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The Freestanding Kitchen Company

About Us

The Freestanding Kitchen Company has it’s feet firmly set in bespoke kitchen manufacturing having made high quality fitted kitchens and fine furniture throughout East Anglia for over 25 years. The current style of freestanding kitchen units we offer has been a constantly popular style, whether painted or in the oak finish. 5 years ago in combination with the growth of the internet and customers being more and more confident in buying larger ticket items online, this gave us the opportunity and market to offer a classic and timeless style, throughout the country. With a bigger market, we are now able to manufacture in higher quantity and thus reducing the costs to you. We have moved production abroad and source the best quality character oak from Europe. We also maintain an extensive warehouse and workshop in UK where we can offer all sorts of bespoke furniture services and alterations to help you fit your kitchen. Design and create kitchens using our range of freestanding kitchen furniture, pieces can be joined together or stand alone. All the furniture is made from solid oak and reclaimed pine with no MDF or ply.

Services Provided

Bespoke Kitchen Cabinets, Supply Kitchen Cabinets, Bespoke Finishes, Interiors, Sinks, Kitchen Taps, Kitchen Appliances, Design Service

Areas Served

White Colne, Colchester, Essex, Scotland, France

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White Colne, Essex

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Contact The Freestanding Kitchen Company
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Colchester road,
White Colne, Essex CO6 2PS
United Kingdom
Typical Job Cost £2,000 - £7,000
United Kingdom
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