Boxwood Cabinetmakers work closely with our clients to ensure that their ideas are fully incorporated into the final design. Our approach involves four stages:

Initial Consultation
We discuss in detail your ideas for the furniture and demonstrate the range of styles, woods and finishes available. There may be several areas of the home that would benefit from fitted furniture, such as awkward corners, and alcoves uneven walls where there is the potential for fitted cupboards, sideboards, seating and shelving. After a visit to the site to measure the space we are able to submit a full quotation and a design concept.

Design consultation
Upon commission our cabinetmaker will visit your home to measure up and discuss the piece with you. At this stage we ensure that you are entirely happy with the design concept, materials, finishes and door furniture such as handles and latches. We then produce a detailed design plan and schedule of works and arrange a date to install the furniture.

Workshop build
We build the main elements of the furniture - doors, frames, shelving – in our workshop in Cowling, West Yorkshire. From selecting the timbers through the machining, jointing and hand working processes, great care is taken in the workshop to ensure the quality of each piece.

Installation and finishing
A critical element of the build takes place on site, though we try to minimise the amount of disruption to you while ensuring that our furniture is finished to the highest quality.


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