Our bespoke shaker design is popular for its clean lines and sophistication whilst appearing beautifully understated. Its square shaped door blends a traditional style of furniture with a contemporary look.
Black and white is a perfect partnership, reliably chic in every period of home. The monochrome look was a great choice for this large family kitchen in Sissinghurst, Kent, as it harmonises the different zones with an easy-on-the-eye, restful palette. The overall look is clean-cut, fresh and uplifting.
A stunning open plan family kitchen in Cranbrook, Kent. Beautifully defined with original timber beams, it oozes character and personality. The large square multi functional island houses a sink, dishwasher, integrated bins, wine rack & cooler, bookshelves and perch area allowing the rest of the space to be left open. A separate boot room and pantry means everything has it's place.
This property in St Leonards, East Sussex had a major ground floor extension, giving the kitchen area lots of natural light. It has the perfect combination of storage & workspace with enough free space to use as a fully functioning family hub. We love the bold use of grey on the island and base cabinetry, giving a look which is really clean and crisp.
This light blue & grey shaker kitchen forms the focal point of this delightful smallholding in Beckley, East Sussex. A substantial island gives the perfect viewing point for gazing over pottering chickens and cheeky goats. The range cooker and pewter handles give some subtle traditional touches to a wonderfully modern and refreshing space.
This pretty cottage in Egerton, Kent is a great example of how to use bold colour in the kitchen. Key statement pieces balanced with neutral cabinetry and sleek stone surfacing keep the colourful elements from overpowering the room allowing the rich crimson island to take centre stage.
This large family kitchen in Headcorn, Kent is wonderfully big and bright. Traditional and timeless in it's design - the perfect space to cook, to eat, to socialise and hang out with the family
This picturesque cottage in Rolvenden Layne, Kent has been beautifully renovated. The kitchen mixes neutral tones and natural woods with period features to create a contemporary, inviting and timeless space. The compact island painted in Little Greene's Juniper Ash provides the perfect place to perch with the added utility of a wine cooler & tray storage
A beautiful twin Oast house in Robertsbridge, East Sussex. Our design focused on enhancing the natural curved shape, ensuring the room flowed well and to make full use of all available space. The result is a wonderfully bright and welcoming kitchen.
Grey is such a versatile colour in the kitchen. This Tenterden townhouse demonstrates it's warmth and sophistication, the soft grey and timber mix is paired perfectly with a stunning light granite work surface. Adding a row of contemporary pendants over your island or dining space provides practical task lighting as well as adding a chic focal point
Galleys can be notoriously hard to make into a functional space. This farmhouse kitchen in Rye, East Sussex demonstrates how a neutral colour scheme lightens and brightens and by incorporating lots of workspace you can keep the look streamlined and uncluttered.
Timber detailing around cabinetry and plinths, pewter handles and a wonderful statement piece butcher's block enhances this Biddenden kitchen's period feel.
Our sociable client converted a disused garage space in their Cranbrook property into an fully functioning outside bar area. Equipped with plasma tv, sit up bar, drinks fridge, butler sink, cupboards and patio seating, 'The Sulky Dragon' takes al fresco entertaining to the next level!