English Revival

English Revival kitchens are built using high quality materials and using traditional craftsmanship to perfect each piece, resulting in a fine quality finished kitchen.

With designs inspired from distinguished period in English history, each kitchen is built to stand the test of time and each one holds testament to traditional carpentry skills.

This collection is called English Revival… reviving the traditional skills of exceptional craftsmen for the way we live today. It all starts with British quality craftsmanship… and ends with quality kitchens that are hand built in Britain.

English Revival Kitchen Collection

British Craftsmanship at its Very Best

It starts with carefully selected timber sourced from as far away as North America. We take the time to specify the character of the wood required such as knots, splits and colour to suit individual ranges. Using a straight line edger the wood is squared up, ensuring only quality pieces of wood are used right from the very start. Expert planing and edge smoothing prepares the wood for the next stage where you kitchen can begin to take shape.

Hand Build and Hand Finished in Birmingham, UK

We use a traditional French Mitre Joint to strengthen the timber frames. Butterfly joints are used to connect door frames together with a water based glue to ensure ultimate strength. Every door is hand made and sanded numerous times to within a 500 micron tolerance to ensure the perfect finish, ready for the first paint application. It is then left to cure for several days, sanded again and then another coat is applied. This process can be repeated on numerous occasions to ensure the highest standards.

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