Bespoke Cabinetry

What We Do:

Bespoke Cabinetry

Although we are mainly known for our unique kitchens and furniture, we can produce furniture and cabinet work for every room in the house. With the recent growth in home working, we’ve made many studies and home offices. We have also designed, built and installed libraries, bedrooms, dressing rooms and bars.

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"By the way, your men are a credit to your company. Very meticulous, tidy, hardworking and polite — great guys."

"The Still takes pride of place at the very centre of our Farm Shop. The whole structure is testament to the skill and craftsmanship of Graeme and his team of cabinetmakers. We simply couldn’t be happier with it."

"The quality of the piece is superlative and we have been impressed with your service throughout."

The Moth
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The Moth

We’ve just completed work on a bit of an unusual project – a large sculptural moth made with Burr Elm wings and a Sycamore body.
'The Still' at Marshall's Farm Shop & Kitchen
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'The Still' at Marshall's Farm Shop & Kitchen

An expansive retail collection of Scotch whisky, local gins and ales demanded a suitably impressive setting — and Lethenty Cabinetmakers were happy to oblige.
Coach & Horses
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Coach & Horses

A unique job replacing the forward cross rail on a Victorian horse-drawn carriage owned by Maryculter Carriage Driving Centre.

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