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Barnes of Ashburton Ltd

About Us

Barnes of Ashburton are designers and manufacturers of handmade, bespoke kitchen and interior furniture, both fitted and free-standing. We have over 35 years of experience in designing, building and installing kitchens in a vast range of properties from ancient farmhouses to modern seaside developments. We pride ourselves on making kitchens that enhance your home and we are as happy working within the irregularities of an old period building as the dramatic designs of modern architecture. Barnes kitchens are beautiful, functional and unique. The company was established by furniture designer, Patrick Gunning in 1980. His commitment to traditional joinery techniques and cabinet-making remain at the heart of all Barnes kitchens which are all made in our Devon workshop by highly skilled designers and cabinet makers. Patrick is still involved with the business, but always a keen musician he retired in 2010 in order to focus on his music. The team he left in charge have all been with the company for many years, which we believe bears testament to the warmth and friendliness for which Barnes of Ashburton is known.

Services Provided

Bespoke Bathroom Vanities, Bespoke Bookcases, Bespoke Cabinets, Bespoke Fitted Furniture, Bespoke Kitchen Cabinets, Bespoke Kitchen Pantries, Bespoke Media Units, Bespoke Shelving, Bespoke Walk-in Wardrobes, Cabinet Installation, Cabinet Sales, Pantry Design, Storage & Wardrobe Design

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24a West Street
Ashburton, Devon TQ13 7DU
United Kingdom
Typical Job Cost £25,000 - £100,000
United Kingdom
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