Jeremy joined Sustainable Kitchens in Sept 2017. As Design Director he supports and guides the design team to deliver the high standard of work the company is known for. Jeremy graduated from Bucks New University’s Contemporary Furniture Design course with a First in 2010, moved to Bristol and has been designing bespoke kitchens ever since. His earlier career in the specialism of marquetry gave him a wide knowledge of woods and veneers which underpins his work today, combined with a wealth of experience in delivering high end projects.
Designing your own bespoke kitchen is an exciting journey that’s best taken with an expert guide by your side. At Sustainable Kitchens, we work with you every step of the way: from the first conversation about the design process all
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Why are kitchens important to Jeremy?
“A well designed, skillfully crafted kitchen turns a house into a real home for the person or family it belongs to. To really work, a kitchen has to suit every need of the homeowner and I really enjoy the process of bringing a bespoke room to life, from drawings to installation. In my opinion, the two most useful tools in design development are creativity and communication.”
What does Jeremy do in his spare time?
Jeremy spends his spare time with his partner, son Finn (6) and daughter Edie (3), getting out to the countryside as much as possible as well as making the most of family friendly places and events on his doorstep in Bristol. He also really enjoys pottery, photography, juggling, cycling and sustainable building methods such as straw bale building.
When do you see Jeremy?
Jeremy is involved in the design process every step of the way and you are very likely to see him in one of your initial or secondary design consultations.