Max Mason take a fresh and simple approach to designing your new kitchen.
Our philosophy is to make furniture which is simple, elegant and functional but most importantly reflects how you live.
Every one of our kitchens is hand made from start to finish by our team of expert craftsmen. Every client has different requirements and wishes, making every kitchen we create different but always with the same Max Mason quality, passion and precision.
Book a free consultation with a member of our creative team to start planning your new space.
Showroom exclusively at Oundle Mill
Why Max Mason?
Every Max Mason kitchen is individually designed and crafted for each of our clients to create a space which is entirely bespoke to you. Our focus is always on designing your new kitchen to suit your lifestyle whilst ensuring that each of our kitchens has the trademark Max Mason level of quality, precision and excellent craftsmanship.
We make every part of your kitchen in-house at our Northamptonshire workshop. From your initial consultation with our creative team through to your dedicated designer and project manager, we take care of all the details to deliver you a finished product of the highest level of quality.
The first appointment at the showroom is a viewing appointment for you to see and get a good feel of our three style collections, all of which are on display within the kitchen gallery displays at the Mill showroom.
Our first consultation in the showroom is all about us listening to your wishes and needs both aesthetically and practically. We will be asking lots of questions about how you use your kitchen, your cooking style, absolute must-haves, for example, you may want an island with seating as a must or you might have to leave enough space for your round 8 seater dining table and so on.
We will also want to discuss a rough budget with you at this stage.
It would be helpful to have any architectural drawings but if you don't have this then just a few photos and hand drawings with dimensions of the space is just as good.
After our first consultation, we will arrange for us to visit you on-site at your project, where possible, so we can get a good feel of the space and expand further on our initial consultation.
Once we feel we really understand your needs, we will go away and put all our discussions and plans into some CAD drawings and invite you back to the showroom for a presentation of your design along with cost quotation.
At this meeting, you will have the opportunity to make any changes you wish to the design and make decisions on colours, worktops etc...
When you are completely happy with the design, we will move onto the second phase of project planning starting with a sight survey by one of our project managers.
Throughout the design process, you will have a dedicated designer and project manager assigned to your project who will ensure every detail is looked after.
Our entire design process is free of charge. However, after our first design presentation, detailed above, to you at the showroom, we do ask for a commitment before making further amendments to the design and brief. At this stage we will be able to work with you and release all our drawings as well as moving onto full project planning, lighting and electric drawings and so on.
Consultation by Appointment Only
Tel: 01733 834 600
All of our furniture is manufactured in our Northamptonshire workshop by our team of expert craftsmen who combine age old traditional joinery with the very latest in modern technical innovation.
With uncompromising passion and over 25 years experience, our team understand the importance of always ensuring our philosophy of excellent quality and service at all times.
We also understand that creating a beautiful kitchen doesn't stop at kitchen cabinets, but the space as a whole. With this in mind, we can design and manufacture elements such as architraves, panelled walls and other architectural pieces to create a harmonious space.
We create cabinetry for other rooms such as drinks cabinets and butler's pantries for the dining room or utility and boot room spaces as well as other rooms such as dressing rooms and bathrooms.