• Painted Kitchens

     Your beautiful painted kitchen is individually designed and crafted with love and care.

  •   Tetbury Sage & Oak


    The stunning in-frame kitchen design of Tetbury, demonstrates how a subtle colour palette teamed with quality materials and insightful design touches create a beautiful environment. Tetbury’s appeal is more than evident when painted; choose clever colour combinations for a unique result, such as sage and oak as shown here.

  •   Tetbury Slate & Chalk


    With its enduring appeal, the tetbury kitchen design is an attractive choice for those with slightly larger budgets. The combination of classical design, coupled my modern craftsmanship – presented in slate and chalk– means this kitchen suits homes with either period or modern interiors.

  •   Millbourne Chalk


    The crisp horizontal lines – delimited by the meeting of chalk and wood –  the Milbourne Chalk kitchen brings a very modern feel to this room setting.  As you can see below, this contemporary feel is added to by the l-shape of the kitchen design, the 2 level breakfast bar (with quartz ), and the unusual light fittings.

  •   Millbourne Sage


    Attractive shaker-style kitchen in gentle sage, the Milbourne Sage is a kitchen of real quality. With granite kitchen worktops and extra thing oak, this Milbourne kitchen is built to last. And that sense of durability is part of its practical, farmhouse appeal.

  •   Kemble Ivory & Oak


    Modern and bright with beautifully inspiring accessories including curved doors, Kemble affords distinctive styling within your home. With a choice of fifteen painted timber colours to select from, Kemble offers every opportunity for creativity.

  •   Kemble Cornflower Blue


    The kemble kitchen is sure to add character and style to any space. Subtle, soft tones combined with this traditional design kitchen makes an inviting place to cook, chat, or have a meal. Little touches such as the glass units and curved units all come together to make the kemble a truly elegant addition to any home.

  •   Milton Charcoal, Oak & Alabaster


    The Milton range is perfect for those looking for a kitchen that makes a big statement. The alabaster of the upper units creates a striking contrast with the charcoal lower half – an effect that’s enhanced by having light floors as below. The curves of the kitchen units complete the “art deco” feel.

  •   Langham


    For a classic farmhouse kitchen design, look no further than the Langham. The simplicity of the painted sage and alabaster kitchen units combines well with the granite worktops and stone floor. The emphasis on simple design is emphasised by the big unit door knobs. All-in-all, the Langham is an unpretentious kitchen that’s easy to love.

  •   Petworth French Grey


    Bring a little French elegance into your life with one of our Petworth kitchens. As you can see from this example the colour might be French grey, but there’s certainly nothing drab about the results. This glamorous kitchen exudes quality and contemporary charm, while still possessing enough traditional elements to make any kitchen feel homely.

  •   Kew Suede


    Kew is an elegant and contemporary painted kitchen design with a focus on imaginative detailing that will give your design timeless appeal.

  •   Kew Cornflower Blue


    Quite often under appreciated, cornflower Blue is seen to good effect in this painted Kew kitchen. The subtle light colour brightens up the kitchen, leaving it looking bigger than it actually is.The natural wood and white silestone worktops really bring this kitchen to life.

  •   Cornell Blue 


    The appeal of the Cornell Blue kitchen is the timeless simplicity of the design. For example, if you look at the photo, you can see detail of the kitchen units’ small drawers. This consistent attention to detail results in a kitchen that somehow manages to be both understated and strikingly attractive.

  •   Cornell Classic


    Cornell Classic is perfect for setting off other neutrals and can be complemented by a choice of worktop options. Features of this kitchen include a belfast sink, a plate rack with a generous storage capacity and curved glass feature doors.

  •   Coleridge


    Coleridge’s wide rails and grain detailing give this kitchen a sense of solidity. Our photography features a split level worktop with a mix of granite and solid timber. Clear glazed doors break up the run of cabinets and the handy wine rack next to the dining table couldn’t be better positioned. Available in 24 colours.

  •   1909 Morris Blue


    Made from a solid alder frame, our Shaker door style, solid brass butt hinges and bright nickel handles offer a timeless look. Moulded plinth and classic detailed cornice add to the bespoke nature of the design.

  •   1909 Flint Grey & Almond


    Our classic In-frame Shaker door style offers a distinctly timeless look, shown here in a neutral palette of Flint Grey and Almond, perfectly suiting a modern family home.

  •   1909 Charcoal & Chalk


    With a 32-strong colour palette you can achieve just the look you want for your 1909 kitchen – whether you opt for a single colour or a combination of contrasting or complementary tones. 

  •   Broadoak Cranburry, Ivory  & Oak


    With its natural real wood, this kitchen takes traditional shaker simplicity and gives you a canvas on which to draw your own ideas. Seen below with adobe-coloured kitchen units side-by-side with natural wood, you can see how the clear lines of the design create an effect that’s not fixed in any period in time – and, thus, will never go out of date.

  •   Lansdowne White


    The Lansdowne range is a great example of how a white kitchen can really open up the space in your kitchen. If you don’t have much natural light, the brilliant white here makes the most of the light you have, reflecting and intensifying the brightness of the space and making your kitchen a welcoming place to spend time.

  •   Kinsale Slate


    As we’re sure you’ll agree, slate can look absolutely stunning when applied correctly. And that’s exactly what makes the Kinsale Slate such a stylish kitchen. The form and colour of this kitchen will add sophistication and style to any space. The overhead cupboards here add a traditional touch while the silver handles stand out all on their own.

  •   Eden Partridge Grey


    Painted in partridge grey, this Eden kitchen makes a big statement by being under-stated. Of course, with the shaker-styling of the doors, the open plate rack, the curved Belfast sink… the kitchen does have it’s little embellishments. But these stylings speak softly, rather than shout.

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