Author Archives: darronthedragon

Bespoke kitchens South Wales | handmade kitchens

Bespoke kitchens, South Wales, anywhere in Wales Bespoke kitchens South Wales …the fact is, all of our kitchens are made in Wales (actually in the Cynon Valley). That said, most of our kitchens are installed in the Home Counties and elsewhere in the UK. We’d really really like to be fitting more kitchens in Wales. […]

Bespoke bookcases | bookshelves made to measure

Bespoke bookcases for families with too many books Bespoke bookcases which fit exactly into the space available are just the thing for taming wild collections of books. There’s probably no such thing as too many books but when they’re in double density rows on sagging shelves in inadequate cabinets or knee high in unsorted piles […]

Alcove Cabinets for traditional fireplaces

Alcove cabinets Alcove cabinets offer practical storage and greatly improve the somewhat lumpy traditional Victorian chimney breast. In many cases there will have been fitted cupboards and shelves in the past but they have been taken out. Adding alcove cabinets will usually be less expensive and far less problematic than taking out a chimney breast. […]

Celtica Online Range

For some time now we’ve been building our online shop. Opening the shop is still a few months off but the important thing is that we have designed, developed and trialled the range – we can build cabinets for you right now. The kitchen below is comprised mainly of cabinets from our Celtica Online Range. […]

60s retro kitchen in Cornwall

When Ed Waghorn invites you into Rabbit Hill he says “Welcome to the sixties!”. Rabbit Hill is a substantial – palatial – seaside bungalow with superb views over the surf at Polzeath in North Cornwall, sumptuously appointed in luxurious (and tasteful) 60s style. It’s the old family home, shared now by the Waghorn families as […]

Concept Kitchen in Wanstead – work in progress

This kitchen, now nearly completed, is a joint design project with Jason Harris of T-Space Architects in Wanstead. Jason approached us initially because he wanted to exploit the unique potential for styling birch ply by deliberately exposing the ply structure. He visited our workshop in Aberdare and we spent an enjoyable afternoon vandalising scraps of […]