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Here is a sneak peek of recently photographed kitchens which will soon be featured in interiors magazines. (We hold off sharing the whole project until it has been published in the press.)

Epping Forest Cottage Kitchen

This kitchen combines a cosy cottage style with contemporary design and despite being recently renovated, the space has the warmth of a well used and loved room, thanks to the carefully considered choices throughout. Our client was replacing her 40 year old kitchen and wanted to be bold with colour and pattern, whilst also keeping a traditional feel to the room. This creative individual who is an art lover, and a keen knitter and baker, pondered the providence of all she purchased for the project, with an emphasis on sustainability and sourcing from local companies and British designers. This room is long and narrow, so a challenge was to include the best possible storage without the space feeling hemmed in by cabinetry. We designed bespoke pieces, including a large plate rack and corner cupboard for linen and cooking kit. The checkerboard flooring has cool hues and it’s just what the scheme needs to balance the softness of the Ruskin Blossom cabinetry and floral House of Hackney wallpaper.  It’s not just the hues, the punchy geometric pattern of the floor contrasts with the busy organic floral shapes of the wallpaper. Meanwhile the recycled glass terrazzo by Resilica adds a fun speckle. Speaking to House Beautiful magazine about her kitchen’s renovation, our client said “It’s just a pleasure to be in here…when I walk into the kitchen, I smile” – a comment that has us smiling too!
Photographer: Malcolm Menzies

North London Victorian Terrace Family kitchen

This kitchen is a cover star, having graced the front of Kitchen, Bedroom and Bathrooms magazine and it’s easy to see why the room was given the esteemed position in the glossy! Set in a leafy North London conservation area, the Victorian terrace has been renovated from top to bottom with the kitchen at the heart of the plans “The kitchen was really important to me, as it’s where the family spends so much time together. It was crucial that we make it a really wonderful space to be in, but also very workable” explains our client. Working with Architecture 201 the narrow space was widened with a side extension. One of the most distinctive aspects of the kitchen is the joyful mix of colours and materials, for which our client says they drew inspiration from the Paddington film and the beautiful interior of the Browns’ house at 32 Windsor Gardens! The cabinetry includes Eccles combined with a little Ruskin Blossom whilst London Plane wood brings texture with its flecked grain; these three materials are manifested together in the bespoke tri-colour drawer units. The softness of this mix is in contrast to the rich and glossy green of the splashback tiles from Mandarin Stone. The worktop by Dzek includes large chunks of Italian marble – Rosso Verona, Giallo Mori, and Verde Alpi – the colours echoing those of the tiles and cabinets.
Photographer: Malcolm Menzies

New Forest Kitchen

Winner of the Ideal Home Kitchen Awards 2023, this kitchen is set in the Clay Retreat, a newly built, low-carbon, family home located in the New Forest and designed by local architects PAD Studio. One of our first challenges was incorporating enough storage for the family, whilst keeping the number of cupboards to a minimum so we designed tall cabinetry on one side that incorporates their coffee kit and a larder to house the families consumables. With all appliances on the back run there’s a generous worktop area for food prep on the island, PAD had a vision for this custom piece that includes waterfall edged Caesarstone worktops. Palette-wise, this space is all about soft, tactile, and natural finishes. PAD’s interior scheme includes clay render walls, timber battening, a balustrade hand wrapped in sisal rope and a poured concrete floor. We worked closely with the homeowner to select the cabinetry colours with Ritzy echoing the warm walls and the London Plane adding a texture thanks to the speckled grain of the wood.
Photographer: Malcolm Menzies


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