A family-run Uxbridge-based business celebrated 30 years in the trade over the weekend.
The Kitchen Company's birthday bash, in Belmont Road, turned into a customer reunion after a mention in the Uxbridge Gazette.
Speaking on the day, Chris Sutherland, the owner and director, thanked his customers and staff.
He said: “Through three recessions, and countless changes in kitchen design and interior fashion, our company has remained strong, and is a testament to the hard work and loyalty of both customers and team members alike.”
Kitchen designer Claire Roberts thought the day went well with the arrival of a few old faces.
She said: “Lots of customers from the past came in to help us celebrate and congratulate us on our success, including a customer from 1989! She is still proud of her kitchen today and showed us photos of what it currently looks like.
“We also had a work experience ‘boy’ from 22-years-ago, who popped in to wish us the best and catch up with his old boss.
“Many fitters came with their families, a toast to loyal members of the team who without their hard work, we wouldn't be the company who we are today.”
Entertainment on the day included local chef Phil Hawthorn, author of Can Men Cook?, who surprised the staff with his knowledge on the basics of cooking and served up treats.
The Kitchen Company's delivery driver, Matt Day, moonlighted on the day to entertain guests as a magician.
Ms Roberts added: “Overall, we had a fantastic day and it was great to see so many old faces - it meant a lot to know that they all wanted to celebrate with us, and we wouldn’t be here without them.”