Brother and sister team Robert Burnett & Sarah Nelson run Kitchens by Holloways with one vision, to be fully accountable for the design and delivery of your kitchen and extension project on time and on budget, without compromise.
About Kitchens by Holloways
Now part of the Hollways of Ludlow group of companies, Kitchens by Holloways was founded and is run by brother and sister team Robert Burnett and Sarah Nelson. They combine kitchen design with a full kitchen extension building service to provide seamless implementation.
Kitchens designed and made by Kitchens by Hollways are full of character and individuality. Ranges include the timeless elegance and traditional techniques of the Ludlow, to the minimalist Mortimer inspired by mid 20th century Scandanavian furniture design and truly unique ‘one-off’ ‘Heritage’ kitchens.
Much of their work is carried out for architects and interior designers, due to their experience in working with such a wide range of materials (e.g. metals, glass, veneers, Corian, marquetry, stone etc), and finishes (e.g. lacquers, stains, waxes, metal FX, acids etc). A cabinet maker may be making a highly glossed book-matched walnut veneered cabinet one day, and refurbishing an antique chest of drawers the next.
We Love Kitchens by Holloways Because…
Kitchens by Holloways are skilled and experienced furniture makers, able to cope with often quite complex and challenging designs. Most of their cabinet makers have worked for the company since it was founded in 2005.
They still use many traditional techniques for making their cabinets, although their digital machinery is state of the art and accurate to 1/10th of a millimeter. This ensures that their kitchens display crisp and even lines, whatever the style.
More About Kitchens by Holloways
Kitchens by Holloways kitchen designers are experienced designers with degrees in architecture, product design, furniture design and interior design. This is necessary because the designers require the technical abilities to create detailed drawings for the cabinet makers at their workshop. There are a huge variety of materials and finishes, available at their workshop, so understanding how and when to apply them, helping clients to visualise the outcomes, and making the right choices, takes many years of experience.