Market Sectors

residential and commercial solid surface solutions


Being the longest established solid surface fabricator in the Northeast, we have worked on a variety of different commercial projects since launching in 2001. Our expert fabricators always accept a challenge to work on any creative brief. From hospitals, and schools to bespoke seating areas and wayfinding units, we have a vast array of products that will provide a solid surface solution, in any commercial development.

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For over two decades MSF have worked with some of the largest names within the kitchen studio market, providing traditional and contemporary in-house displays, product samples and excellent customer service. With readily available literature from each of our solid surface suppliers, and frequently updated sample cases we are always on hand to offer advice, guidance, and our own expert opinion on any kitchen project, big or small.

Kitchen Sector Callerton


Solid surface is the future of washroom renovations, its non-porous, easy to clean and hygienic making it the perfect material to prevent germs and bacteria spreading. Since we launched, we have always worked within the washroom sector, organically growing our wash trough and vanity unit portfolio, executing new designs and predicting upcoming trends.

Washroom Sector Dunham’s


Solid surface has been an increasingly popular choice for residential accommodation kitchens and bathrooms. Over the years we have worked on luxury projects with over 700 plots, as well as bespoke communal kitchens and reception areas within this sector. Because Student Accommodation projects can range from several bespoke luxury apartments to newly built student halls, we understand that budgets are set, and targets must be met, so we offer competitive quotes and prices so that your end goal can be achieved in the most cost-effective way.

Student Accommodation Farrell Furniture


A relatively new sector we have been operating in has been the internal fit out of new and renovated mosques. Traditionally materials like tiles, terrazzo, porcelain, and stone have been used within the interior and exterior of the mosques for centuries. However, all these materials have visible joins and involve grouting which can be difficult to clean and maintain in such extravagant areas. As time has gone on architects have tried to incorporate materials that still scream opulence but are ultimately sustainable and long lasting.

Mosque Sector Fountain