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West Bridgford Joinery is celebrating 20 years in business by exhibiting at Clerkenwell Design Week’s ‘Project’ exhibition space in London on 21-23 May as part of our commemorative year.

Our founder Alex started designing and making bespoke furniture from his Nottingham workshop in 2004. Starting as a cabinetmaker, West Bridgford Joinery has evolved into a team of skilled craftspeople and creatives, working alongside some of the UK’s most-respected designers.

Alex said: “It’s very satisfying to have been part of such a great story, even if it was not an entirely straightforward nor easy journey From where we came - me working out the back of a van on some very humble projects - to where we are now, working with an amazing team of people with a shared passion in delivering excellence.

“Now our team is made up of 18 talented craftspeople. They are true experts in their field, with some of them having over 40 years’ experience of working with wood. We’re also passionate about providing work opportunities for young apprentices. We work alongside interior designers and now have our own in-house design team, with Sophie and James working closely with clients to create bespoke designs.

“We’ll be bringing some of our team and inviting clients, friends and family to join us at the Clerkenwell exhibition stand and we’re hoping to share ideas about upcoming projects with like-minded designers and architects.”

Having exhibited our ‘Peak Profiles’ bespoke panelling range for the first time at last year’s design event, we’re returning for a second year to showcase our commercial architectural joinery work.

We’ve created bespoke architectural joinery for British brands such as Lush, 200 Degrees coffee, Third Space gyms, Vistant, hoteliers and property developers, having completed full joinery fit-outs as well as panelling and bespoke furniture for workspaces, restaurants, shops and bars.

If you’d like to arrange a visit to our 20th anniversary  stand at Clerkenwell Design Week, please contact Rosie at


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