At Mackintosh we're very proud of our British heritage, not to mention our reputation for designing and manufacturing an outstanding range of durable, high-quality kitchens, all of which are made using the latest manufacturing techniques at our modern, purpose-built factory in Yorkshire.
But being British isn't just about geography. It's about having a forward-thinking attitude and a natural flair for ingenuity. Good British design has always set the trends and pushed the boundaries, which is something we strive to do with every kitchen we create. Wherever we can, we use British components in our Mackintosh kitchens, but to help ensure we maintain the highest possible standards, we also source materials from around the world. These are then combined and manufactured in the UK to produce a superior quality kitchen, backed up by unrivalled customer service.
Mackintosh kitchen cabinets are ‘true’ rigid kitchen cabinets. Many suppliers claim to offer rigid cabinets however these are simply flat pack units pre-assembled. Mackintosh cabinets are made using traditional glue and dowel techniques and pass through a state-of-the-art cabinet press. This results in a more robust and squarer kitchen cabinet with no visible fixings and no redundant drill holes.
Mackintosh kitchen cabinets are the hallmark of quality.
George Clarke is an accomplished and passionate architect as well as Creative Director of the architectural practice, George Clarke + Partners. In addition, he’s a writer, lecturer and TV presenter.
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