A portfolio of projects, click the front image to see more.

Camberwell Kitchen

This kitchen is suffused with natural light thanks to windows on either side and its connection to a sitting room that looks out to the garden on all sides. Set in the Victorian extension of a Georgian house, architects Granit navigated strict planning laws to rejig internal walls and open up the space, a layout to suit our client who enjoys hosting. This is the kitchen of a foodie, an informal space to be used and enjoyed. Indeed the cooking set-up is a serious affair and includes the latest appliances from Gaggeneu and Fisher and Paykel; meals will be a celebration of good food, fine wine, family and friends. The cabinetry’s scheme complements the garden, a soft natural palette of London Plane, Brockwell Moss with a hint of Ruskin Blossom. A window seat adds to the feeling of the connection with the outside and for this we designed a custom bench with drawers underneath (treats for Horrace can be found here!). The pendants are by David Hunt, with exposed light bulbs and raw brass, they bring a touch of industrial chic. The worktop is quartz by MKW and the engineered hardwood floor is by Element 7. This room feels ripe for sunny days with doors thrown open, birds singing and balmy evenings spent flitting between the house and garden to stock up on supplies. It’s also a nest for winter evenings, curled up on the sofa chatting whilst a hearty meal is whipped up.
Photography: 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

Hither Green Family Kitchen

This kitchen is a glorious cohesive juxtaposition of delicate and industrial finishes, with a concrete floor and stainless steel worktop by Cavendish Equipment, mixing with soft matt cabinetry and rich glazed tiles; and colour too is used to create a contrast with different shades of pink and green popping against each other. Set in a Victorian house in South East London, our clients are keen cooks so a larder with easily accessible ingredients was amongst their top non-negotiables and remains a favourite element of the new kitchen. Elsewhere, we incorporated Spoke shelves above the sink to display a much loved ceramics collection. To keep the layout of the room dynamic, with the ability to move furniture around, our clients chose to have a vintage table rather than an island. A sofa adds a cosiness and is the perfect spot for their teenage children to relax with the dogs.
Photographer: Malcolm Menzies

A Minimalist Kitchen in Notting Hill

Set in the Westbourne Conservation Area of North West London, this four storey Victorian townhouse has been renovated from top to bottom. Our clients, who have lived here for 25 years, enlisted the help of architects and designers Studio Varey to reimagine their 19th-century home to better suit modern family life and the results are stunning! “Our goal was to create an open-plan living space and bring lots of natural light into the ground floor, helping it to feel more inviting and better suited to entertaining family and friends” explained Studio Varey when interviewed by Dezeen magazine about the project. At the centre of the space is a Half Moon White Pluck kitchen. Our design includes symmetrical cupboards that nestle seamlessly with the room’s interior architecture, complementing the clean, minimalist lines. To ensure the family has plenty of storage space, the island incorporates cupboards too. A Dekton worktop with matching backsplash brings a swirling pattern to the scheme. Amidst the serene whites of this room, wood including exposed structural oak beams, the dining table and chairs add warmth and texture. The floor is polished concrete. Described as a ‘masterclass in adding soul to white decor’ by Livingetc magazine, they perfectly sum up this space as ‘calm, airy, light. But also soulful, inviting, even enriching’. PS You may notice something unusual about this project when compared to our other kitchens and that is the handles, we are always happy to incorporate custom client choices!
Photographer: Taran Wilkhu


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