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About Us

We are Sam Scott, Tim Greany and Dom Shanks, all cabinet makers who have built up our own successful companies designing and making furniture. Having collaborated at various times over the years, it became obvious that working together was the way forward. After five years of sharing workshop space, we finally took the plunge and in the summer of 2010 Constructive and Co was born. We cover a full range of bespoke furniture projects from Handcrafted fitted kitchens to free standing pieces. We like to be set a challenge, and will always welcome collaborations with adventurous clients, designers and architects. We like it when we get the chance to broaden our horizons with new materials, shapes, ideas and applications, but whatever your requirements, we’ll do our best to find the right solution for you. Our workshop is located in Leyton in east London and clients are welcome to come and visit us to discuss their projects and go through the processes involved. Feel free to get in touch for more information.

Services Provided

Bespoke Bathroom Vanities, Bespoke Bookcases, Bespoke Cabinet Doors, Bespoke Cabinets, Bespoke Fitted Furniture, Bespoke Home Bars, Bespoke Kitchen Cabinets, Bespoke Media Units, Bespoke Shelving, Bespoke Walk-in Wardrobes, Cabinets, Wardrobe Design, Kitchen Design

Areas Served

London, Hackney, Belsize Park, Hampstead, Crouch End, Leyton, Walthamstow, Stoke Newington, Camden, Kentish Town, Primrose Hill, Islington, Barnsbury, Dalston

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Business Details

Business Name

Constructive and Co

Phone Number

020 8532 8484


3 Flempton Road
London, Greater London E10 7NH
United Kingdom

Typical Job Cost

£5,000 - £500,000

Dependent on project size
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