After extending their home in Bristol, our client came to us to discuss a bespoke, intimate space that would function as a kitchen, diner and living room.

Scandinavian Woodland Kitchen with large centre island and white quartz worktop

Natural, sustainable materials are front and centre of this Bristol kitchen. After a consultation with our designers, our client opted for a light, airy palette that turns a kitchen space into a bespoke, calming retreat.

With the pine wood flooring, solid oak and birch of the kitchen and our client’s birch woodland wallpaper, this family was able to achieve tranquility in their city-centre lifestyle.

"We used this company to make our new kitchen a year ago because their unit sizes were bespoke, hand painted, solid wood and they also did larders something we really wanted. We liked the Shaker look and had found it hard to source. We also liked the young, independent feel of the company. The price also fitted our expectations. I would thoroughly recommend this company to anyone and subsequently friends have used them. Our kitchen even ended up in Ideal Home magazine this June. If we move and need a new kitchen again I would definitely be calling Sustainable."


Project Information



Farrow and Ball: Pavilion Gray 242


Arenastone Quartz Engineered Stone, AR560 Bianco Venato


Range – Falcon duel fuel existing 1091w X 600d
Fridge – Liebherr IK3510 Integrated Fridge
Freezer – Liebherr UIG1313
Dishwasher – Miele G4960SCVI
Sink – Shaws Classic Double 800
Tap – Abode – Astral – Brushed Nickel

Jane Denton 2016

Jane Denton was the main Designer on this project, she has since left the company. All projects are worked on collaboratively with the whole design team and Sam was also involved in this project, if you have any queries on this project then please get in touch.


Lights – Light Years Caravaggio Matt


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