Please look through just some of our customers recently fitted kitchens for inspiration.
Neutral, rustic and oh-so-exciting, this quintessential English kitchen does something rare: combining that charming farmhouse feel with the clean and contemporary look of a modern townhouse. And it does it without skipping a beat.
This is more than just a kitchen. This is a piece of art, a space that evokes emotion everywhere you look, all while blurring the lines between personality and practicality, fun and function.
At first glance, the combination of wooden floors, dark cabinets and marble worktops give this space all the foundations of a traditional English kitchen.
A mix of exciting colours and contrasting textures, original features and contemporary twists, this small yet mighty kitchen is packed full of fun and function everywhere you look.
Muswell Hill Kitchen
The client had a clear vision for how she wanted the kitchen to look. Big, tall storage units to accentuate the high ceilings. Bright, light cabinets to give the room a sense of space.
This kitchen is nothing short of stunning. Elm Lodge is a house that occupied its plot on the outskirts of London long before the neighbours arrived.
Cora May Kitchen
An old carpenter’s workbench complete with vice and some wall cabinets to match? When the client first approached us and asked us to include them in the design, it was certainly a first.
The sheer scale of the room commanded a grand, imposing kitchen. Surrounding its large black AGA, the fully bespoke mantle is designed to look beautiful from every angle.
One of our favourite kitchens to date, this beautiful Cotswold cottage was an absolute privilege for us to work with and we think the results speak for themselves.
Rowan Tree House
Our clients reconfigured the whole of the ground floor of the house creating a far more open plan feel for the family to enjoy. The result? This stunning family kitchen, complete with antique accents to bring everything together.
This kitchen is such a bright and light place to be even on the dullest of days. Very carefully chosen colours show you can choose two similar shades and create a striking difference between the island and the rest of the cabinetry.
This kitchen and utility room is truly classic in it’s design but with a contemporary feel that gives the whole thing a truly unique feel.
Old Glebe House Kitchen
Painted wooden handles give a traditional look whilst the clean lines of the cabinetry and integrated appliances give the whole design a contemporary feel.
Overlooking one of the most beautiful valleys in Gloucestershire, this huge oak extension was created with an Olive & Barr kitchen an absolute must for the client.
In the heart of Wiltshire, the land of long, sweeping views steeped in ancient history, this galley kitchen is a joy.
Combining fun and function, this island kitchen is the perfect place to start your day, end your evening and fill all the hours in between.
Brock Cottage Kitchen
The Clients came to us in the early spring with ideas for the new kitchen to form the heart of a very large extension to the existing Cotswold house.
Edith Villa Kitchen
This kitchen was the final piece of the beautiful re-design of this gorgeous mid-century house in Gloucestershire.
Abbots Leigh Kitchen
On the outskirts of Bristol looking over the Severn Estuary, this large kitchen we created for Dave & Sam is a beautiful space.
The striking colour combination in this galley kitchen encourages it to blur the lines between its contemporary feel and its traditional roots, creating a space full of elegance, charm and colour.
The view from the window of this reconfigured Cotswold stone cottage was stunning so we knew we had to create a design that not only kept it un-interrupted but also lent is aspect to the most advantageous ways to appreciate it.
Old Forge Close
This kitchen in the west country is designed and built using cabinetry from our Linea range. The customer was looking for a design with clean lines throughout and with a continuous plinth.