After leaving school, I took a Bench Joinery apprenticeship to be classically trained in the art of traditional architectural joinery & cabinet making by some incredibly talented woodworkers. I loved the challenge of making a great range of commissions including circular Church windows, gates, doors, cabinets & tables.
When my wife and I had our first baby, we decided to open our own Joinery Workshop where I enjoyed making built-in furniture like dressing rooms and alcove units.
In 2017 we were asked to make a bespoke kitchen with Mike who was managing a renovation. It worked so well that we opened Shere Kitchens, combining a love of bespoke craftsmanship and friendship.
We are passionate about custom making kitchens for extensions, Listed Buildings and Period Properties. We enjoy designing unique as well as classic cabinetry, researching the history of homes and using different wood varieties to make our furniture
We love to show people our craftsmanship & open up our workshop to share our traditional skills … the dovetail joints, solid bespoke Oak worktops, the stunning grain in Walnut furniture, mouldings and design details. We look forward to welcoming you into our world of kitchen cabinetry woodwork.
Tel: 01483 202 143
Mob: 07506 699 887
Unit 2 Burrows Lea Farm,
By car. From the beautiful village of Shere. If you’re on Middle Street, with the Co-op on your left, The Dabbling Duck on your right, carry on passed Shere Delights and over the stream, into Shere Lane. Continue on Shere Lane passing The White Horse and The William Bray pubs on your right. Carry on up out of the village and the road becomes Sandy Lane. It’s like driving on a dried up river bed, with banks either side and trees
that arch over the road. You’ll drive over a railway bridge (tall red brick) and immediately after the bridge you need to turn left into Hook Lane. Take in the views and carry on for 570 meters where you’ll find Burrows Lea Farm on the right-hand side. When you turn right into the farm, drive slowly straight ahead towards the Livery Yard. You’ll see a Shere Kitchens sign on a brick wall. Turn right here. You’ll see our vans outside Unit 2. Our window has Shere Kitchens frosted into the glass. You’ve arrived!
By public transport. It’s not easy to get to our workshop by public transport. The nearest train station is Gomshall Railway Station which is 0.9 miles away. You could walk from the station (it would be a different route from that detailed above) but please note that many of the country roads that lead to us do not have pavement.