Displayed on our website for your pleasure and inspiration are photographs of our work. Every photograph has been taken in a real, working kitchen or interior; not one is a studio room set or showroom. We are extremely grateful to our clients for allowing us to return to their homes to capture these images. It is a testament to what we have achieved for our clients and we couldn’t have done it without them! From classic to modern, minimal to traditional, we have supplied stunning living spaces to many distinguished and delighted customers.
When Lou and Guy White were house hunting in the Berkshire countryside a stunning 6 bedroom barn conversion really stood out as their dream family home.
When Robert and Melissa moved into their family home in the Hertfordshire countryside they were confident that it had the potential to be their dream home. However, a little work was needed to make it perfect, with the kitchen being the main area that required improvement.
With opposing views on how their new kitchen should look, Julie and Neil’s design was focused on striking the right balance between classic features and contemporary style – the Tillingham collection in a combination of grey hues was perfect for such a brief.
The Tillingham collection was perfect for achieving Grace and Henry’s dream of an open plan family kitchen, in-keeping with the grandeur of their Georgian home. The wall panelling in the snug completes the sophisticated and inviting feel of the space.
Mr & Mrs Weston had an ambitious wish list for their dream kitchen. They wanted a bespoke, contemporary kitchen with a unique style that combined cooking space with a relaxed socialising area – the D3 collection was ideal.
Nikki and Gary were looking for a shaker style kitchen with a touch of glamour for their contemporary family home. The Tillingham collection with a hint of sparkle was perfect; a classic kitchen with a modern twist.
The generously sized kitchen island forms the core of Safraz and Zakiya’s open plan room with the wonderful warmth of walnut creating perfect balance in such a large, bright space – the perfect setting for our Grosvenor collection.
Carla and Ben wanted a kitchen that was as appropriate for family cooking as it was for Saturday night entertaining. The Belgravia kitchen, with a central island and informal seating, created a perfectly sophisticated but welcoming space.
A classic country kitchen for an 1821 country manor designed for a growing family was the perfect brief for the Fallowfield collection. Understated yet undeniably beautiful, the Fallowfield was the ideal kitchen for Peter and Sarah’s requirements.
Having landscaped the garden, Jennifer and Jim were keen to create a kitchen that overlooked their new back garden. Incorporating a drinks area and island into the design, this Kensington kitchen creates a social room overlooking the garden.
This Grosvenor kitchen ticked the boxes for our client, Jo. She wanted a distinctive walnut design that retained a sense of light. Ladder-style detailing and Marron Imperial marble helped to realise her dream kitchen.
The Kensington collection perfectly highlights the impact open-plan design can have. By incorporating a kitchen/diner, pantry, sitting area and utility room all into one space you can create a beautiful room that’s as sociable as it is practical.
Old and new were blended perfectly in the kitchen of this converted barn, and a desire for walnut features in this design made the Belgravia collection the obvious choice for such a sophisticated room.
The history of this 1740 barn was central to the design of the kitchen. The original beams and pillars had to remain, creating a magnificent timber frame in which to build this exceptional example of our Tillingham kitchen.
The Aldeburgh kitchen was designed to function as a practical food preparation area as well as forming a sociable hub of this home. The large island creates a space that effortlessly combines the two.
A contemporary, family friendly room, appropriate for high volume cooking and entertaining was the brief for this kitchen. The sleek design of the Linear perfectly balances these requirements, creating a kitchen with real impact.
A cutting edge kitchen was top of our clients’ wish list for their new eco-home. The Kensington kitchen, complete with serpentine shaped island, creates a seamless space for entertaining which perfectly fitted the brief.
The heavy use of walnut in this Grosvenor kitchen, complete with an over-sized fridge freezer, wine cooler and ovens, achieve a luxurious American feel without losing the homeliness of a traditional English kitchen.
Traditional and contemporary features combine seamlessly in the Hampton kitchen, creating a room to entertain in. The colour change lighting above the mantle and fridge makes a glamourous addition for this luxurious kitchen.
This 1850’s river facing farmhouse required a light and airy kitchen in which to relax. The Mersea kitchen’s shaker style and muted colour scheme creates a tranquil space to socialise in a room that is contemporary yet timeless.
After deciding that a total renovation was necessary on their newly acquired 1950’s bungalow, Kirsty and James had the freedom to totally update their new home. The massive revamp of the property in Bridge, near Canterbury, turned it from a dated bungalow into a farmhouse style 4-bedroom home. The focus of this renovation was the bespoke kitchen.
For Anna and Simon their Davonport kitchen had to reflect the stunning coastal location of their new beach house escape whilst also functioning as a practical cooking and socialising space for when friends and family come over. Having fully achieved their brief they can now enjoy their new home, kitchen and breath-taking views of the Essex coastline.
Perfectly comfortable in their home of sixteen years, Emma and Mark surprised themselves when they became captivated by the opportunity to renovate a Victorian property in the same area.
The kitchen of this six-bedroom Victorian property on the Essex coast required little in the way of structural changes – at 7m x 6.5m it was of more than adequate size to be a perfect entertaining space. However, the kitchen that the owners, the Lords, inherited was far from their dream space.