Fitted Bedroom Furniture & Home Offices from Custom World in Stalbridge

Why Custom World for your Fitted Furniture for your bedroom or office?

Custom World were established in 1982 and manufacture their fitted furniture in a small town about 30 miles from Stalbridge, in Wimborne on the Ferndown Industrial Estate Dorset. Custom World are proud of their excellent reputation and ever thankful to the many customers that give us testimonials directly and with checkatrade. Don't worry about the distance, because our designers will visit you and 'bring the showroom to your home' to provide a completely free design survey.

Custom World create fitted furniture for you home and here are some examples of what we make: Fitted bedroom furniture, sliding door wardrobes, home offices and studies, fitted lounge furniture, storage solutions, pull down beds, walk in wardrobes, fitted bathroom furniture, renew wardrobe doors, children's cabin beds, kids storage solutions, fitted shelves and shelf units, made to measure free standing furniture and more.

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To find out a bit about the history of Stalbridge visit this website here - History or Stalbridge and the Stalbridge County Council website.

Fitted Furniture in Stalbridge, Dorset - Bedrooms, home offices, studies, sliding door wardrobes hinged doors and more...

A bit about Stalbridge...

There was a settlement near Stalbridge in Roman times. The town has a 15th century church with a 19th century tower, dedicated to Saint Mary and designed by T. H. Wyatt, which overlooks the town from a hill. The town has had market rights since the time of King George I, though it has not held a regular market for many years. In the town centre stands a 10 metre (30 ft) tall market cross, said to be the finest in the country!

Stalbridge is a small town and became a town in 1992. The town is situated in the Blackmore Vale area of North Dorset district, near the border with Somerset. In 2001 the town had a population of 2,579, and is still growing, with just over 30% of the population being retired. The nearest towns are Sturminster Newton, four miles south east, Sherborne, six miles west, and Shaftesbury, seven miles north east. The town is situated on the A357 road on a low limestone ridge, one mile west of the River Stour.