For those looking for something a little different, our contemporary range is defined by its linear look and minimal detailing. It has a modern feel that is sharp, open, and uncluttered.
This renovated period house, dating back to the 1500’s has amazing views across the Weald to the coast. Our client wanted a kitchen that incorporated the old with the new, with it's furniture sitting in the building sympathetically but not to be too traditional. The end result is a contemporary edge that sits alongside the period features and Aga centre piece. We incorporated lots of clever storage including the beautiful walk in pantry.
Our client has been slowly transforming this traditional Kentish barn into a beautiful contemporary home. The kitchen project saw many walls removed to open up the space into an airy and light social area. The bespoke nature of what we do came into it's own on this project with lots of original and low level beams to work around. We created deeper cabinets to accommodate appliances so that the room remained open and spacious. The deep blue of the cabinets against the natural timber are a match made in heaven!
This lovely fresh kitchen shows how contemporary and traditional needn't be at odds. Mixing a soft colour palate, statement splash back & work surfacing with traditional touches such as tongue & groove end panels and a feature chimney all blend together for an elegant finish.
This modern extension adding fully extending bi folds has completely transformed and opened up this client's living space. Grey is a brilliant colour to make a contrasting colour sing - in this case red & grey are a winning combination.
Set in a beautiful barn in Frittenden, Kent, this light-flooded family kitchen is pulled together by simple, elegant cabinets, soft colour tones and chic inspired touches of industrial style. The island is the workhorse of the kitchen, in a contrasting colour it anchors the design and grounds the space.
With blues and greys remaining firm kitchen colour favourites, we’re seeing some competition from ‘greenery’. This lovely country house kitchen in Rye, East Sussex shows you how the elegant tones of a deep green are a perfect choice for balancing tradition with some dramatic impact for a more contemporary space.
Every kitchen should adapt to suit it's household and this unique design in Iden, East Sussex certainly does that, incorporating lots of bespoke details. The multi functional island houses a 'day' fridge, dishwasher, integral bin system, bottle dispenser, tray cupboard and breakfast bar seating - perfect for a busy family.
A mix of on trend materials, unique design ideas and a clean, crisp scheme give this contemporary style kitchen a more urban feel. Simplicity is the key to it’s look, with a focus on the raw materials.