One of the UK’s leading bespoke kitchen companies has re-opened this week and launched their latest display for the winter season. The Wood Works is a family business, which was founded in the 1940s and now run by the descendants of the Delane family. Specialising in bespoke kitchens in Hertfordshire, the company has designed and delivered kitchens for some high profile clients and venues – and the company has seen a surge of enquiries during the pandemic.
“People are looking to renovate their kitchens and homes,” explains Josh Delane of The Wood Works.
“We have people staying at home a lot more than before due to the pandemic. Their close relatives have moved in with them or maybe they are working from home too. With fewer holidays on the horizon, people are using this money to invest in their homes, improve their living space and quality of life.”
“We are getting a lot of enquiries about open plan kitchens, with breakfast bars on the counters. The kitchen tables are also getting bigger, with the kitchen likely to become the new room for entertaining and dining, over the traditional dining room.”
Although based in Hitchin in Hertfordshire, the family-run business opened a showroom in Mill Hill, North West London – in a central location, not far from surrounding areas of Edgware, Stanmore, Totteridge, Hendon and Hampstead Garden Suburb.
“We are excited to share our new designs through our showroom which we have just re-opened. We are also just so exciting to be able to open the store again and get customers new and old to come in, have a coffee and have a conversation about their vision and requirements.”
The process with The Wood Works starts with a design consultation and a sit down with the client to understand their ideas and tastes and how the team can turn this into a reality. Everything is handmade and built straight from the premises in Hertfordshire, making the process personal every step of the way – and all budgets are considered!