Aged and distressed island unit with cosmic black leather granite, inlaid oak butcher’s block, and black beeswax ironmongery. Cupboards and drawers feature on the one side, with a towel rail on the end.
This was made to a customer’s specification, with some extra touches that he completed himself. This has been completed in our traditional ledge and brace door, with additional shaker style doors with glass inserts.
A kitchen made in the popular ledge and brace style, this example has chosen not to aged the look of the timber. The other break from tradition is the use of pewter ironmongery, giving this kitchen a contemporary feel.
A small kitchen that was made and fitted by ourselves with a mix of cupboards, towel holder, and window surrounds. This has used a brown flecked granite, the flecks of which are picked out by the dark Corner 3 housing cooker, hob and microwave aged oak.
A inlaid hob unit in to the granite, with a double oven unit at a very useful mid body height.No bending down to get heavy casserole dishes from the oven and easy access for cleaning, the mid body height is a great place to put ovens if space allows.
A mix of oak and painted kitchen, a great contrast. Painted in Farrow and Ball. A good mix of cupboards and drawers, built in wine and bottle racks, all finished with handmade ironmongery, surround and a black granite
A painted example of a set of units with our ever popular black granite double Belfast sink and leathered effect cosmic black granite, finished with black beeswax ironmongery, and a 1 arm chrome mixer tap.