As a family run business we are proud to take responsibility, offering ownership to what we do, and give that personal service to all our clients. Tonight on BBC three at 9pm watch Hidden Histories – Britain’s Oldest Family Business’s.
Supporting British industry and keeping old traditional manufacturing crafts going for future generations are slowly becoming things of the past.
Our shopping behaviour has changed, it’s not about enjoyment, satisfaction, quality or choices anymore but about bargains, a quick immediate purchase and having what everyone else has.
We are becoming a nation that is making huge corporate companies richer; we encourage their cut throat approach and the government allows them to suffocate smaller business by allowing them to take over and branch out to all services.
We no longer cherish our heritage, look after our forgotten industry’s and are not getting the satisfaction for buying quality over mass produced produce, which is quite often sourced from overseas.
It’s evident that we like the idea of supporting local British industry, we like the idea that English heritage is striving and exists but the reality is we are forgetting to support and consider smaller companies that are striving to carry on regardless.

Here’s a unique interesting piece of furniture we made from hand selected solid Pippy Oak with a Danish oiled finish.

It’s a bookcase with a difference, featuring 2 drawers, irregular spaces for books / ornaments and mortised & tennon bar detail on the sides.

Here we made some fitted bespoke under stair pull out cabinets with internal shoe racks and coat hangers. Its handmade from Prime Oak with a clear lacquered finish.

The pull out cabinets enables easy access to internal storage and is very practical for utilising space.

Would a home office be something you would like to have, but you have not got a spare room to allocate.

Well how about making better use of the space under your stairs.

Here is a fitted home office we have made for one of our clients.

We used solid European Prime Oak with a Danish oiled finish. The style the client chose was Shaker; featuring a typical square panel on doors and deep drawers and bespoke oak handles.