Our Kitchens

Have a look through our bespoke handmade kitchens below, you can take a closer look at each one, just press the see more button.

This Month’s Featured Kitchen

The Stables Kitchen

A simple, sleek design with chrome fixtures and fittings to add a modern touch. We used light coloured worktops to contrast with the dark colour of the units creating those crisp lines and a sense of space.

Pippy Oak Kitchen

A natural wood kitchen in traditional style. We used Pippy Oak, with its cats paws knot clusters which pepper the timber, to add intricate detailing which sympathises with the space’s oak beams as well as a large hand-painted island unit which adds contrast and colour.

Rose Cottage Kitchen

A slimline design to open up this space whilst disguising modern appliances behind traditional style cabinets. This shaker style kitchen carefully preserves the characteristics of this 1650s oak timber framed cottage whilst the occasional use of a bold colour creates an understated modern touch

Oakamoor Kitchen

A design which works with rather than against the space available. The white faux chimney breast complete with a traditional style over-mantle works to open up the cooking area whilst the wooden worktops add a touch of warmth to the room, complimented by the sleek grey cupboards which help add a contemporary flare.

European Oak Kitchen

A sleek, fitted kitchen with minimal wall cupboards to accentuate the sense of space. The detailing on the cupboards combined with the traditional fixtures and fittings preserves the characteristics of the former kitchen whilst the island unit accommodates the additional space whilst adding more storage and functionality.

Wolds Country Kitchen

Traditional style units complete with wooden worktops, as well as our own design of wooden knobs, create a quaint country theme which is complimented by the traditional hand-painted extractor hood at the centre of the cooking area.

Hand Painted Kitchen

A bright, modern kitchen with light Silestone worktops offers a simplicity which enhances the sense of space. A second window in this room was removed to gain some essential wall space but this bright design made sure the same level of light was preserved.

Shelton Cottage

To open up this space, our design included just one run of units along the side of the room with a traditional free-standing server on the adjacent side. This along with the faux chimney breast in the cooking area as well as the differing heights of the kitchen units work to subtly break away from the symmetry of a typical galley kitchen design, something we enhance further through the different worktops we used, having a jet-black granite in the cooking area and a warm cherry worktop on the sink unit.

The Orchard

Sleek white fitted units in an L-shape run with contrasting black granite worktops creates a contemporary style in a black and white theme. The free-standing breakfast bar with a curved granite worktop cleverly works with the space whilst providing additional storage and a little added luxuryd.

The Secret Cottage

A kitchen which compliments the quirky characteristics of this listed building, this design comprises different free-standing units in different colours with different paint finishes, cleverly enhanced by the inclusion of different worktops. All of these units are subtly linked by the cherry wood knobs featured throughout as well as the cherry work top space and the traditional cherry wood peg board.

Church House

A design with a long, traditional style run of units on either side of the room which maximises the capacity for storage whilst giving the look and feel of free-standing furniture. With cupboards carefully fitted into every alcove and corner of this room, this kitchen can accommodate an abundance of drawers, cupboards and appliances whilst enhancing rather than encroaching on the sense of space.

Oak View Farmhouse

With traditional units that compliment the cream Aga, juxtaposed with the bold, pink sink unit, the oval pewter handles and the pearl blue granite worktops, this design both echoes back to and breaks away from the traditional farmhouse kitchen.

The Courtyard


Bank House

Two traditional-style pot cupboards sit either side of the existing range cooker in this kitchen to cleverly utilise the space available whilst creating the look and feel of free-standing furniture. This is complimented by the free-standing drawer unit on the far side of the sink unit which offers the same essential storage whilst enhancing the free-standing look.

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