Donovan Bespoke Kitchens
|Donovan Kitchens & Joinery|
Somerset, BA22 8EA
Instead of using pre-designed pattern of kitchens and products from catalogs like other companies do, they design and manufacture every kitchen individually for our customers to meet their particular needs.
Therefore, every customer can have his or her dream kitchen or his or her own project without any limits.
Donovan Kitchens acquire materials from local producers in the South West. Their approach supports local businesses and also provides lower pollution by reducing our carbon footprint.
Their producers are excellent and experienced specialists for many years thus they guarantee their customers that every particular project is created using the finest and trendy materials.
The SCI stonemasons in Newton Abbot acquire, cut, machine and manually polish the granite and quartz tabletops. They acquire the timber from Robbins Timber, a company in Bristol who has over 125 years’ experience in manufacturing the finest materials. They acquire wooden tabletops from Timbmet in Bournemouth, which sources the timber in sustainable way according to wide ranges of timber from around the world. They also acquire fittings (such as hinges and pull out larders), from LDL components from Bath that provide broad selection of products like BLUM drawer and hinge components as well as PEKA Swiss storage solutions. They use acquired materials and make manually every design by using qualified carpentry techniques in their workshops.
We support custom made kitchen producers. If you are interested in adding your offer here, you are welcome!
|CREAMERY BESPOKE KITCHENS YEOVIL|
Watercombe Park, Lynx Trading Estate
Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 2HL
They are a small family business situated in the heart of the West Country and they belong to The Old Creamery Furniture Co.
You can come and see their kitchens on the site, you can also see a variety of unusual kitchen styles they offer on the website.
At the beginning they started to sell pine furniture handmade in local workshops and they promised ourselves to be honest with their clients and to treat every customer, as they would wish to be treated
Several years later they have decided to replace their own kitchen. One of the local makers created the kitchen to his own design, using his traditional build techniques. When the kitchen was installed, they finished it manually.
After 13 years they have repainted their kitchen twice and they are still using the same kitchen that they are delighted with.
They hope that visiting their website will make you a pleasure.
They ensure that all their furniture are accurately and carefully locally hand-built.
Although in most of the photos you can see standard elements and finishes being a perfect match for most of the kitchens, all of their kitchen cabinetry are made-to-measure, thus they provide customized service. Their tailored kitchens can be made in such a way to be compatible with any features you already have on site and they can also design any kitchen devices or cabinetry you wish. They offer a wide selection of colors from Farrow & Ball or our own Creamery Kitchens paint finishes – additionally, as part of a bespoke service, they can fit color to your individual preferences.
In Creamery Kitchens they offer Belfast sink units, pantries, island work units, beech, oak or granite tabletops. You can visit them in their main Yeovil showroom and see amazing Creamery Kitchens designs. They assure that the journey to their showroom in Somerset is worth the extra part of the way.
Yeovil is located in the district of Southern Boundary of Somerset in England, 130 miles from London, 40 miles south of Bristol, 6 miles from Sherborne and 30 miles from Taunton, on the A30 and A37 roads, Yeovil is a town with a population of 45,000. In 19th century Yeovil was a crucial centre for leather industry. The town is also well-known for its glove-making with its football club called Glovers and also for producing helicopters. In 20th century there have developed aircraft and defence industries causing that town was a target for bombing in the World War ll. One of the most recommended places to visit is Yeovil Country Park, which includes Ninesprings, being also one of several open spaces. There are many historic buildings in the town like the 14th century St John’s Church situated in the middle of the Yeovil town centre, which is th oldest building in the town nowadays. It is worth mentioning that The Mermaid Hotel which has been run as a pub and today it is the oldest surviving licensed premises in Yeovil.
The town was founded in 8th century after the Saxons’ conquest. It is believed that the name Yeovil is a corruption of the Celtic word Gifl meaning forked river.