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

Herne Hill Galley Kitchen

This kitchen shows how a successful galley design can work. The homeowners describe the room as ‘a bit of thoroughfare’, with two doors at both ends. Our design removed a peninsula that had jutted out in the old kitchen and we took away wall cabinetry on the hob side of the room. This makes the room feel uncluttered, with the view through to the dining room and original Victorian cupboards unobstructed. The family have lived in this house for 30 years and the design phase was a chance to appraise how they use the kitchen and consequently they overhauled their appliances, meaning space was gained and more eco-friendly models introduced. And the colour! Market Mustard with London Plane and a dash of Ritzy gives the kitchen such a positive feel.
Photography: Malcolm Menzies

Kensal Rise Kitchen

Pluck’s London Plane and Half Moon White cabinetry are paired together in the kitchen of this Victorian terrace, which thanks to architects Hill Patru basks in natural light. Their design incorporates an oriel window which is painted a glorious teal hue. The cabinetry includes a double-door larder and Spoke shelves provide wall storage, whilst keeping the view to the garden uncluttered.
Photographer: Megan Taylor

Hampstead Garden Suburb Kitchen

This kitchen belongs to a couple with a passion for cooking and sharing food from around the world. Set in a semi-detached house in a beautiful protected area of North London, the cabinetry is Brockwell Moss with a Ritzy island and London Plane larder. The design incorporates cutting-edge appliances, including a bespoke cupboard for a commercial grade self-cleaning oven. The original Arts and Crafts steel framed windows are painted black for a dramatic contrast with the white walls.
Photographer: Malcolm Menzies

Clapham Old Town Kitchen

This calming kitchen diner in a Victorian terrace is located in a light-filled rear extension. This space is a beguiling combination of modern and antique furniture with Half Moon White and London Plane cabinetry sitting alongside a Victorian sideboard and other carefully chosen pieces. The homeowners wanted to avoid the feeling of a traditional bespoke kitchen, so opted for non-integrated appliances. The neutral palette includes wall paint by local colour expert Francesca’s Paints.
Photographer: Malcolm Menzies

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