Moisture Resistant MDF
To ensure the best finish is achieved on our MDF cabinet's, we use a high quality brand that's specially designed for humid conditions so is ideal for applications such as kitchen and bathroom furniture or any home furniture, while being very budget friendly.
All edges are bevelled and sanded smooth to allow for a beautiful and easy paint finish - only requiring one/two coats of primer/undercoat, followed by a top coat or two.
|• Consistently Smooth Surface||• Ideal For Humid Conditions|
|• Moisture Resistant||• Perfect For Painting|
|• FSC Certified||• CARB2 Compliant|
Our European Oak range consists with a mixture of solid 18mm oak and 19mm veneered oak to ensure there is minimal movement on the panels in your cabinet while also keeping costs down and maintaining a long lasting and durable piece of furniture.
All front edges of the veneered oak are edged with a solid 2mm oak strip to give the aesthetic of being fully solid.
Every surface of your oak cabinet will be fully sanded, ready for finishing. The edges of the doors and counter top are chamfered as standard to give a sleek and sharp look - perfect for any room in the house.
|• Fully Sanded||• Durable & Long Lasting|
|• Expertly Tooled Solid Oak||• Ready For Finishing|
|• PEFC Certified||• EUTR Compliant|
Its easy really, but its best to have a plan of what you want first. Jot down a sketch of your space and sizes. then choose your cabinets from our extensive range. We have some general sizes but why not just fill the space properly with bespoke sizes. Once you have made your choices just complete your order and sit back, we will get everything ready in under four weeks.
Not as much as you think. In fact, because we make everything in our own workshops, you save as there is no middleman. Best of all custom sizes cost very little extra, take no longer and won't break the bank.
With every order you get a ready to assemble cabinet or cabinets, full instructions and all fittings. If we think that something may be a little difficult to assemble, one of the craftsmen will usually make special notes or do a little assembly video to help you. All our cabinets have been assembled in the workshop to check fit and you should have no problem putting them back together.
Unfortunately not. It s not a service we offer. Our oak range is oak and oak veneer so you probably won't want to paint it anyway, but we can supply finishing oils, waxes or french polishes to finish your project. The MDF can be painted and as we use only 'furniture grade' mdf which does not fluff up on the edges, painting is very easy.
There isn't any, other than a bit of reassembly. Because everything we do is made to order you can be sure it will fit.
You can customise every cabinet in our range for size and normal choices. If you have a very specific requirement, contact us first and we will guide you through adding additional notes that we will pass to the workshop to make the cabinet you want.
The tools you need for assembly are a drill/driver, a small hammer for any pins and if you are scribing tops and fillers then a jigsaw would be handy. Any unusual parts and special drill bits will be put into your kit by one of the team. Our kits are made how they should be and we do not use cheap 'knock down' fitting, just proper cabinet fittings.
We do not keep any kits in stock as every cabinet is different.
Unfortunately, we don’t offer a basic “white MDF” cabinet. To achieve a white MDF finish, it will need to be painted, which is a service we don’t currently offer.
As standard our hinges are soft close, runners are full extension and you can request soft close. However below a depth of 300mm soft close runners will not allow the drawer to open sufficiently and therefore they will not be available below this depth. Runners stop at 700mm and therefor if a depth is beyond 700mm the runner will remain a maximum of 700mm.
No we dont. There are many kitchen and bedroom companies that supply standard melamine kitchens and bedrooms. We specialise in particular one off made to measure units that have features unable to be manufactured in melamine.
There are many types of MDF ranging from the type found in the DIY stores to the specialist types for total water immersion. We use (and only use) a product called Meddite MR Smartply, which is the 'gold standard' of MDF. It is generally only available to the trade, is moisture resistant, does not suffer from the fluffy edges found on most MDF and paints beautifully. It is also very sustainable as it uses all parts of the timber supply for an eco friendly product.
In essence, yes. But we utilise a number of different products in our oak products. We use a 19mm oak veneered board for carcass production and doors (if flat), true shaker doors are solid stiles and rails with a 6mm veneered centre panel. We can replace the oak veneer with a finger jointed solid oak panel if you wish. We utilise Oak veneer as it is very stable and generally will not warp like solid oak and in most cases we would think you would find it very hard to tell the difference.