Nick Holgate and Andy Pack have been designing and making furniture since 1985, having previously spent many years sailing and restoring old yachts and Thames Barges. Now having developed the skillsand knowledge with our small team of craftsmen, we not only offer our designs, but also give our customers the pleasure and opportunities of having their own idea developed and made. We enjoy the process of understanding our customers needs and creating furniture they will enjoy.
I have over 25 years experience in cabinet making. I set up my own company because I felt frustrated not being able to design and manufacture my own pieces, weeks after setting up my own business Itook a commission from the renowned designer Claire Rendall to make a suite of contemporary furniture for Longleat House the home of Lord Bath. I have also been commissioned to design and build contemporary and traditional pieces of furniture for a mansion house in Bath.
All Angles are specialist polishing and paint finishing contractors and hard wood floor repair specialists offering onsite service as well as unit based facilities at our workshop and spray booth inCastle Eaton, Wiltshire. Our services range from removing scratches in doors to complete painting refurbishments. All Angles are Mark Lee and Gary Peart, two polishing/painting experts with over 45 years working experience in the trade.
Welcome to the site of APS Woodwork, Wiltshire based designer and manufacturer of bespoke fitted kitchens and other fitted and freestanding furniture. If you're looking to install something special inthe kitchen, bedroom, study, or any other room at home or work, I design and produce cabinerty to almost any style. Being able to take a commission from concept to construction, you can be sure to have your furniture hand made to your specific requirements.
We offer a variety of rustic kitchen dining tables and benches made from reclaimed wood, hand-painted in any shade of Farrow & Ball decorative paint. We also apply more contemporary materials anddesigns, including steel frames to house our reclaimed timbers, to achieve the perfect industrial or rustic modern look. Whether you're in London, Bristol, the Cotswolds or further afield - we ship for FREE to mainland England and Wales.
Here at the Bees Knees, we are passionate about providing fabulous furniture and accessories for your home. We are vintage shopaholics and proud of it! All our items are hand-picked and we search highand low to find these often unappreciated antique, vintage and retro treasures which are bought back to life with tender loving care, giving them style, character and individuality. To see some of these vintage delights and retro gems, view our Shabby Chic and Retro Collections on the following pages.
We are a small joinery company based in Royal Wootton Bassett that specialize in creating bespoke furniture tailored to our customers. Our beautifully hand crafted furniture will fit into your homeand lifestyle. We take the greatest care to ensure that you receive the quality and service you deserve, we can tailor to the style and finish you desire. We construct our joinery using traditional methods and the finest woods designed and crafted to last.
Bed Centre is an established online bed retailer providing quality beds and mattresses at highly competitive discount prices. We are able to offer you a full range of divan beds, bed frames,mattresses, sofa beds and headboards at exclusive low prices from all the top UK brand names. With more than 25 years in the business, we have a long standing relationship with Silentnight Beds, Rest Assured, Buoyant, Furmanac, Dreamworks, Sleepeezee, Sealy and Serene to name just a few.
Emma Rose Furnishings was developed shortly after the birth of Emma Rose in 2013, at this point and looking to the future James (Emmas' Proud father) started to look and develop our inhouse mattresscollection. It wasn't until March 2014 that we were happy and ready to open Emma Rose Furnishings the 'shop'.
Laura and Bernard Ashley started printing fabric on their kitchen table in London in 1953, following a Women's Institute exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum on traditional handicrafts. Laurawas inspired to make her own patchwork quilts, but couldn't find any suitable fabrics in the shops, so the young enterprising couple decided to try producing their own.