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Williams Ridout design and hand make beautiful high end bespoke furniture, kitchens, wardrobes and specialist joinery items from our workshop situated in North London. All of our products are unique and fully bespoke. We are not limited to a ‘range’ of styles or materials, instead we tailor every product to each client individually. Our cabinet makers use only the highest quality materials to hand make each product to order. Every project is seen through from initial cutting list to completed installation by the same craftsman, we believe this leads to a superior product. We often work alongside architects and interior designers to realise their joinery/furniture visions and engage directly with builders and other trades to ensure a seamless transition between their work and our furniture installations. Williams Ridout was established in 2004 by Alistair Williams and Joe Ridout.

Services Provided

Bespoke Furniture, Bespoke Kitchen, Handmade Furniture, Handmade Kitchen, Bespoke Kitchen Designers, Bespoke Furniture Designers

Areas Served



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12 Projects

Medium sized classic kitchen/diner in London with a single-bowl sink, shaker cabinets, blue cabinets, marble worktops, white splashback, marble splashback, stainless steel appliances, dark hardwood flooring and an island.

Traditional Kitchen and Library

London, England
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Business Details

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Phone Number

020 8885 5800


Unit 3 Fountayne House
Fountayne Road
London N15 4QL
United Kingdom

Typical Job Cost

£5,000 - £200,000 +

Bespoke kitchens start at £35k - Bespoke wardrobes start at £10k



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