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…
A breakfast cupboard is a clever way of keeping the morning rush for breakfast a bit more organised and tidy than it might otherwise be
An island is a must-have for today’s kitchen. It’s not just a sociable addition, it’s a highly practical and useful feature too
Is there a difference between a pantry and a larder? Sometimes a tricky question, but here’s our interpretation.
Our lovely Godalming Surrey Shaker kitchen has been featured in Real Homes. They have chosen to show our window seat as part of their feature on ways to create rustic country charm in your home. https://www.realhomes.com/design/traditional-kitchen-design-ideas
A larder cupboard is the heart of a kitchen and it’s where all your everyday supplies can be found
A boot room can be compared to a utility room or a boiling water tap – if you haven’t got one you may not miss it, but once you’ve got one you will wonder how you ever managed without!
Real Home: the renovation of this 100-year-old home was a labour of love
Lovely article featuring one of our kitchens painted in Lamp Black with Burnished Brass hardware
Glamorous 20th century finishes and materials mix with quality craftsmanship in this 19th century home, paying homage to the property’s Arts & Crafts heritage. Knocking through the wall into the garage helped create this daring open-plan kitchen. Painted in Little Greene’s Basalt, with eye-catching Fusion Blue granite worktops, gold-toned travertine splash-backs and burnished brass handles.