Nothing brightens up our day more than seeing our email inboxes filled with photos from our happy customers. It is always great to know that our precision engineered kitchens are being put to good use!
Arty shots of kitchens are all well and good, but sometimes, just viewing a kitchen which has been photographed by a kitchen lover and user, not a professional, truly and transparently shows the quality of the cabinets as well as the beauty of the design.
With our ethos of ‘Nothing Hidden’, we’ve compiled a gallery of photographs that were recently sent us by customers showing what our kitchens look like in real homes.
With Cherry frames to give a super-smooth finish, this traditionally styled kitchen features bespoke voids for plumbing and piping to run through the kitchen without hindering space, and an entirely made-to-measure shelf unit as a purpose built place for wine glasses, bottles and cookery books.
This kitchen was delivered in our Component form, giving the customer the freedom to assemble, paint and fit their kitchen at their own pace.
This kitchen benefits from a super stave solid Oak worktop, pre-oiled at our workshop in our hot oil dip tank. Complementing the worktop are solid Oak upstands with tailor-made matching Oak window sills. This client added our 50mm Oak hand-turned doorknobs as a finishing touch to this elegant kitchen.
Featuring smooth solid Oak fronts that add a clean, simple accent to the kitchen, this minimalist design is highlighted by recessed handles on the drawers. Created out of Appalachian White Oak, the most sought after of timbers, we lined up the staves, making the grain run gracefully along the entirety of the kitchen.
This unique design has been lacquered with our water and stain resistant treatment. Not only does it promote the natural glow of White Oak, it ensures longevity. Hidden within the tall, full-length cupboards are neat pull-out shelves on soft close runners.
Precisely designed and manufactured using our state-of-the-art manufacturing processes, the cabinet face-frame perfectly aligns with cabinet doors. The minimalist style of this kitchen creates added visual space, the uncomplicated design means multiple wall units can be used without the kitchen looking too fussy.
Wanting the grain of our timber to be prominent throughout the kitchen, the cabinets feature solid Oak doors, drawers and frames. This light coloured kitchen contains Walnut hand-turned door knobs to provide a contrasting yet refined finishing touch.
This kitchen was primed and painted at our workshop using our two part paint system. The customer asked for the kitchen to be delivered unassembled.