Leinster Woodcraft Ltd
Ballyfin Road, Mountrath, Co. Laois
Custom Kitchens - Bespoke Kitchens Nationwide - FREE QUOTES
Custom kitchens have become very popular in recent years.One of the reasons is that they last longer than and flat pack kitchen or instock kitchen. If you love cooking or entertaining than you will be in your element in this kitchen. It offers everything you need in a kitchen, lots of work top area, Island Unit, to add to the ample storage in the over head units and base units.  Leinster Woodcraft will discuss all your needs and then we will design a kitchen for you, to satisfy those needs. Kitchen with Granite worktop. In the overhead and base units

Custom Kitchens with Island.

With a bright floor, this type of kitchen gives a feeling of spaciousness - add an Island Unit here to give you more storage and working area. Very popular kitchen with island and lots of storage. The "Island Unit" is the main feature of this kitchen and offers the owner a wine rack and a huge amount of storage custom kitchensplus ample working area. Country Pine Kitchen with "Stained Glass" feature in a lighted overhead unit. On the right side you have a stand alone unit which can be moved around to suit the situation. Corner pilasters can be added to the Island unit to add character to the entire kitchen. Leinster Woodcraft will design any kitchen to met your demands and satisfy your needs!

Custom Kitchens offer you the following

Flexibilty in terms of design and workspace
  • Exact fit with no fill in pieces
  • Strong and sturdy carcass
  • Choice of colours
  • Choice of wood
  • Ability to extend at a later stage
  • Match existing wood or furniture.
  • Split level Island to accommodate high chairs are available

    Custom Kitchens in Hardwood

    When it comes to kitchens you it's hard to beat hardwood. The main reason for this, is that it will last forever and you can get a fantastic finish. The hard wood kitchen can be sprayed or painted to match your existing furniture. The hardwoods we have have availble are Oak, Wallnut, Beech and Mahogany. Other hardwoods can be requested but it may take a littler longer than usual.
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    Kitchen Styles
    The kitchen layout will mainly depend on the size and shape of your room, and one of the most important points of designing any kitchen is to create a good workflow between the three main areas of the kitchen. These are the sink, the fridge and the cooker which in kitchen terminology is referred to as the "work triangle.

    Depending on the size and shape of any room you can design a kitchen in the following layouts;

    The Open Plan Kitchen.
    This is a great kitchen if you do not want to be shut away from your family or guests as you cook. This type of layout is most common in Irish homes wher it provides room for cooking, eating and sitting and even the children can do their homework here.

    The L-Shaped Kitchen.
    This ia where the kitchen units run along two walls to form an l-spape and is ideal for small spaces such as an apartment or office.

    The U-Shaped Kitchen.
    This style uses three walls, and can be seen in most modern homes built here in Ireland in the last twenty years. It offers the cook lots of storage and work space. Incorporate an Island unit here for extra storage and work space the minimum width required here is 2.4m (8ft) for it to work well without an Island and 3.6m (12ft) with an Island.

    The Galley Kitchen.
    This is the best choice for a narrow kitchen as all the units are placed along one wall.

    The Island.
    This feature of the kitchen is fantastic for informal dining, and also creates a lot of extra space for the preparation of food. The Island can be incorporated into most kitchen designs and has lots of advantages while being cost effective.The kitchen layout will mainly depend on the size and shape of your room, and one of the most important points of designing any kitchen is to create a good workflow between the three main areas of the kitchen. These are the sink, the fridge and the cooker which in kitchen terminology is referred to as the "work triangle.Depending on the size and shape of any room you can design a kitchen in the following layouts;This is a great kitchen if you do not want to be shut away from your family or guests as you cook. This type of layout is most common in Irish homes where it provides room for cooking, eating and sitting and even the children can do their homework here.

    This is where the kitchen units run along two walls to form an l-shape and is ideal for small spaces such as an apartment or office.This style uses three walls, and can be seen in most modern homes built here in Ireland in the last twenty years. It offers the cook lots of storage and work space. Incorporate an Island unit here for extra storage and work space the minimum width required here is 2.4m (8ft) for it to work well without an Island and 3.6m (12ft) with an Island.This is the best choice for a narrow kitchen as all the units are placed along one wall.This feature of the kitchen is fantastic for informal dining, and also creates a lot of extra space for the preparation of food. The Island can be incorporated into most kitchen designs and has lots of advantages while being cost effective.

    The kitchen layout will mainly depend on the size and shape of your room, and one of the most important points of designing any kitchen is to create a good workflow between the three main areas of the kitchen. These are the sink, the fridge and the cooker which in kitchen terminology is referred to as the "work triangle.Depending on the size and shape of any room you can design a kitchen in the following layouts;This is a great kitchen if you do not want to be shut away from your family or guests as you cook.

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