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beautiful handmade 

When choosing an off-the-shelf kitchen you will always have to compromise on design in order to fit the units into the available space. This is because you are limited to a set of pre-built size options. By choosing a bespoke handmade kitchen, you can get the exact kitchen that you want.

A bespoke kitchen is specifically designed to fit the area available. This means that space can be maximised and units adapted to incorporate all the nooks and alcoves that may exist. You don’t need to compromise on materials either as you can choose the wood you like in the colours and finishes that you prefer.

With a bespoke kitchen you can also add many additional features that you may not find in an off-the-shelf kitchen, such as deeper worktops and units, different height units, and inventive solutions to hiding appliances, boilers and other less attractive elements.

Our experienced team will work closely with you through every step of the journey, from the initial design and consultation through to the build and installation. We can handle the whole process, ensuring that you are kept informed throughout and assuring you of an excellent end result.

You can read about some popular kitchen styles or view examples of kitchens that we have worked on in the image gallery below.  

different types of kitchens

Shaker Style

The timeless clean lines and balanced proportions of a shaker kitchen are extremely popular and work well in many different styles of property. Our skilled craftsmen can help you to plan and design a beautiful shaker style kitchen to suit your home.

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Sleek and modern, a contemporary kitchen design often favours a minimalist approach. Clean lines are achieved through design that is paired back to a minimum, doors are flat with simple streamlined or invisible handles.

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With their classic lines and fine detail traditional kitchens often have a more formal, elegant look that works really well in period homes such as Georgian or Victorian with their often high ceilings.

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Comfortable, cosy and practical – a farmhouse kitchen is the archetypal kitchen where families and friends gather together around a big table to chat, do homework, have a coffee or eat a meal together.

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“Our house incorporates different styles of building including Georgian and Victorian. Stephen has restored several of the windows and has been extremely good at retaining the historic style. Two of the bays have beautiful wooden arches, Stephen replaced the rotten wood and re-glazed these achieving an exact replica of the original window. We are very pleased with the work that he has done. ”

Richard and Joanna Bacon