The example prices below come from projects we have done in the past and are to be used as a guide as pricing is subject to change.
We love that honest industrial look here at Sustainable Kitchens and this stunning little kitchen is a really special one for us. By combining our chunky painted Oak frames with flat Birch plywood doors and a full suite of industrial kitchen fittings and accessories we feel we have brought a taste of 1950’s America to Bristol’s bohemian borough of Bishopston.
A unique project for us! Working closely with Architect Charlie Luxton we used Birch Plywood, Scandinavian Pine and Stainless Steel to create a sleek ultra modern kitchen, totally unique, very robust and perfectly at home in this cosy Cotswold Eco house.
A hand painted traditional Shaker kitchen with a blend of Oak and sandstone worktops and muted grey tones which capture the light really allowing the materials to shine. A versatile utilitarian centre island provides the focal point for socialising and food preparation.
Looking at a glance like a kitchen from almost any era but with a touch of the super modern, this spacious bespoke kitchen uses subtle mouldings, chamfers and embellishments to achieve that classic country feel, perfectly at home in this ancient barn setting.
With traditional Shaker design at its heart this colourful kitchen blends Oak, Steel and stone with an open minded and highly creative approach resulting in a warm and friendly kitchen that feels like one of the family, totally at home within this old stone house.
This clever and contemporary extension to the main house was designed by Architect Charlie Luxton, famed for his innovative and eco inclined design. We were lucky enough to design and fit a contemporary kitchen into this wonderful and bright space. Our aim for the kitchen was to sit sympathetically in the modern extension but also reflect the traditional architecture in the rest of the house. The result was a wonderfully minimalist design with Steel, Oak and concrete.
A classic Shaker kitchen with our trademark industrial twist. Farrow & Ball’s Downpipe paint looks great against the reclaimed scaffold plank floor. We used the dark end of the room to house a bank of spacious larder cabinets and kept the rest of the room clear of high level cupboards which creates a wonderful feeling of space. The pièce de résistance is the enormous polished concrete slab on the centre island with hand spun British made Copper pendants.
Open and mixed-use living spaces are the dream for many these days and this gorgeous barn conversion in rural Oxfordshire epitomises everything that is good about open plan living. The contrasts in this kitchen are beautifully striking; the traditional shaker cabinets and reclaimed timbers with the most cutting edge appliances and lighting, the light stone worktops with the dark antique Oak worktops and the hand painted base units with the bleached Oak wall cabinets. A truly gorgeous project to be involved with right from day one and a huge credit to everyone involved with bringing it all together.
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