Truly custom kitchens designed to enhance living spaces.
This credenza was added to create a breakfast bar area. The interiors are birch ply, finished in a clear matt lacquer. The exteriors are finished in Little Greene Paint Co. number 256. The top is a in London Plane, with a mitred waterfall joint, retaining the natural shape of the waney edge.
This pine kitchen was originally made and fitted in the 70s; the designer used timber that had been reclaimed from a warehouse floor and could easily have been over 100years old back then. It was removed, refurbished, mordernised, painted and re-fitted – the client’s brief was to retain as much of the character of the almost 50 year old kitchen as possible whilst updating the usability and giving a clean, crisp finish. The “new” drawers were made in reclaimed pine and fitted with soft-close runners. New hardware such as a modern bin drawer and a custom designed food waste drawer with cleaning product shelf below.
Why Clients Love Dog & Duck Woodwork
"Couldn't be happier, exactly as the design and what we spoke about in terms of what we told you wanted during the design process. Really high quality finish, it's just great!"
"...once we met Dave we knew he’d be perfect for the job. He really invested the time in understanding what we were looking for..."
"We really warmed to you when you came to the visit and liked your ideas, enthusiasm and approach and felt we could trust you and that you really cared."
"I thought it would be nice because it’s bespoke, but I had no idea it would be this good."
"Dave managed to navigate the tricky dimensions of our house! The furniture looks beautiful and is of such a great quality, it has transformed our house into a home."
"We are so pleased with the work Dave has done and would highly recommend him."
Robinson House Studio,
Unit E1 & E2
Eastside Business Park,
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm