Whether it’s one internal door or a complete set for the entire home, you can rest assured that we have the knowledge and expertise to provide you with a door that will stand the test of time. We have worked on a variety of different property types from new builds through to listed buildings, and so we understand the importance of providing an internal door that suits and works for the property.
Our extensive experience in interior joinery has earnt us a great reputation locally for listening to our clients needs and providing high quality bespoke joinery which stands the test of time. We have worked with a number of clients on a repeat basis, starting with a one off cabinet to later working with them on full room fit-outs. We work closely with you to identify your requirements for your space and have the facility to provide you with 3D visuals of your cabinetry.
We were commissioned by local restoration builders to supply the joinery for this exceptional historic Church. We worked in line with the architect and the English Heritage to ensure our joinery met with their requirements, on such a protected building.
The joinery we manufactured included a children’s area and a number of heater units, display units, bookcases, storage cupboards, internal doors and panelling. We also supplied an impressive large porch screen, a mobile storage unit, a kitchenette, the main entrance porch and the fitting for the shop area.
We completed the joinery for this stunning residential dwelling in Groton, Suffolk. We supplied a vast amount of joinery for this project as shown in the photographs – the extensive list included the kitchen, walk in larder, utility/boot room, eaves storage, window seat, staircase and entrance.
Working alongside a local builders firm, we recently completed the joinery for this stunning residential dwelling in Little Canfield, Essex. We supplied the windows, external doors and screens for the property. All joinery was made using softwood, with Sapele sills and was finished with a coat of Sadolin stain.
We were commissioned by local restoration builders to supply the joinery for this exceptional house in Denston, Suffolk. We worked alongside the architect and the contractor to ensure our joinery met with their requirements and overall time frame. We supplied several aspects of joinery at the property, including an external staircase, an internal staircase and several internal doors.
Over the years we have produced a variety of different joinery products for this client. They fully renovated this particular property and we were very pleased to supply and fit the property with a kitchen, a separate drinks area, a number of internal and external Oak doors, Oak frames, custom made book shelving, a media unit etc.
With the kitchen, we helped the client design the layout, supplied and fitted the entire kitchen and worktops and lastly, sourced all the client’s chosen appliances.
Externally we had the pleasure of replacing the rotten barge boards of the property. They have an intricate design which needed a lot of care and attention to reproduce but we think they finish the property off beautifully.
Client’s Testimonial: “A fantastic local company – we were looking for local craftsmen of the highest calibre who we could trust. Scott, Craig and the team exceeded our expectations on all fronts – from the handmade kitchen, bookcases, textile studio to the intricate carved work on the roof fascias,we can’t praise them enough! A great team to work with – nothing was too much trouble”
We have produced a wide variety of bespoke timber buildings for both residential and commercial clients and also some every unusual structures for Period Properties.
One particular project that we worked on was a porch for a new build property. Our client asked us to manage the whole project beginning with the design – we started with providing them with a scale drawing and worked together to ensure he was happy with the initial design. We then produced a full size drawing to finalise the precise decorative details before we started constructing.
Quite often, a client will be looking to bring an old property back to its former glory, constructing certain structures as they once were using traditional methods. We were lucky to be asked to replicate a Roof Light. We worked closely with our client to ensure that it was designed to their exact specification and breathed a sigh of relief when it was lifted into place.
Possibly our most unique project thus far has been the design and construction of a high quantity of micro herb planters for a well known restaurant in London. Our client was keen to maximise their growth in their polytunnels by lifting the trays of the floor so that they could fit a watering system beneath.
We have also designed and built a Green Oak truss for a client in Blakeney, Norfolk. Whilst the building was of a contemporary style, our client was keen to incorporate a character feel to the property.
We were very pleased to have been asked to complete a number of small projects on this gorgeous property by the owner.
The owner of this property wanted an area that would please the eye and be functional when they entertain. When combining our expertise and their wants and needs, we were able to make this wonderful ergonomic built in unit. There are three sections to the unit, to the left houses the TV, centre stage is the glassware display and to the right we have the after dinner drinks, complete with fridge drawers. To complete this unit was an absolute pleasure. We were asked to compliment the opposite side of the room with matching fitted book shelves, and with the correct lighting it really did make this an amazing feature to the room.
We were also asked to add more storage to the client’s playroom and master bedroom. In the master bedroom we were able to build this built in wardrobe and drawers, adding a lot of storage space to this room, yet keeping it crisp, clean and ultra-contemporary with the push release doors.
In the Cloakroom we added a lovely vanity table and cupboard making it practical yet spacious.