to contact us whatever your carpentry enquiry, by post or e-mail (text Microsoft compatible, drawings AutoDesk Quick Cad compatible or scanned into JPEG format).  Or why not call at the showroom/works at Riverside, Carlisle, and see a very different product for yourself.  Smaller pieces are available for gifts "off the shelf".

Lawrence inspecting an Apothecary before despatch
   
 

 

 

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Last modified: July 2009