Representing the best in kitchen furniture materials and craftsmanship, it derives its origins from the simple proportions and details of the Georgian period. Classic framing and butt hinges gives it a look which is quintessentially English, solid and timeless.
A truly beautiful and well thought out kitchen. Planned around important cooking appliances and lots of excellent storage including a walk in larder pantry. The grand ceiling height allowed us to design some show stopping full height cabinetry and the addition of a stunning polished marble effect floor really helps to compliment the cabinet colours.
We love the big sash windows which let in lots of natural light. We added a lighting sequence which works with the British seasons for when you need some additional help to get the right light levels.
The result of an extension and room reconfiguration - this gorgeous kitchen features elegant dark cabinetry with lots of natural light making it a very lovely space to be in. It taps into lots of different styles - from touches of industrial from exposed brick wall, traditional cabinetry, handles & sink and modern styling in it's finishing details. All come together perfectly.
A major extension transformed this kitchen into a magnificent, open plan family space. Flooded with light, it is so inviting. The stylish colour choices accentuate it’s warm and calming feel. Meticulous planning by the client means everything is positioned for optimal functionality and everything within it has its place. This allows for clean lines and uncluttered surfaces to let the kitchen show off it’s timeless, elegant beauty.
Grey and white are an unbeatable combination as this impressive extended home in Pluckley, Kent proves. The large, sociable and sophisticated kitchen has it all - modernity, character, space, light and well defined areas.
Set in the beautiful village of Marden, Kent this gorgeous farmhouse kitchen has it all - effortless style, lots of space, functionality and easy living.
This lovingly crafted kitchen in Smarden, Kent has it all – space, attention to detail and timeless style. Set in an elegantly extended Tudor property, the brief was for all materials to be sourced from local tradespeople. Everything in this kitchen works beautifully in harmony with nothing being left in its bespoke detailing with meticulous planning for each element of the kitchen; from the walk-in pantry to tailor made spice racks, hidden coffee station and customised plate racks through to the impressive submerged wine cellar. A cook’s dream – it includes an Aga, Wolf oven and induction top.
This beautiful blue kitchen in West Malling, Kent shows how metallics can bring a wonderful new dimension to your design. It's all in the finer details, adding subtle touches of shiny copper via the handles, lighting, bar stools and accessories to really bring the room alive. The overall look is modern, fresh and very stylish.
This kitchen in Cranbrook, Kent demonstrates a modern take on our Classic English kitchen where the colour, materials and styling really stand out. An impressive central island bridges the gap between the working and social areas of this open plan space and without wall cupboards, it has a very contemporary and open feel. High on the client’s design wish list was an inclusive office area, making this room a real hub - a relaxed, family friendly living space
Stunningly contemporary with lots of beautiful finishing and personal touches, this kitchen in Tenterden, Kent exudes a relaxed elegance that blends both style and practicality. The feature island and fabulous seating area give a focal heart to a wonderfully warm, social space
The light pours into the spacious living area of this beautifully restored Tudor farmhouse in Wittersham, Kent. The solid oak beams and beautiful views from every window provide the perfect backdrop for a beautifully proportioned, uncontrived Classic English kitchen
Set in the pretty village of Warehorne, Kent. The original chimney creates a stunning focal point for this beautifully light and spacious kitchen. Classic colour combinations offset with a solid timber flooring keep it looking elegant & timeless
A classic chocolate box thatch cottage set in the pretty village of Hartlip, Kent is full of unique charm. With low ceilings and small windows our Classic English Kitchen needed clever cabinetry design with reduced depths & hidden storage along with the right colour combinations to create a light and airy feeling of space
Set in Rye, East Sussex this kitchen highlights how light blue and timber work so beautifully together. Incorporating open shelving, plate racks and freestanding elements avoids a room full of heavy cabinetry resulting in a light and airy space.
This fantastic new build is an eco dream. Flooded with light the open plan kitchen is airy and bright. An olive green palate balanced with white gives a classic clean look. The smart compact island ramps up the functionality and creates a focal point and structure. The adjoining bench seat creates a perfect social setting.