Daniel Luckin has had a passion for creating the finest quality furniture for over 12 years.  Joined by his wife, Jenna, the pair bring their love of fine quality, traditional craftsmanship and beautiful interiors to their clients' homes. 

 

Daniel Luckin    

Design Director

In 2004 Daniel decided to opt out of his family’s farming business and follow his passion, training as a carpenter at Chichester College, West Sussex.

Beginning his career in oak frame building and learning the craft of traditional joinery, Daniel soon decided to follow a more creative avenue and began designing and building bespoke pieces of furniture which led him on to kitchens.

Daniel quickly gained a strong reputation through Sussex and beyond for his detailed work and craftsmanship and Luckin Kitchens has continued to grow since.

Jenna Luckin

Creative Director

A creative spirit with a meticulous eye for detail, Jenna studied textile design at Central St Martins, London.  After graduating, Jenna gained a wealth of experience working as a project manager for a leading soft furnishing manufacturer; consulting and creating bespoke designs for interiors designers, fabric brands and stylists.

A few years after meeting, it became apparent that the growing business needed the support of a design and project manager to allow Daniel more time in the workshop which is when the pair teamed up.  Jenna now works with clients, walking them through every element of the design and build process allowing Daniel to focus on creating his beautiful kitchens in the workshop.

 

 

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Manor Farm

 

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The workshop and showroom are located at the heart of the family farm, run by the Luckins for 4 generations. It's not unusual for a tractor or herd of cows to stroll past on any given day. The farm is on the outskirts of beautiful Arundel, a medieval market town in the heart of West Sussex, sitting amongst fields in the shadow of Arundel Castle and Cathedral.