Two local brothers have expanded their business and taken on a shop unit in the historic town of Beverley.
The business was formed as a partnership between brothers Matthew Galvin and Andrew Galvin back in March 2012 building on their Father’s 61 years of joinery and cabinet making experience.
Matthew, who designers the furniture said;
“Since our launch online in November 2012 the business has built an international reputation and expanded already to extend into larger workshops and will soon start an apprenticeship scheme.”
“Our designs celebrate the uniquely wonderful properties of English Oak and other solid woods, placing traditional joinery techniques at the centre of contemporary forms, functional objects with a twist.”
“We have appeared in the national and international press 30 times and were nominated in our first year for the prestigious Designer of the Year in the Elle Deco British Design Awards.”
“The shop on Flemingate is our first retail space and brings together all the Galvin Brothers furniture, as well as homewares, gifts, objects and curiosities; products that share some or all of those properties that define our high-quality furniture.”
“We see the plans for the Flemingate development as a great opportunity to revitalise this area of town and want to be part of it, it is exciting times in this part of Beverley.”
Galvin Brothers arrival to Flemingate comes Bijou Homes that opened for business back in October 2012, Matthew added;
“This is a great location and with us and the other shops, there are plenty of things for shoppers and visitors to Beverley to browse in this part of the town.”
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