The Scolt Head Pub


Client: The Scolt Head Pub
Designer: Falkus Joinery
Project type: commercial joinery – supply and fit
Joinery requirements: Bespoke doors X2 
Address: 107a Culford Road, London, N1 4HT


Joining the community

Named after a small island just off the North Norfolk coast, the Scolt Head is a charming community pub, which is held in high regard by the locals for its excellent food, extra circular activates such as swing dancing, darts, and jazz, and the friendly staff.


The requirements

In 2006 the establishment came under new management and required a few modifications and so called upon the joinery to assist with designing, building, installing the new bespoke doors for the side entrance of the pub.

Made to match

The doors were designed to match the existing pub doors, using a meranti timber and clear finish. To add a little character to the door we cut in a curved mid rail.

We hope that you enjoyed reading about this delightful project and if you have any similar joinery requirements, please do not hesitate to get in touch.




Client: Connect construction
Architect: Yellow Door
Project type: bespoke joinery – residential loft conversion
Joinery requirements: Kitchen: base units, worktops, wardrobe, framed mirror, staircase, dining bench media unit, vanity unit
Address: North London


The client

Founded in 2006 Connect Construction specializes in main contracting on projects up to circa 500k and carpentry and general build subcontracting up to £1m.

Having fostered a successful business relationship when working on previous joinery projects together, Connect Construction approach the joinery with their latest project requirements. We were asked to carry out the following joinery works for a residential loft conversion: kitchen, base units, worktops, wardrobe, framed mirror, staircase, dining bench, media unit, and bathroom vanity unit. 


Our approach

Being a residential project, we knew that we would need to work as quickly as possible so as not to disrupt the family’s day-too-day home life.

From start to finish the duration of the project lasted eight weeks. Being a compact space we knew that we would need think about designing clever storage solutions. This would help keep clutter to a minimum and to help make the most of the space and create the illusion of a large bright space.

The loft floor plan

Mildmay joinery drawing

The gallery




Cupboard and draw unit


Kitchen view


Kitchen view





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Cannon Park


Client: Jerram Falkus
Residential joinery project: Cannon Park 
Architect: RG+P
Project type: Design and build, housing development
Joinery requirements: Kitchen full fit-out, bathroom, bedroom 
Address: Cannon Hill Lane, Morden, London


The client

Jerram Falkus Development is a subsidiary of the Jerram Falkus Construction Group, which primarily focuses on the acquisition, renovation or construction of residential properties.

Having a close link to the company they approached the joinery and tasked us with their latest residential joinery project.


Custom made kitchen

Located in idyllic suburbia, we worked with a mix of five detached and semi-detached new build and existing properties. We set the below objectives:

  • Supplying and installing five Kitchens, including solid white HI_Macs worktops and island tops
  • Five utility rooms, with contrasting grey matt/gloss doors (matt on the island units, gloss on the base and wall units)
  • Integrated appliances
  • HI MAC tops in Nordic White with undermounted stainless steel sinks and drainer grooves in worktop
  • Pop up electrical sockets in the island units
  • Pull out larder units
  • Bespoke cloakroom unit to enclose boiler and pipework
  • Bespoke housing to boilers to match kitchen units
  • Hob splashbacks- stainless steel by Smeg
  • The fronts were a combination of T&As #238 A New Level Grey, #352 Flood Stone, White Carcasses Bar handles and AEG Appliances.

Bespoke bathroom vanity units

The project also included Whit HI_Macs bathroom surfaces.

Bedroom refurbishment

Skirting and windows were installed by Falkus Joinery


If you have any residential joinery projects that you would like to discuss with this we’d love to hear from you.

The Great Northern Railway Tavern


Client: The Great Northern Railway Tavern
Project type: Hospitality joinery – beer servers
Joinery requirements: Redesigning and producing beer servers 
Location: North London


The client

Recently, we were tasked by The Great Northern Railway Tavern to redesign their beer holders, and being fanatical about beer we jumped at the chance. Their existing holders were made with oak which darkens and rots over time when exposed to moisture and they were in desperate need of replacements.

Choosing the materials

When taking into consideration the elements that the servers were going to be exposed to we wanted to ensure that the server would be able to withstand moisture and heavy-duty use.


The results

Here you can see commercial director Will and his family putting them to good use, and just in time for hop season. Mission accomplished!


We hope you enjoyed reading about our latest project. If you have any questions or would like to discuss any upcoming projects – get in touch today. 



Client: TwentyTwentyone/Childsply chair
Designer: Robin Day
Project type: Supply and demand
Joinery requirements: Custom wood chairs for mass production
Address: London

The client

Due to a lack of well-designed furniture TwentyTwentyone (TTO) felt that it was important to delve into this sector and create a custom made chair with a simple design that could be mass produced efficiently using only a single sheet of plywood. After much planning project Childsply was born, to highlight the gap in the market.


Do these custom wood chairs look familiar?

If you’re wondering where you might have seen this chair before, you’ve got it. It is of course from the 1999 Robin Day, The Childsply exhibition. Robin Day is renowned for many of his designs but is perhaps most well known for his Polypropylene stacking chairs that fills schools and hospitals up and down the country. At the time this was seen as an ingenious invention and was made to mass production.

Original design

The original design for the chair was leased to TTO by the Robin Day trust, with incredibly strict terms, stipulating that the design needed to be replicated exactly, right down to the very last detail with no deviation.


A spanner in the woodworks

Despite being a simple design and cutting pattern the project proved to be more complex than first anticipated, and so the design team called upon the assistance of the Joinery and commissioned us to produce an initial batch of 50 chairs, solely for internal use, but with a view to mass produce the custom wood chairs in the UK.

Knowing that The Child’s Ply Chair had to be cut from only one sheet, leaving very little waste. Falkus Joinery gathered their best joiners and produced an assembly line production method that allowed us to create 50 chairs in batch at one time.

Although this was a small requirement, there was a lot of thought and skill that went into the production and the clients were pleased with the results.

If you have a similar project that you wish to discuss, please do not hesitate to get in touch for advice and a free quote.



Client: WAWA
Designer: Richard Ward
Project type: Custom made furniture | Mass production
Joinery requirements: Rocking chairs 
Address: 1 Ezra St, London E2 7RH

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WAWA rocking chairs blurred close up

The client

WAWA is a high-end bespoke sofa and chair manufacturer, who work with a mix of both modern and traditional materials. Each piece is uniquely tailored to complement their clients’ individual style and flair.

When WAWA launched their modern folding rocking chair design they struggled to find a manufacturer that could mass produce this complicated design efficiently and affordably.

Joinery requirements

It was then that WAWA approached the Joinery and tasked them with replicating their iconic rocking chair. So using the designer’s original drawings we hit the workshop and began works on replicating the existing chair.

We applied modern joinery techniques by moving all machining to the CNC machine to maximise the production. This also allowed Falkus Joinery to add the makers mark to each chair.

WAWA rocking chairs in the workshop
WAWA rocking chairs logo close up


The design itself didn’t require any altering which is unusual for such a complicated design. When working with chairs we often come across common design flaws but on this occasion, nothing needed to be altered which is a testament to its design.

Known for its robust yet warm qualities, we agreed that the American Beech would be an ideal timber for this project as it provides both quality and longevity for the user.

The results

for the finish, we used a specialist one cost system called Monocoat from Rubio. This is a wood protection system that works on a molecular level.

Both client and joiner we’re satisfied with the end product and as a result, we have continued to enjoy a healthy working relationship and continue to manufacture their chairs.

The client was so happy with the end results that they even produced this video to document the process.

handmade wooden chairs

We hope you enjoyed reading about our latest project. If you have any questions or would like to discuss any upcoming projects – get in touch today. 



Client: Tug Agency
Architect: Goode Architecture
Project type: Design and build
Joinery requirements: Design and build a kitchen island, discreet sliding doors, breakout desks, and paneled storage units
Address: 3rd Floor Victoria House, 1 Leonard Circus, London, EC2A 4DQ



Tug agency

The client

We were approached by digital media and SEO agency Tug to refurbish their client & Staff kitchen areas. This included designing and building an island unit, designing and building discreet sliding doors, breakout desks, and panelled storage units made using meranti and veneered tops.

The materials

The style throughout was a traditional Shaker solid tulip wood framed doors, matched with worn Concrete worktops. All of the joinery was finished o match F&B Studio Green.

Tug agency
Office refurbishment

The results

FJL work closely with the architect Melanie Goode to devise a solution that met the brief.

After a 12 month project the client was thrilled with the end result and subsequently we have gone on to price for additional work. 

Joinery gallery

Tug agency
Tug agency
Tug agency
Office refurbishment
Office refurbishment
Tug agency
Tug agency
Tug agency

We hope you enjoyed reading about our latest project. If you have any questions or would like to discuss any upcoming projects – get in touch today. 



Client: Insight Projects
Architect/Designer: Brian Streatfield
Project type: Commercial joinery
Joinery requirements: Reception desk and meeting room table
Address: Al Rayan Bank, 44 Hans Cres, London SW1X 0LZ


The client

This project consisted of a range of different pieces including 90% mirror gloss meeting room table and surrounding paneling. [above], mirror gloss office desk, colonnade, reception and meet and greets desks and Italian leather panels.

The process

Ebony Macassar veneer was selected and sourced and sequenced matched with the sap remove.  With the exception of the stone reception desk the joinery was finished with a clear polyurethane and hand buffed to reach a 90% sheen.


We hope you enjoyed reading about our latest project. If you have any questions or would like to discuss any upcoming projects – get in touch today. 



Client: Jerram Falkus Construction
Architect: Cullinan Studios
Project type: Supply and fit 
Joinery requirements: 
French oak veneered kitchens, vanities, fitted wardrobes, cedar privacy screens, and solid French oak stairs and tall balustrades
Address: Baldwin Terrace Residential, 2 Baldwin Terrace, N1 7RU

bespoke staircases

The client

A complete refit of a north London office, previously occupied by the associated architects Edward Cullinan, turning the old factory into 12 self-contained flats including 2 penthouse apartments.

The key areas of joinery in this project were French oak veneered kitchens, vanities, fitted wardrobes, cedar privacy screens, and solid French oak stairs and tall balustrades.

The process

The kitchens were constructed from oak veneered birch ply, finished in a dark wenge stain with handleless doors, brush stainless steel plinths, white quartz worktops and back painted toughened splashbacks.

FJL also manufactured and installed a solid Sapele fire rated acoustic ceiling in the communal areas.

4 floating solid timber stair sets were installed in the ground the duplexes and Cedar privacy screen [pictured above] divided the balcony spaces.


We hope you enjoyed reading about our latest project. If you have any questions or would like to discuss any upcoming projects – get in touch today. 



Client:Redwood Contractors/Paragon
Hutchison Kivotos Architects
Project type:
Clothworkers’ Hall, supply & fit
Joinery requirements: 
male and female cloakroom refurbishment
Dunster Court, London, EC3R 7AH


The client

Falkus joinery supplied and fitted a range of joinery for Clothworkers’ Company male cloakroom refurbishment and subsequent second phase including joinery for the female cloakroom and replace the original door with a highly secure solid cherry door set.

The materials

The first phase items included building an American cherry solid and veneered cloakroom counter with a bronze countertop, sequenced Cherry veneered cubicle doors and solid cherry frames. Solid cherry mirrored vanity units and matching metal and cherry veneer pigeon hole unit.


The results

The finish throughout was a mixture of 20% clear AC lacquer, and white PU lacquer with other material including Forbo desktop material and powder coated metal.

We hope you enjoyed reading about our latest project. If you have any questions or would like to discuss any upcoming projects – get in touch today. 



Client: National Trust -The Homewood
Patrick Gwynne
Project type: 
Restoration Joinery
Joinery requirements: 
Rebuild and restore fitted furniture
North London

Homewood restoration

Wardrobe Joinery-drawing

The client

Hidden between the trees of a heavily wooded site on the Esher Common, stands the naturalistic yet eye-catching house of the Gwynne family, lovingly named the Homewood. Constructed in 1938, this iconic house is famed not only for its inhabitants but also for its breathtaking woodland garden and striking design. Throughout the seasons the gardens display a neverending wave of colours which has drawn in and delighted the public over the years.

The process

During the off-season, the Natural Trust approached the Joinery via a recommendation, in 2001, and asked them to assist in the restoration of the fitted furniture and the reconstruction of the master bedroom along with a hand full of additional bespoke joinery items.

Working from original drawings and pictures, sourced directly from the RIBA Library, the team were thrilled to have the opportunity to work on such an iconic project that they sharpened their chisels and go to work.


The results

Although the specification was varied, the project included birch ply panels and tambour door wardrobes that acted as room dividers. Patrick Gwynne was heavily involved throughout the projects and hand selected the veneers to match the original joinery that had been removed in the years following the original sale.

We hope that you enjoyed reading about the project, and if you have any questions or would like to discuss your own restoration project with us, get in touch.

We hope you enjoyed reading about our latest project. If you have any questions or would like to discuss any upcoming projects – get in touch today. 



Client: Max Fordham
Edward Cullinan
Project type: custom made wood furniture – supply and fit 
Joinery requirements: building additional desk, storage and seating units
Address: 42 Gloucester Crescent, NW1 7PE


The client

Max Fordham is a sustainable environmental engineering practice, who specialize in mechanical engineering, environmental design and building physics. Due to the rapid growth of the company, the team were in need of additional storage units and desk space and commissioned the manufacture of custom made wood furniture. 

Due to our central London location we were able to manufacture and build this custom made unit and deliver it within four weeks. 

Our process

Working from a combination of architect’s drawing and sketch up model supplied by the client the joinery successfully completed two phases of the Max Fordham fit out. The workshop produced storage units, desks, as well as the upholstered reception bench with a display shelving.  Through this project we used a combination of veneered American white Oak MDF and solid American oak. 

Max-Fordham client exterior

The layout

The office space started directly behind this reception bench, following the entire perimeter of the old piano factory, and the upholstered padded back and insulated cavity also acted as a sound baffle to mitigate the associated noise of a large rotunda building. The reception desk was designed to divide the open circular layout of the building into a clear reception area.

We hope you enjoyed reading about our latest custom made wood furniture project. If you have any questions or would like to discuss any upcoming projects – get in touch today. 



Client: Benoy Ltd
Benoy Ltd
Project type: Office fit out | supply and fit 
Joinery requirements: Build and install office furniture 
Address: 1 Monkwell Square, London, EC2Y 5BL

bespoke furniture London

The client

Benoy are a world class architecture practice, celebrated for their creative and commercial viability and vision.  Due to the companies rapid growth they were in need of an office revamp and required new custom made furniture and desks to accommodate the team. 

Having heard of the joinery’s reputation, Benoy commissioned the workshop to carry out the works for their new London office. 

Joinery requirements

The client were mindful of future proof the space and therefore required durable furniture that was both comfortable and stylish.

Using a hard wood American Ash to ensure durability, we colour matched the timber to be consistent with leather upholstery and Polyrey laminates. Then using traditional joinery jointing methods to reduce mechanical fixings to achieve the finished product. 


The results

Benoy-custom-made office desk
bespoke joinery-bench-seating
Custom-made-bench seating-unit

We hope you enjoyed reading about our latest project. If you have any questions or would like to discuss any upcoming projects – get in touch today.