About Us

At Lethbridge Lines, we believe that everyone has the right to have beautiful handmade bespoke furniture made to exact specifications and tailored to meet the needs of individual lifestyles and the space available.

Established in 2005, we provide private clients, developers and designers with high-quality cabinetry and joinery services and we are commissioned to create a whole range of furniture including entertainment centres, wardrobes, intricate fitted shelves and storage systems, entire bathrooms and bespoke kitchens.

The process is simple, starting with a phone call to arrange the initial appointment. A specialist would then come to your house or site to discuss your needs and ideas for the design, before taking some measurements and assessing the space. There would undoubtedly be appliances that need to be accommodated and essential features specified, all of which would be taken into account. A design that fits the aesthetic, your needs and the timeline is the goal, and you can be assured that the final result would be fitted and finished to the highest possible quality standards.

We have a team of specialists making, fitting and painting in our 3,000 square foot workshop, including one team member trained and experienced in spray finishing.  We use only the highest quality woods and finishes and continue to invest in new methods, machinery and research to remain at the cutting edge.  We are serious about beautiful and functional design, whether your choice is traditional or modern, and we would ensure that everything is up to our exacting standards, down to the smallest details such as drawers being engineered to close gently and quietly.

At our workshop or during the appointment, you would be able to select from our range of woods and materials as well as choose the best possible finish for your bespoke joinery, so that the look ties in perfectly with your house and style.  Everything is made and finished in our workshop before it is brought to site to be fitted, providing a quality service with the minimum of disruption.

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