OUR STYLES

Building a completely unique and bespoke kitchen

All our cabinets are completely bespoke and built to suit your room.  If a cabinet needs to be 911mm wide to fit perfectly then it will be.  We have a huge wealth of materials and knowledge at our disposal and very imaginative designers to help bring your kitchen to fruition.

The starting point for any bespoke design is to choose between traditional and contemporary styles, from here we can experiment with embellishments and materials to create something completely unique to you, so let your imagination run wild!

OUR TRADITIONAL KITCHENS

Traditional Kitchen Range

Our shaker style is still our most popular,  the classic recessed panel and frames scribed straight to the floor, with clean lines that suits any style of home.

Within the range we can offer a few options; the classic Shaker, Shaker with frame beading detail, Shaker with door beading detail and freestanding which is our newest addition.

To see details of these styles and some example kitchens please follow this link to our portfolio.

 

Traditional - Classic Shaker

Our traditional shaker style kitchen is our most popular, the classic recessed panel and frames scribed straight to the floor, with clean lines that suits any style of home.

How is it built?
In our shaker kitchens the Oak doors are set within an Oak frame with a recessed panel. You can choose to have it painted in any Farrow & Ball colour or a hardwood of your choosing.

You can read more about the materials we use here and other frequently asked questions.

Example Kitchens:
Here are some examples of Shaker kitchens:

Scandinavian shaker
Shaker with dark colours
Shaker with light colours
The Vicarage

Traditional - Shaker with frame beading detail

Adding a simple beading detail around the frame or within the door panels can bring a delicate detail to your kitchen.  Whether a country cottage, barn conversion or 18th century manor house your kitchen will look perfectly at home in its surroundings.

How is it built?
Traditional beaded frames are built using a Jack Mitre joint in the frame so that the beading runs all the way around the doors and drawers.  As with all of our Shaker kitchens the door and frame are made from oak with a recessed panel.

Example Kitchen:
18th Century Manor House – with frame beading.
*more examples coming soon

Traditional - Country

Adding extra embellishments to our shaker designs such as moulded or raised door panels, chamfered frames, decorative feet & corbels can bring a more traditional country cottage feel to your kitchen.

How is it built?
Our country kitchens are built in the same way as our Classic Shaker but with a selection of mouldings within the door panel. Ovolo or Ogee mouldings add a traditional farmhouse feel to your kitchen. Find out more about beading and mouldings here.

Example Kitchens:
Traditional Country Kitchen – with door beading.
*more examples coming soon

Traditional - Freestanding

Our freestanding kitchens can use any of the styles listed above and allow you the flexibility to move cabinets around as you please and take them with you if you decide to move house.

How is it built?
Our Freestanding kitchens are built within a single freestanding Oak frame so that runs of cabinets are housed within a single unit with chunky Oak legs on each corner.

Example Kitchens:
*more examples coming soon

OUR CONTEMPORARY KITCHENS

Contemporary Kitchen Range

Our contemporary style cabinetry differs from the recessed shaker style. The flat panel cabinets offer a more contemporary option for your kitchen space, the cabinets are sleek with clean lines and would look great in the most modern of spaces as well as traditional buildings looking for a contemporary twist.

Contemporary - Painted Flat Panel

Our flat panel cabinets offer a more contemporary option for your kitchen space.

How is it built?
We use the same birch carcass & oak frame as in our Shaker designs but the doors and drawer fronts are built from a birch plywood panel and then painted in your colour of choice.

Handle Options:
Standard routed handle cut-out, Straight J handle, Knobs/pulls. Find out about our flat panel handle options here.

Example Kitchens:
Contemporary flat panel
Colourful flat panel
Industrial flat panel

Contemporary - Veneer Flat Panel

Our veneered cabinets offer the opportunity to bring the tactile warmth of wood into your home.

How is it built?
We use the same birch carcass & oak frame as in our Shaker designs but the doors and drawer fronts are built from a birch plywood panel and then veneered in your timber of choice.

Handle Options:
Standard routed handle cut-out, Straight J handle, Knobs/pulls. Find out about our flat panel handle options here.

Example Kitchen:
Pippy oak
*More examples coming soon

Plywood Kitchens

Birch plywood is a fantastic, stable and elegant material bringing a crisp clean feel to your kitchen.

How is it built?
We can also offer plywood kitchens, the carcass, frames and doors are all made out of birch plywood and can be finished painted, stained or varnished, let your imagination run wild.

Example Kitchens:
Contemporary Eco Kitchen
Colour By Numbers Kitchen.

 

 

Find out about Pricing, get an idea of what to expect during our design process, or if you would like to book in a free consultation then please contact us.

Sustainable Kitchens, Avondale Works, Woodland Way, Kingswood, Bristol BS15 1PA
hello@sustainablekitchens.co.uk
0117 961 6471
Best of Houzz Design 2016, Best of Houzz Service 2015/16
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