Congratulations to James Mullins who has landed a rarely available position in one of Britains top furniture making craft workshops. Kaizen Furniture makers are not a well known name, they work from small premises in London but they supply highest quality furniture to private clients all over the world. Refits for a Jordanian palace, fitted furniture for a pop star, refits for Russian Oligarches, all have been done quietly and competently in this highly skilled workshop. Kaizen is named after a Japanese word for constant improvement, its founding partners Bill Schilling and Antonius Wubben will be really testing this poor young man, I just hope he can hold up in the fires of commercial furniture making.
Working with Kaizen will be a challenge for James, this is an efficient quick moving workshop but this is a challenge that several of our previous students now working in top class workshops have been through and emerged as first class makers. Andrew Varah Furniture, Silver Lining, Waywood Furniture Makers are three others that now know that students that we have trained have the attitude and the basic skills to become highly skilled and valued furniture makers. Well done James, I am proud of you. Now you really will need to work your cotton socks off….