The brief for this kitchen was for a solid oak country style kitchen but with minimum fuss. We designed this long kitchen with square frames and a narrow step on the doors to reduce dust traps. The design was finished off with a cream Aga, Shaw’s belfast sink, granite worktops and bespoke lighting. The island unit is a great example of a truly bespoke kitchen, with the whole frame being constructed in one piece and no joining strips.
A room with high ceilings lends itself to tall cupboards which draw the eye. Only bespoke units can be built this large with no constraint on height. This kitchen uses its large size to house a tall fridge, larder and oven unit. An Aga in an unusually shaped corner is near a deep end grain cutting block with prep sink and boiling water tap. No matter how large the room, thought must be given to how easy it is to access the cooker, the fridge and sink.
The brief for this kitchen was for a contemporary high gloss design that would lead your eye towards the stunning view. This kitchen was a awkward shape so would only lend itself to a bespoke made kitchen. The reflective detail was carried through with Macaubus quartzite which looks incredible.
Sunburst oak door panels give this traditional farmhouse style kitchen a modern twist, inspired by existing timber frame and interior doors. This kitchen is combined with a mixture of timber, concrete and stone worktops. A large belfast style sink and cream Aga finish off the farmhouse look.
The traditional framed shaker style kitchen is one of our most popular styles. A seamless frame with small bead surrounds a simple shaker style door. This kitchen is hand painted on site after having it’s quartz and walnut worktops fitted.
Ornate but delicate door mouldings give this fitted bedroom a classic look. Mirror panel doors and columns create a spacious feel. Hand painted in complementing colours with crystal and stainless steel handles and oak interiors. Storage space optimised with hanging rail, interior drawers and racks.
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Ross Road (A40)
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Something unique and interesting was the brief for this project. A desk that would fill the room but not block it off. This was why a curved desk was chosen to flow into the room. The desk area is a perfect circle with curved drawers and cupboard fronts. A solid oak worktop with hand worked leather insert sweeps away from tall glazed cupboards, displaying a pen and book collection. Just to make this piece a bit more special, burr oak veneers were used in the panels.