Whether you are looking to completely renovate your kitchen or would like to enhance your current design with a makeover, our real life kitchen case studies will provide you with design inspiration and ideas to get creative.
View some of our recent projects we have completed in and around Sussex; if you have any questions and would like to know how we can design a stylish kitchen to match your personal lifestyle, don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Our modern, handleless Porter kitchen range was the perfect solution for this new extended contemporary home. Our clients wanted to create a open plan space that was practical for family living. The space was tailored to suit everyone in the family by the clever use of zones- a kitchen area, dining area, media area and […]
This project was part of a major extension project and our customer wanted a traditional shaker kitchen which mixed timeless elegance with modern touches such as copper lights and accessories. The mix of pale solid timber shaker doors with a solid oak overmantle compliments the pale grey marble effect Silestone quartz worktop. A peninsula is […]
This stylish kitchen was created recently for a busy working farmhouse for clients in Hurstpierpoint who wanted to update their kitchen with storage being maximised to include pull out mechanisms with plenty of drawers and wall cabinets. New integrated appliances meant the look was more streamlined and adding an induction hob for easiness whilst not […]
This project involved taking a wall down between the old dining room and kitchen and the transformation was amazing! Our client wanted an updated stylish kitchen/ utility to create a seamless and uniformed look throughout this space but without breaking the budget. Bringing the wall down brought a huge amount of space and light in […]
Our client was remodelling the entire downstairs of their house and was looking for a contemporary, stylish kitchen which was also functional and suited to a large family including their lovely dog. The space needed to be social and the addition of a wine cooler (and hidden gin cupboard!) on the peninsula meant the social […]