Kitchens

Planning a kitchen can be a hugely rewarding experience. Our kitchens are where we cook, dine, entertain and socialise, so it’s important to create a kitchen design that ticks all these boxes – and more.

Whether you’re looking at simply refreshing a tired scheme or you’re planning a bigger extension project, creating a new kitchen is one of the most challenging and exciting renovation projects in the home. Establishing a clear vision of what you have in mind early on is key and your existing kitchen is a good place to start when planning your new one.

Classic kitchen with check and gingham details

(Image credit: Paul Raeside)

Classic kitchen with check and gingham details

Square tiles lend themselves perfectly to a gingham design and are a striking choice for a kitchen splashback. Here, the strong black, white and grey palette, echoed in the undercounter curtain and rug, is lifted by pops of green gingham upholstery.

Classic kitchen with check and gingham details

(Image credit: Paul Raeside)

Classic kitchen with check and gingham details

Square tiles lend themselves perfectly to a gingham design and are a striking choice for a kitchen splashback. Here, the strong black, white and grey palette, echoed in the undercounter curtain and rug, is lifted by pops of green gingham upholstery.

Dramatic navy kitchen with brass island

Dramatic navy kitchen with brass island

A simple brass panel brings this kitchen to life, the brass shining out against the darkness. A simple brass rail provides the perfect storage for all those kitchen tools in daily use. The kitchen is complimented by the most elegant leather bar stools with a discrete brass foot bar.

Light-filled kitchen with wood furniture

Light-filled kitchen with wood furniture

Time-worn wood furniture and handcrafted vessels make charming partners for the open-weave pendant light, designed to cast playful shadows to atmospheric effect.

Modern kitchen with colourful patterned tiles

Modern kitchen with colourful patterned tiles

A row of mismatched decorative tiles is an inexpensive way to create a striking splashback that will lift a simple scheme out of the ordinary.

Classic coastal kitchen with a breezy palette of blues

Classic coastal kitchen with a breezy palette of blues

Making blue part of the scheme rather than the focus of it offers a more contemporary feel. This kitchen splashback, looks every bit like it’s been created using hand-made tiles but it is actually a wallpaper, while subtle hints of ice blue balance the more punchy reds.

Japanese-inspired kitchen with indigo flourishes

(Image credit: Damian Russell)

Japanese-inspired kitchen with indigo flourishes

A display of ceramic teapots has a distinctly Japanese look. Highlights of indigo and copper introduce an uplifting touch to this tough, textured kitchen.