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House & Home Shops in Harrogate

We are a Harrogate North Yorkhire based family run Ltd company & have been working with pine for over fifteen years, supplying solid pine furniture to the both the public and trade. In store the vast majority of our products are bespoke / custom made oak, pine & beech items, hand crafted in our workshop & normally take between 2-3 weeks to build, each made to size and finished in a manor to suit your environment. Online we currently offer our catalog & flatpack supplier stock lists most items again carry a 2-3 week delivery time.

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