The timeless, elegant symmetry and scale of our English kitchen is inspired by the classical tradition and the work of Inigo Jones, an architect of the early modern period. The key features are freestanding pieces of furniture, such as Cook’s Tables and China Cabinets, and a variety of other pantry and storage cupboards. By using differing materials and colours a traditional or more contemporary look can be achieved.
This contemporary interpretation of our Classic kitchen has flat panels and delicate round moulding to the doors. The sink and preparation areas are often designed as grand freestanding pieces. Large, open cooking areas teamed with generous work surfaces are perfectly suited to today’s open-plan living.
This design takes its name from the early 20th century design movement. The style is contemporary, but has within it references to the past. The curves and rolled edges suggest controlled exuberance and refined glamour. This meticulously crafted furniture, with its emphasis on exquisite materials such as glass, marble, rare granite, walnut and steel, is the perfect marriage of traditional and modern. Signature features, such as the curved island and bespoke curved extractor, provide this kitchen design with an organic, sensuous edge.
The clean, sleek lines of our Architectural kitchen are accentuated by long elevations, built-in cupboards and rows of overhead top lockers. We place the utmost value on the natural beauty of materials, carefully selecting only the most delicately grained natural timber, enhanced by optional chrome inlays. Whilst more contemporary, this calm well-ordered kitchen embodies the ideals that lie behind all our furniture.
The raised and fielded panelled doors and recessed drawer fronts of our Classic kitchen echo the beautiful embellishments of grand Georgian and Victorian architecture. Well-suited to the more traditional home or large country house, this kitchen design is often finished in heritage paint colours.
This kitchen can be truly bespoke, matching features and details of the client’s property within the furniture. An impressive chimneypiece, panelling, skirting and architrave details are hallmarks of this style.