Jeffrey Deane developed a strong passion for cabinetmaking, when he was introduced to woodwork in secondary school and after completing his leaving cert, he decided to train as an apprentice in cabinetmaking with a well established local firm. In 2007, Jeffrey Deane diversified to shop fitting working for firm in Cork city this allowed him to fine tune and expand his skill set. Taking all the knowledge and expertise he developed while working in the industry Jeffrey Deane established Jeffrey Deane Fitted Furniture in 2009. The business has grown from strength to strength thanks to repeat business and word of mouth.

How We Work

Jeffrey Deane Fitted Furniture provides high quality hand crafted fitted furniture with a friendly personal service for any room in your home or business. We will exceed your expectations by delivering exceptional work on time and at a price you can afford. We offer a wide range of contemporary, modern and traditional designs tailor made to suit your needs.

Here in our state of the art joinery workshop in Dunmanway, West Cork, Jeffrey Deane Fitted Furniture designs and manufactures all our custom built fitted furniture for both private and commercial clients. We involve our clients in every aspect, from choosing materials, designing and planning our client’s high quality bespoke fitted furniture, it is important to us to ensure the finished product is practical, functional and exactly what our client’s desires. Every piece of furniture produced by Jeffrey Deane Fitted Furniture is done with huge pride, attention to detail and commitment to client satisfaction.

We offer a free no obligation home consultation on all our products and services. All our quotations are accompanied with CAD drawings to give a realistic view of the proposed project. We understand the demands on our client’s time so we are available at anytime outside of office hours including weekends, to meet and answer our client’s needs.


‘We will maximise your storage space with a beautiful hand crafted piece of fitted furniture.’