William Garvey continues to electrify the British furniture market with its ever expanding ‘bespoke’ portfolio of inspirational wooden furniture for the kitchen. A truly authentic master craftsman, each William Garvey product is designed and manufactured to the highest quality, translating any design concept into a culinary haven, designed with you in mind.
Painted Tulipwoodkitchen with bespoke cabinets& twinned open-shelving
For the ultimate in classic British heritage why not opt for a bespoke William Garvey kitchenas seen above, equipped with personalised furniture and storage solutions which createa beautiful, practical and desirable working environment.William Garvey’s tailored kitchen includes a run of fitted kitchen cabinetry, finished in sophisticatedpainted Tulipwood. The inclusion of custom-made open shelving, both solid and slatted, allows this kitchen concept to move away from this so called ‘hidden’ trend, proudly displaying glassware, cookware and other necessary kitchen equipment.
Note William Garvey’s artisan kitchen doors are made from tulipwood in a buttermilk painted finish. Capturing the natural elements long associated with organically inspired furniture design, its neutral aesthetic adds a sense of nobility against the teakand iroko worktops and handle detail to create the look of cool Britannia.
This bespoke kitchen also features William Garvey’sBelfast Kitchen Sink. Based on the traditional Belfast pattern, this sink is much deeper than the norm and its internal corners are rounded to a radius of 16mm to facilitate easy cleaning.
William Garvey’s Belfast Kitchen Sink measures Height 255mm x Width 455mm x Length 595mm. Each Garvey sink can be made to individual sizes, but the prices for a Belfast Style Sink by William Garvey starts from £800 +vat.
Tulipwood is a pinkish yellowish wood yielded from the tuliptree, found on the Eastern side of North America and also in some parts of China.
Iroko is a large hardwood tree from the west coast of tropical Africa. It is one of the woods sometimes referred to as African Teak, although it is unrelated to the teak family. The wood colour is initially yellow but darkens to a richer brown over time.
Teak is a tropical hardwood, is extremely strong and offers a natural durability that is considered to be the gold standard for wood furniture design and manufacture.
With the ability and expertise to work with all types of wood and provide bespoke options to combine other materials such as glass, metal, leather and suede allows William Garvey to fulfil any creative design. Boasting over 40 years of experience, William Garveyepitomises luxury, listening carefully to its client’s needs to deliver bespoke projects with exceptional service.