Your Kitchen, Your way

A la carte, not set menu

About us
Most kitchen companies will sell you a kitchen by one manufacturer, with whatever limits that manufacturer has.

We are not most kitchen companies.

We source all our components separately - our cabinets come from a specialist cabinet manufacturer, our doors come from a choice of several door suppliers and so on. Most of our door suppliers actually manufacture the doors themselves, so any weird and wonderful sizes can be made to order, One size does not fit all.

This is not the easy way to do things, but it is our way. We believe that by using a collection of specialist companies, we open up infinite design possibilities.

The end result is the kitchen you want - exactly what you want.


Full CAD Design

Up to date CAD programmes show how your finished kitchen will look, before anyone lifts a screwdriver.

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Supply

Full sourced supply chains, cabinets, doors, appliances, sinks, granite and composite work surfaces. If it's in the kitchen, we can supply it.

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Installation

Let our experienced tradesmen do all the hard work. We have electricians and plumbers on call and can even recommend a builder, if structural work is needed

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You will deal with one designated project manager throughout , from initial design through to final invoice.

When the design is finalised and a work schedule agreed, we ask for a 50% deposit with the balance payable on completion. It's simple, fair and shows commitment on both sides.

All our wooden doors are sustainably sourced, any old kitchen units are recycled where possible and our vans run on biodiesel. Green is not a colour, it's an attitude,

We are not on facebook, twitter etc, we just let our kitchens speak for themselves.
The Deal

Got questions that need answering?

Probably! A new kitchen is a major purchase and is not undertaken lightly. Feel free to ask questions at any time - remember, there's no such thing as a stupid question, only stupid answers.
Any specific queries, please feel free to e-mail us at any time. 

We are having an extension built, when do we start planning?

We can do preliminary work from a set of architects plans After an initial discussion, we can draw up some draft ideas to get you on your way. Remember that your plumber and electrician are going to need some guidance, before we start work, so a set of plans early on, will help them.

We have just bought a new house, how soon can we start remodelling the kitchen?

Assuming the house has an old but servicable kitchen fitted, our best advise is to wait a while until you are settled in. By then you will have a better idea of how you want your kitchen to work for you. You will also find any advantages and disadvantages to the existing layout, that may not be immediately obvious on paper.

We just want to update our house, do we have to have a complete new kitchen?

No, not at all. If the carcasses are still good, we can re-door them, and replace the worktop to give a brand new, fresh look to your home.
We try to be as "green" as we can, and replacing good units for the sake of it, doesn't fit well with that ethic.

How much will it cost?

Sorry, that's one that can't be answered here! So much - in fact, everything, depends on product choices. Worktops in one kitchen have cost more than the complete job in another.

Is granite expensive?

Yes, and no. It is more expensive than a laminate top, as you would expect, but it will never need replacing. It brings a beauty of its' own into your home, and can be a talking point for years to come.

Will it be cheaper in the sale?

We don't have a sale. We have a set price structure that stays in place all year around, and prices are not altered by season or clients' means .Everyone has seen the adverts "free dishwasher",  "50% off all cabinets" etc but, in the real world, nobody gives things away for nothing.
"There's no such thing as a free lunch" has been attributed to many people,but it certainly applies
One equal price for all, without any gimmicks.