Producing kitchens and furniture that are designed to stand the test of time has always been at the heart of what we do. This is an intention that has sustainability at its very core. We are privileged to work with natural materials and we have great respect and appreciation for the world around us. We embrace practices which minimise our impact on the environment wherever possible.
All our timber is responsibly sourced. Our European Oak is FSC certified and our American hardwoods such as Walnut, Tulipwood and Maple come from responsibly managed forests.
Our Birch Plywood carries either FSC® or PEFC certification and is sourced from suppliers who purchase in line with the requirements of the European Union Timber Regulation (EUTR). Every piece that arrives in our workshop is then carefully cut to meet our requirements.
Any wood shavings from our workshop are pressed and transformed into briquettes which are then used as biomass fuel to help heat our buildings over the winter. Waste materials from our finishing booth are stored and disposed of in accordance with environmental guidelines.
Our painters use low emission, water-based paints from an eco-labelled supplier. These are low in VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and do not omit toxic compounds into the air. To minimise waste, all our paint colours are mixed to order for your design.
We use 100% recycled corrugated cardboard rolls to wrap our furniture, protecting it during transit from our workshops to your home. In our offices, we separate and recycle all our paper and cardboard waste, and we adopt a strict ‘think before you print’ policy.