John Lewis of Hungerford was established in 1972 when craftsman John Lewis decided to rent a small property which he lovingly transformed into a workshop. His designs were such a success that within 6 years Lewis transferred the business into a larger factory, where it continued to thrive. In spite of its success, the company has stayed true to its humble beginnings. All John Lewis of Hungerford kitchens are produced from start to finish on-site, using materials from sustainable and ethical sources.
In 1997 the artisan kitchen company expanded into a more accessible and affordable quality kitchen range; the original, the shaker and the urban. 2014 saw the company add the luxury Pure kitchen to its range, which has since won awards for its streamlined and subtly retro design.
John Lewis of Hungerford claims to have the most durable kitchen cabinets in the world, thanks to their own exclusive paint formulas which are available in 92 unique shades. The company’s gloss and satin eggshell shades have been awarded the highest rating possible from SATRA Technology Centre, approving John Lewis of Hungerford kitchens for heavy usage. For this reason, an approved used John Lewis of Hungerford kitchen is a clever buy that will stand the test of time.