How the process works

So you want a cabinet

It all starts with an idea. You're idea...

You need to know your sizes. That's the most important and first step to the process. With these sizes you can choose a relevant cabinet that meets your needs. It may be a small single cabinet to fill a particular hole, or a large dresser that will free-stand. Either way, the size is paramount.

Once you have found the relevant sized cabinet, you can choose the materials it will be made of, some other basic choices and these will give you a price that will be correct for the choices made.

If our prices meet your budget then let's do a little more to get your cabinet just the way you want it!

Make it your own

While the cabinet you have chosen may be exactly what you require in the size chosen, you may also want to add your own touches to it, have some space requirements - like prominent skirting boards or exposed pipework taken into account. You may also have an idea that is not covered by the cabinet design.

This is what the extra details drop down is for. You can add your extra requirements for the cabinet and upload a plan, picture of the space or something you feel is important to the design.

Things that our customers generally ask for are cut outs for plugs and pipes, split doors, design adjustments and contrasting tops.

Submit your order for us to check

For simple orders and ones that need only the size and materials choices that are available, then you can process your order with your card as any online order.

We recommend, however, that all cabinet orders, whether you have made a small change or requested extensive changes are processed as a 'get a quote' order at the checkout stage.

This will process your order without payment, but give us the details of your cabinet, together with the requested changes, shipping details and any other items that are pertinent.

Review, quote, fine tune & finally pay

Once we receive your order, whether it is fully paid or a 'get a quote', format we will review your cabinet and any other changes and prepare a design based on the details provided. We may suggest ideas for you based on our experience and submit all this to you for review within your own area on our bespoke online portal.

You may then request any changes required and ask for clarification on your design directly with your designer. Be aware that some changes will increase the price of your project, although our prices are very keen for the extensive service we provide.

Once you are happy with your design and we are sure that we have interpreted your request, it's time to accept the design.

We will now invoice you for payment within your portal.

It now moves to our workshop

Now your order is in our system for production, we will allocate your materials, fittings and workshop time. We do this by utilising our 'lean & discrete' manufacturing process. This will allow us to give the best and quickest manufacturing schedule for your project.

Our flexible process will allow us to make your order in the best possible time depending upon material, size, complexity and order date. This can be as little as 5 days for smaller, simple projects and as long as 8 weeks for the largest most complex order.

Manufactured to order

Every cabinet project is built to order. We do not keep any standard cabinets in stock.

We utilise a lean approach to our manufacture. This means we only bring in materials for your cabinet when it is due. While we employ cutting edge technology where required, every one of our cabinets are still built by hand in our rural bespoke cabinet shop.

We like to describe your project as almost a prototype. By this we mean that we only build one and while we build it exactly to your specification, our craftsmen may need to fine tune the cabinet as it progresses and we will update you with any little changes that may be prudent. It's what makes our service special. You have your own cabinetmaker looking after your project every step of the way.

Assembled or kit form

Every cabinet is expertly cut, jointed, machined and assembled.

For fully assembled delivery, your cabinet will then be quality checked and set aside for packing.

For self assembly kits and larger projects that cannot be delivered fully assembled, our craftspeople will now fully de-assemble and label all parts, produce an exploded diagram and an assembly guide for you.

The workshop will prepare all the screws, hinges, domino dowels and other parts to complete the kit and package these in separate heat sealed bags for easy identification.

Everything is now moved to our packing area.

Securely packed & despatched

Our packing department now carefully packs your cabinet ready for despatch using double thick cardboard boxes, full corner and edge protection and adds your instructions and parts.

In the case of fully assembled delivery, we corner protect and film wrap your cabinet with any extras securely added to the delivery.

We now book your delivery. We use multiple carriers depending upon size, weight and speed. Smaller deliveries are sent by express courier, whereas larger projects and fully assembled deliveries are despatched via our specialist carrier.

a real life project timeline

The final result

We take pride in every project and cabinet we make for our valued customers.

The thoroughly modern way to get bespoke cabinetry.

Why not get a quote and see what we can do for you!