We are able to adapt to most styles, whether traditional or contemporary. Throughout that flexibility, we remain focused on designing with care and creativity, balancing aesthetics with practicality, before continuing that care through the craftsmanship of construction and installation.
We are known for our attention to detail and flexibility to accommodate diverse requirements.
Experienced in working sympathetically to the charms of many traditional properties in and around Buckinghamshire.
Alan Cooper has been making bespoke fitted bedroom furniture and other fitted furniture locally since the 1980s.
This is a small selection of what we can do at Alan Cooper Cabinetmaker Ltd.
Below: Cabinet for air conditioning cabinet and low wardrobe behind it.
Below: All hand-painted including mouldings with gold paint. Bespoke oak laundry basket with specially craftsman-made calico laundry bags.
Below: Dual-purpose cabinet to conceal tv and air conditioning cabinet
Below: Modern bespoke wardrobe design with matching cherry veneers
Below: Specially designed bespoke hand-made handles in cherry & walnut
Below: Shaker design fitted wardrobes have been one of the most popular styles over the years. This break-fronted wardrobe was hand-painted
Below: We fit the handles, hinges and other hardware of your choice
Below: A timber frame with painted doors produces a contrasting look and a shade of white paint lightens the room adding a feeling of spaciousness
Below: A bespoke design service is available from A&C Designs Ltd who are specialists in bespoke 3d furniture design. After perfecting and presenting the design to your satisfaction they are able to prepare all the details for construction by Alan Cooper Cabinetmaker Ltd.
Below: Completed cupboard giving voluminous storage to an awkward, very deep alcove with angled ceiling, made to match existing furniture
Below: Our customer knew what they would like so this is an example of work we produced with direction from our customer.
Below: Bespoke fitted wardrobe in oak. All hand-made in our workshop in the village of Ford near Aylesbury and we fitted it in a cottage in Speen in Buckinghamshire. This wardrobe has fluted details on the frame. The frame and left-hand door have been specially hand-crafted to fit perfectly where the angled wall meets the ceiling.
Our traditional real-wood and hand-painted finishes will stand the test of time and are often better suited for period homes. We occupy and maintain a niche of traditional craftsmanship in an industry which has more generally been replaced by ever-changing ranges of synthetic surfaces on chipboard having had a brief encounter with a cnc beam-saw, high-volume edge-bander and multi-borer. For more examples of our work, please explore our bedroom furniture selection page.