Charles Yorke


They pride themselves in listening to the needs of their clients and relish any challenges they may bring their way. Their specialist knowledge and experience of designing furniture, ensures they can produce innovative and practical furniture solutions that are unique to every client. Attention to detail is important to them , as it is one of the elements that give their highly engineered furniture extra luxury and individuality.

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They combine traditional cabinet making techniques with state of the art technology to create inspiring furniture. The cabinet makers use the finest materials selecting each piece of timber and veneer individually, ensuring the naturally occurring patterns and colours work to enhance the furniture design. they take pride in the pieces their make and actively encourage clients to visit the factory to see their furniture being made first hand; from the very first piece of timber cut to the last hinge being adjusted.


A wide variety of materials and finishes are used on Charles Yorke furniture. Paint finishes from the contemporary high gloss to the traditional hand painted, can be used or combined with leather, glass or wood. Customers can choose from a fascinating range of sustainably sourced timbers. These range from the silvery pale tones of Maple through to the rich chocolate of Walnut and the warm honeyed shades of Oak and Elm, as well as unusual veneers such as Ebony Macassor and Tamo Ash to name a few.


As well as offering a number of factory painted colors and finishes for our furniture, we also provide the option of having our furniture hand painted. Our highly skilled and experienced hand painters work closely with our clients in choosing a color and finish for their furniture, that suits their own style and compliments their home. From the very simple brush techniques through to the very traditional paint effects, such as patina, this personalized service creates furniture which is even more individual to you.

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