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…
23 Stylish Ways to Include Shelving in Your Kitchen
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 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!
We have been featured on Houzz on one of their fabulous kitchen tours. Read more below: Kitchen Tour: A Classic Shaker-style Kitchen and Utility Room
Lovely article featuring one of our kitchens painted in Lamp Black with Burnished Brass hardware
This cabinet boasts plenty of usable storage. Below the quartz worktop sit three drawers with small spice drawer each side and bespoke tea trays below. As a standard, our larders would have half sized storage racks attached to doors, couple of power points at the back and also motion-sensor lights near the top. In this…
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.
Nice article from Utopia kitchens featuring one of our kitchens we installed in Hampshire with a huge Lacanche cooker
We love our Rodenhurst American style kitchen, with its elegant cabinetry and regal colour scheme. It has recently been featured on The Kitchen Think, please do take a look. The Kitchen Think