In the last six years, Adam Elliot has earned a formidable reputation as a leading manufacturer of bespoke kitchens and furniture, in both terms of quality of product and service. We talk to co-owners Steven Elliot Tuck and Peter Adamec.
What started out as a business looking after the needs of the local clients has now expanded, and now has clients from West Wales to the east end of London – a real success story.
Please describe your approach…
It’s about tailoring each project to the individual customer’s needs. We take the time to understand exactly what they want from their kitchen, bedroom or bespoke furniture. Only then can we be certain that the end product meets with their approval. We want the customer to be part of the process and can set up a WhatsApp group that is regularly updated with pictures and videos of furniture as it moves through the production process.
How has the company expanded?
Over the past six years we have enjoyed a steady, sustainable growth. When we got together there literally was just the two of us. We now employ six people, from cabinet makers, expert finishers, dedicated showroom staff and our local apprentice.
Can customers visit you?
Absolutely. We encourage customers to visit our showroom and workshop to see how we work. We have displays of bespoke kitchen furniture in the showroom plus working examples of Quooker taps and the ground-breaking Bora hob.
What do you think sets Adam Elliot apart?
We believe we give our customers a different kind of experience. It starts with the ability to see first-hand what you are getting, where it is made and how it is made. Read some of our Google, Facebook or Trustpilot reviews from clients throughout the country. Get in touch and experience the difference.
Bespoke Kitchens & Furniture
Unit 51, Vale Business Park
Cowbridge, CF71 7PF