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Kenneth Streat Furniture 

Handmade Solid Wood Furniture

Working from a rural workshop in Devon, I have been designing and making bespoke furniture for more than thirty years. The galleries below cover a range of my work over the years. By remaining an individual craftsman I am able to keep my prices competitive and, as well as offering many years experience, I give personal care and attention to all details from initial design right through to completed installation.

If you have a project you wish to pursue I am happy to call on you to discuss your ideas, supply drawings and a quotation without charge.

‘Wonderful kitchen, on time, to budget, superbly finished- all wrapped with excellent client handling- what more could you want.’
Alan Yarrow (Vice Chairman Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein)  


English oak

My kitchens are wood throughout. I have a huge selection of finished timber samples for you to select from. I use a veneered block board for the carcassing which I finish with Danish oil. The drawers are hand made in hardwood and set on the best German kitchen drawer slides. Doors are generally fitted with traditional solid drawn brass hinges and fastened with ball catches. For painted kitchens I make the woodwork from solid wood not MDF. 

Fitted Furniture

Beech wardrobe

The second most usual place for fitted furniture in the home is wardrobes. I have made a wide range of styles. In Victorian and period houses painted traditional fitted wardrobes are very popular and timeless. I have made home offices, bathrooms and many living room bookcase and television display units. All pieces are designed to suit your space, requirements and taste.

Bespoke Furniture

Bespoke furniture

Making individual pieces of free standing furniture is always a pleasure. The end result is hopefully something that will fit exactly the situation and function it is designed for, as well as being something that will last for many generations

Specialist Joinery

Specialist doors

For period houses off the shelf joinery is not appropriate. I have made various traditional windows and doors. I don’t have pictures of all of these but follow the link to a gallery of some of the more unusual joinery projects.







Contact :

Kenneth Streat,
Brook House workshops

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Email ken@streatfurniture.co.uk

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