We have decades of experience and consistency in the luxury bespoke furniture market. It takes many years to develop the experience needed to be able to consistently achieve the highest quality in design, construction and finish.
You can have confidence in our ability to perform at the highest level and we only work at the luxury end of the furniture and fitting markets. Our makers are never asked to compromise quality.
In addition to our quality of design and production you can be assured of our outstanding service. We pride ourselves on our open communication throughout the enquiry, design and the manufacturing processes.
You will always be able to contact our team in the Whitby office, via phone or email, to answer any questions you may have.
MAW Managing Director, Heath Chadwick is available by appointment to visit clients for consultations and enquiries about new and progressing projects. He may, on occasion, be accompanied by members of our in-house design team to assist.
All our furniture is carefully wrapped and protected at the workshop prior to delivery. It is then loaded by us into one of our vans and delivered directly to you. Our own experienced delivery men will unwrap and position your furniture and then dust it carefully and remove all packaging from site.
If the furniture needs comprehensive assembly, the maker will travel to put it together to ensure it all runs smoothly. We often deliver to the continent and have our work exported all over the world in tailor-made crates built at the workshop.
Some companies do not fit their own furniture, either because they don’t have the resources to do this, or they do not have the specialist craftsmen to carry out this type of work. We have the enviable ability to handle large fitted projects from libraries to dressing rooms to kitchens and commercial bars and hotels. On the larger projects the senior maker will assemble a small team of makers to ensure a clean and precise quality fit.
At Mark Asplin Whiteley our forte is to be able to engage with innovative technology, processes and trends. This is an ongoing process of research and development using our pragmatic problem-solving approach to push back the boundaries of design, construction and finishing. The materials and processes in furniture production are constantly evolving and we accept the challenge to stay on top of these developing industry trends.
We engage enthusiastically with new developments such as 5-axis CNC technology and working with new inert substrate materials to which veneers, lacquer or metallised finishes are applied. We have extensive experience with the use and application of metal elements such as marine grade stainless steel, gold, nickel plated and patinated brass, anodised metal finishes and mirror finished metals.