Dawn Elizabeth Kitchens

Kitchens using sustainable woods

The PEFC (The Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) is the largest timber and forest certification organization in the world, its eco-label identifies woods from sustainably managed forests. The PEFC is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organisation created with the aim of promoting Sustainable Forest Management.



The FSC (The Forestry Stewardship Council) is an international non-profit organization set up to promote the responsible management of forests – worldwide. Their certification scheme helps consumers make informed choices about the timber and wood products they buy.

The woods we use in our solid-wood kitchens


Also known as American Tulipwood, Tulip Poplar or Yellow Poplar, (although it's not actually a Poplar as such). This is an American hardwood, selected for our kitchens because of it's stability and suitability for painting.


American Lime

Also known as Basswood, American Basswood, Lime or Linden; another stable hardwood with no knot bleeding problems for painted kitchens.



A beautiful wood for anyone wanting a natural wood finish. Our solid oak kitchens are either finished with a two-part/two-pack lacquer, or are oiled.



Solid pine is often used for the internal frames or carcasses of our kitchens, in places where knot bleeding would not be an issue.