We’re proud of our long standing reputation for delivering incredible kitchens and bathrooms for our customers. A great kitchen is more than just good design, it is the culmination of a well thought out layout, excellent project management and attention to detail in the installation. Here are just a few of the recent kitchen and bathroom projects we’ve been working on.
This project to renovate a family bathroom and an ensuite bathroom needed to be stylish and practical. Using a combination of dark and light colours for the floor, panels and tiles, we have achieved two bathrooms which look stunning, but retain an understated elegance.View the projectarrow_forward
This kitchen project had a very minimalist design and the focus was kept on making it as light and open as possible. To achieve this, white handleless Hacker classic laser brilliant units were used, this was then complimented with a white Corrian worktop.View the projectarrow_forward
This recently completed kitchen renovation to work with their redeveloped extension. As you can see from the pictures, Mr and Mrs Graves increased the ceiling height, added an extra roof window and increased the amount of light coming in from the garden windows. The kitchenView the projectarrow_forward
Our client Mr & Mrs Mead recently moved into their home after completing extensive refurbishment works throughout, with simply stunning results. The once former rental property has been transformed into what is now a beautiful, contemporary family home. Mrs Mead loves to cook so naturallyView the projectarrow_forward
Our client Mr & Mrs Gaskill’s new handle less kitchen in Lava Grey has completely transformed the room into a light contemporary space, complete with a large island and seating area looking out into the garden. The ultra modern, handle less kitchen in Lava GreyView the projectarrow_forward
This was another stunning kitchen we designed and built for Mr and Mrs Smart. Using Corian worktops and a subtle matt grey finish to the units, we were able to achieve a look that balanced modern design, but without the ultra modern/minimalist look and feel.View the projectarrow_forward
The furniture used was a solid oak Mosscroft door by Callerton with some painted in midnight grey and the brief was to create something modern but still in keeping with the traditional history of the building and its materials. We decided to go for a simpleView the projectarrow_forward