Our clients created a new glazed link between two parts of their home and wanted to relocate the kitchen within this space, integrating it with their existing dining area. It was important to them – and to us – that our design was in keeping with the period property, and the end result was magnificent fusion between old and new, creating a fluid link to the rest of their home. The large breakfast bar was finished in solid American walnut and incorporated a bespoke pop-up gin bar, another playful touch. This makes for a stunning showpiece, a surprising feature that acts as a real talking point.
Design ideas for a medium sized traditional kitchen in Other with a belfast sink, shaker cabinets, beige cabinets, wood worktops, white splashback, ceramic splashback, medium hardwood flooring, no island, brown floors and brown worktops.
Large traditional kitchen in Devon with a belfast sink, recessed-panel cabinets, granite worktops, coloured appliances, slate flooring, an island, grey floors and brown worktops.
Photo of a classic kitchen in London with a belfast sink, glass-front cabinets, black cabinets, white splashback, metro tiled splashback, stainless steel appliances, an island, white floors and white worktops.
The Secret Drawer
Inspiration for a large classic l-shaped kitchen/diner in Other with a belfast sink, beaded cabinets, grey cabinets, glass sheet splashback, stainless steel appliances, an island, white worktops and grey floors.
Thomas Ford & Sons
Inspiration for a large classic kitchen in Surrey with a belfast sink, beaded cabinets, green cabinets, marble worktops, limestone flooring, an island, beige floors, grey worktops and a chimney breast.
Lewis & Co.
This is an example of a traditional u-shaped kitchen in London with a belfast sink, shaker cabinets, grey cabinets, stainless steel appliances, medium hardwood flooring, an island, brown floors and white worktops.
This bespoke barn conversion project was designed in Davonport Tillingham, shaker-style cabinetry. With the 4.5m-high ceiling, getting the proportions of the furniture right was crucial. We used 3D renders of the room to help us decide how much we needed to increase the height of each element. By maintaining the features such as the old timber door from the gable; as the new door into the snug – it added character and charm to the scheme.
FOLK of LONDON
Eclectic galley kitchen/diner in London with a belfast sink, shaker cabinets, black cabinets, stainless steel appliances, concrete flooring, an island, grey floors and grey worktops.
I large bright and airy, contemporary kitchen extension adjoining the original Victorian home which is now the family dining area, with dark grey kitchen cabinets, marble splash back and shelf, oak stools and soft grey tiled floor
The Wood Works
This is an example of a contemporary u-shaped enclosed kitchen in London with a belfast sink, recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, white splashback, integrated appliances, an island, beige floors and white worktops.
Our clients are a young couple from Kent, who were extending their Victorian terrace in London. While the original property is full of quirky period features, the clean dimensions of the large, rectangular extension made the space ideal for one of our Modular Kitchens. We worked closely with our clients to select the cabinetry that best suited their needs, including a single door larder cupboard with built-in spice racks, two sets of pan drawers and a central island unit with plenty of storage. Traditional features such as the farmhouse sink and range cooker are in keeping with the character of the original property, while the client’s choice of a contemporary colour scheme simultaneously gives the space a funky, modern feel.
Photo of a large classic l-shaped kitchen in Glasgow with a belfast sink, shaker cabinets, beige cabinets, white splashback, glass tiled splashback, stainless steel appliances, light hardwood flooring, an island, beige floors and white worktops.
Beatrice Holland Designs & Interiors
Traditional galley kitchen in Sussex with a belfast sink, beaded cabinets, green cabinets, grey splashback, stone slab splashback, black appliances, medium hardwood flooring, an island, brown floors and grey worktops.
Design ideas for a medium sized scandi kitchen in London with a belfast sink, white cabinets, wood worktops, white splashback, medium hardwood flooring, beaded cabinets and metro tiled splashback.
Contemporary galley kitchen in Sussex with a belfast sink, flat-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, brown splashback, brick splashback, stainless steel appliances, medium hardwood flooring, an island, brown floors and white worktops.
Woodford Architecture and Interiors
Photo of a large farmhouse u-shaped kitchen in Devon with a belfast sink, beaded cabinets, blue cabinets, composite countertops, brown splashback, stone slab splashback, slate flooring, no island, grey floors, white worktops and integrated appliances.
Gemma Dudgeon Interiors
A colouful kitchen in a victorian house renovation. Two tone kitchen cabinets in soft green and off-white. There is also a separate pantry area separated by a crittall doors with reeded glass.
Polly Alice Design
Design ideas for a bohemian kitchen in London with a belfast sink, shaker cabinets, grey cabinets, multi-coloured splashback, an island and white worktops.
Located in the up and coming neighbourhood of Forest Hill, this renovation demonstrates that being smart with your money doesn’t have to come at the expense of quality. For the first stage of the renovation, we opened up their ground floor space, creating an open-plan layout for both their kitchen, dining room, and living area. But there’s more to this space than meets the eye. Interior fans will admire the concrete floor used throughout, but rather than the real deal, these savvy homeowners have opted for concrete tiles. This slashed the price of flooring in half, and avoided a time consuming process of laying fresh concrete. On top of this, the tiles are easier to heat, meaning no cold feet in the morning. But this isn’t the only trick they’ve employed. One of the stand out features of this kitchen is easily the wonderful crittall style doors and windows - notice we said 'style'? That’s because this home opted for aluminium frames, rather than steel. Crittall steel is trademarked, and can only be produced by one company, this means premium prices and a long waiting list. By opting for a top notch fake, this kitchen still gets the WOW factor, but without the price tag. For the rest of home, we helped lay out new floor plans for each level. Moving the bedrooms and main bathroom from the ground floor and up to the top of the house. We added in recessed storage into the showers to save on space, and included a walk in closet for the master bedroom. And finally, for those rainy days, we created two open, yet separate, living areas. Perfect for when these homeowners want to do their own thing to wind down.