We design and handcraft unique modern, contemporary & traditional Kitchens, using exceptional materials and time-honoured techniques.
Established in 1998 Mother Hubbard’s Cupboards have the experience and track record to deliver. Customer satisfaction is our focus and we endeavour to make the kitchen design and installation process as stress free as possible.
Our designer will provide a single and consistent point of reference for you throughout the process, starting with the design through to the fitting of the last handle. Mother Hubbards is based in Stanningley, near Leeds making us ideally placed to supply and install bespoke kitchens Leeds, Wetherby, Tadcaster, York, Harrogate and the wider Yorkshire area.
With kitchens starting circa £15,000 our designer will collaborate with you to design and specify your kitchen, working to balance your requirements with your allocated budget.
Whether you are looking for a traditional butt hinged face-frame Oak, or the latest acrylic hi-gloss finish, we will discuss your ideas and tailor the design of your new kitchen to suit the way you want your kitchen to look and work.
We offer hardwood engineered cabinets as an option (where budget permits) as well as the industry standard MFC cabinet option. Choose work surfaces from natural granite, man-made quartz, timber or corian.
We can supply appliances from any manufacturer, or if you prefer you can source your own appliances. Please visit our showroom to get a feel for the quality and range of products we offer.
You are sure of a warm, courteous and informative conversation with John who established Mother Hubbard’s Cupboards in 1998. In this first introductory meeting, John will gauge your requirements, explain some of the options available to you, touch on budget and advance the conversation.
At this stage we can also arrange a home visit.
Take the first step to the bespoke kitchen or bedroom of your dreams.
We are proud to have this Kitchen we designed in Guiseley, Leeds featured in the November 2017 issue of Ideal Home magazine. To find out more about the bespoke design that was featured, click below.