Cornwall LivingIssue #67
A Cornish success story
We visit Camborne Joinery’s busy workshop to discover an inspiring Cornish company creating beautiful bespoke woodwork.
Sometimes, you just don’t know what lies beyond a closed door. From the outside of the unassuming front entrance of Camborne Joinery’s workshop you’d guess nothing of the hive of activity on the other side. Indeed, the very door itself is at odds with the beautiful woodwork and joinery created inside. Yet as you step inside, however, you discover an array of Cornish craftsmen and women busily hand-producing the finest joinery.
“Everything is produced onsite by the highly-skilled team, experts at creating highly-personalised items for homes in every conceivable style…”
Camborne Joinery is one of those heart-warming Cornish success stories that we often stumble upon – a small, family-run business showcasing the high level of craftsmanship we’re lucky to have here in Cornwall. Everything is produced onsite by the highly-skilled team, experts at creating highly-personalised items for homes in every conceivable style, from chunky, rugged cottages, to elegant period homes and ultra contemporary apartments.
Camborne Joinery can create brand new items to a brief or recreate parts that are no longer available or one-of-a-kind to fit a period home – from bannisters to window casements. It’s comforting to see the team take great pride in their work – always as enthusiastic about your project as you are. They work on both domestic and commercial projects, equally at home creating a new window for a cottage or an entire shop fitting.
If you have a project, large or small, that requires a bespoke finish and the advice of the expert craftspeople, why not give the Camborne Joinery team a call now? They encourage you to visit to the workshop to meet the team, discuss your project and see your creations coming to life in person.
"Everything is produced onsite by the highly-skilled team, experts at creating highly-personalised items for homes in every conceivable style..."