High gloss and glass or understated elegant materials, simple clarity and innovative technology are the trademarks of contemporary kitchen architecture.
Your kitchen is unique, designed and created for your living style, an irresistible setting for cooking, living and enjoying.
Black High Gloss
Changing the flooring is a good way of clearly defining the kitchen area from other spaces. The differing materials and…
Coral Red & Magnolia High Gloss
This Coral Red is used to add impact and warmth to the softer backdrop of Magnolia and Almond Wood
Antique White High Gloss Lacquer
Gloss finishes have fantastic light reflecting properties, the trim on this worktop co-ordinates with the flooring. Combining pale wood tones…
Dark Acacia & Antique White High-Gloss
By using worktops and matching backpanels a sleeker look is a achieved than when using tiles.
Glass breakfast bars offer fantastic flexibility as they can be made any shape and size. Using slimmer supports, the feeling…
The use of freestanding pieces is a classic way to make a larger room feel more intimate
Pebble Grey Painted Ash
Island units turn kitchens into more sociable places, they provide somewhere for guests to linger without straying into busy…
Aubergine High Gloss
Using matching wall panels and units in Aubergine keeps you right up to date with current trends. Co-ordinating tableware, wallpapers…
Sliding glass fronted shelving utilises the space between the wall and base units.
The matching back panels prevent this kitchen from looking cluttered despite this room being a busy space.
A solid-surface worktop allows the sink to be combined into the worktop without any joins. Seamless joins on corners ensures…
Olive Green High Gloss
These wall panels are completely washable and add texture and interest. Using three colours together is a classic way to…
Shiny Core Beech
These glass splashbacks are easy to clean and maintain, matching tables are available.
Sepia High Gloss Handleless
Laminated worktops are edged in aluminium, matching the handles and plinths they provide a stylish alternative to granite.
Sinks positioned on islands provide a practical solution to rooms with very low windows whilst maintaining a view.
Classic and warm, this oak is made interesting by using a bold accent colour for the floor.