We love the challenge of designing an island feature for our clients … this particular one is a great example of making every square inch work! When we started work on this kitchen, our clients had a simple, achievable list of must-have features which included a larder cupboard and seating at the island with enough…Details
We love showing people around our studio and workshop in normal times, but these are not normal times. We are pretty tech-savvy as a company and for years we have been able to offer a remote design service to clients who are abroad and returning to the UK or those who find themselves too busy…Details
Yes, we do love an island design, but every now and then we are asked to do something different … such as this beautifully practical peninsula. For this expansive kitchen, our clients wanted to gain as much work surface space as possible, include some banquette seating, and were open to the idea of a no-island…Details
Caesarstone engineered quartz surfaces are available in numerous designs, some of which replicate industrial-type materials, such as concrete and natural stones. It’s important for us to see designs in large formats – after all, a kitchen island can be around three or more metres long – that’s a lot of surface area, and it’s vital…Details
As with many of our kitchens, this one may at first glance look quite simple, but we are always aware of the importance of symmetry and balance in any of our designs. It’s not just a matter of fitting in as many cupboards and appliances as required, it’s about making the layout work harmoniously within…Details
We could not be more excited about winning Best of Houzz 2020 for both Design and Service!