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Crossling Furniture

About Us

Nick Crossling is a Bristol based furniture maker creating built-in fitted furniture as well as freestanding pieces. He has been running a successful small business, working with clients in Bristol, Bath and London since 2004. Central to Nick's approach is to fully understand your requirements in terms of both function and form, so he can best achieve what you envisage, whether a you already have a clear idea or whether you need some inspiration on how to best use the space in your home. Nick's priority is to discuss and listen so that your ideas can be translated and fine tuned into a workable design that meets your exact requirements whether it be a traditional built-in alcove cupboard or a contemporary bespoke wardrobe in an awkward corner. All Nick's work is finished to the highest quality and without exception he pays close attention to detail. He aims to complete most of the making of the furniture in his workshop and with fitted furniture just the final stages of completion in your home, always taking great care to be clean and tidy.

Services Provided

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

Areas Served

Bristol, Bath, London, somerset, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire

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Bristol, Bristol BS2 9UD
United Kingdom
Typical Job Cost £2,000 - £10,000
United Kingdom
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