Case Studies

It’s always inspiring to see how others address the same issues you face on a daily basis: integrating furniture with architecture, addressing space issues, incorporating flexibility and mobility.These are all actually customer jobs / case studies.  View our stunning fitted kitchens, bedrooms and other furniture projects from across Ireland.

Below is a small selection of recently completed projects, with comments from our clients.

Fitted New Kitchen in Modern L Shaped Island Worktop
Co Longford4

This fabulous modern bright kitchen was fitted recently in Co Longford.
The materials used are a solid oak painted haze grey , shaker style door with snow quartz worktops .Read more…
Fitted Kitchen with Splashback Design in Solid Oak
We fitted this beautiful kitchen and island recently in Hollywood, Co Wicklow.The materials used were solid oaks painted cool ivory and clear . The mixture of painted and oiled oak in this kitchen really brings a feeling of quality and richness to the room Read more…

Therese Bayron2

Therese Bayron

Joanne O Dwyer, Castlerea

Joanne O Dwyer, Castlerea

Fitted Kitchen Modern and Traditional Style
Tulsk , Co Roscommon

We fitted, designed, manufactured and installed this beautiful kitchen and island recently for a house in Tulsk , Co Roscommon. Materials used are solid oak painted light stone , snow quartz worktops, Faber Glove chimney hood, Quooker hot water tap and solid American walnut curved bar. Read more…

Jaime Doyle

Jaime Doyle

Fitted Kitchen Shaker Style Corbelsstairsspace12
This beautiful kitchen was fitted in Strokestown , Co Roscommon. The doors are mussle colour raised panel with a wood grain showing through to add a feel of quality. Read more…

Michael McInerny, Mullingar

Michael McInerny, Mullingar

11037817_1672039976350247_6731664404525394663_n Knock Basilica - Delighted to be recently involved in the full refurbishment of knock basilica, we were contracted in by the JSL group who we have previously worked for to do all the fitted furniture. White oak was the timber choice decided on to use throughout the church and sacristy. The place has…

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Under Stairs Storage Solution

Most houses have simple stairs, without storage place, but if the owners would see these picture probably would have thought it would be useful to make such an idea. You can either create a workstation under the stairs or transform the entire area into shelves that can be used to store picture frames, books and other. The space under stairs is valuable and it goes unused most of the times. We can create some drawers under the stairs that fit the stairs perfectly and do not affect in any way the function of the stairs nor do they prevent walking upstairs.There is so much that can be done with that underused under stairs storage area and our design team is in on hand to help you make the best possible use of it. We can also help you improve your under stairs storage potential by installing cupboards; what is more, they can be the same style as the rest of the furnishings in your property. If you enjoy wine we can even turn the under stairs area into a mini-wine cellar.
Curve Space Solution
If you have an awkward curve space that you can find little purpose for, we introduce a seating area and storage there. All it takes is a customised seats. Better still, a curve seating area will give you hidden storage to stow away all those bits and bobs that clutter up your home.The design on this photo was tailored to the designated space and then a unique feature was incorporated to take care of an awkward space; this feature adds considerable value to the appearance of the finished product.
Awkward Ceiling Problem


Sloped ceilings sometimes come with skylights, but more often they bring design challenges. With bit of planning and arranging, though, you can make the most of those awkward angles.Whether it’s in a bedroom, living room, kitchen, or work space, a sloped ceiling can be made into a positive feature with the right paint, shelves, or furniture.

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