Over 25 Years Experience
Hollywood Furnishings has been established twenty five years ago by Michael Hollywood in the heart of the Sperrin Mountains, Mountfield, Omagh in County Tyrone.
We are a family run business with extensive experience and skills in designing, manufacturing and fitting of bespoke, handmade inframe kitchens, bedrooms bedrooms and utilities for clients across Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland.
All our kitchen, utility and bedroom furniture are made to order in our factory by our skilled craftsmen with special care and attention to detail.
If you are looking for a bespoke traditional or contemporary kitchen made out of the highest quality materials then we are here to help.
"If you can visualise your dream kitchen of what you want it helps massively with the crafting process". That was twenty five years ago when I first began Hollywood Furnishings with one skilled labour and myself. From then on-wards I knew I had begun my lifelong job making other people's kitchen and bedroom dreams a reality. Every kitchen, bedroom and utility is bespoke, designed with creativity and first class quality materials.
Hollywood Furnishings provides bespoke, first class quality and affordable products.
Ahead of the Curve
Hollywood Furnishings are one of very few kitchen furnishing businesses which are specialists in designing and making customised curve-ending kitchen units and doors. It is a very detailed craft, which requires exceptional skills and attention to detail. The wood is shaped and bent in a special machine and then the sections and layers are laminated.
We have even created our own cone-shaped `end of unit` veneered design. The curved doors and units are unique to a kitchen and utility making it stand out. Hollywood Furnishings have a wide range of wood to state a few; beech, maple, oak, ash and much more.
Alongside designing and manufacturing many kitchens, bedrooms and utilities for homes, Hollywood Furnishings also supply carcasses and doors to kitchen companies for more information get in touch!