The design that’s most traditional in character. The moulding on the cabinet fronts is what makes Chichester feel more detailed and decorative (though not fussy) compared to Suffolk and Henley.
Sitting somewhere between Suffolk and Chichester, Henley’s capable of traditional or contemporary, detailed or minimal, or a bit of both. It’s also the only kitchen with oak as well as painted cabinetry.
Contemporary through and through, but without letting go of traditional materials and joinery, that’s Limehouse. Our sleekest kitchen it might be, but it still has a tactile, painted finish and interior oak details.
If you love the simplicity of Shaker kitchens, then Suffolk’s less-is-more principles might appeal to you most of all. It’s crisp, clean, minimal and calm with inherent Shaker practicality behind its cabinet doors.
The design process
Your dream kitchen starts (and ends) with us listening. Your designer is here to take in everything that works and doesn’t work in your existing kitchen, to absorb what your heart wants and your lifestyle needs, to analyse the space and how to get the best out of it, and to well and truly put themselves in your shoes.