Handmade and Bespoke Kitchens

 Haven Shaker Kitchen
 Brackens Maple Kitchen
 Long Oaks Kitchen
 Rossmore kitchen
 Painted Kitchens
 Queens Park Banquette  Oak Kitchen
Traditional Kitchen


I make a kitchen most years. Last year I designed and made a Shaker painted kitchen using traditional joinery. All the cupboards were made using hardwood frames and assembled on site, with recessed pot boards and shelves. All the doors were hung in traditional hardwood cupboard frames, which extend to the floor and are cut to fit any uneven surfaces on site. Drawers are dovetailed, but run on the best modern soft close runners. Reeded tongue and groove panelling was made specifically for the project. The retro patinated brass handles were sourced from a flea market.

The result, The Haven Kitchen, sits well in the period house for which it was designed, but will equally suit a modern interior. For a super-authentic Shaker Kitchen, I'd use handmade cherry handles and drawer pulls.

Anything we make will be made bespoke for you

The surfboard island in the Brackens, Maple Kitchen, for example, was the result of many meetings where we built up a deep understanding of our clients' wishes, resulting in a striking bespoke kitchen.

The worktops in the Long Oaks, solid oak kitchen, were handmade, with the curving shapes of the tree still visible in the timber.

How much does a bespoke kitchen cost?

A handmade kitchen is more expensive than something bought off-the-shelf from a high street retailer or big chain, but what you get is unique, uses high-quality materials and is made specifically for your home.

On the other hand, because I do not have a Marylebone kitchen showroom or a huge advertising budget, I can make a handmade bespoke kitchen at a substantial saving to the cost of other bespoke kitchen makers.

Because I make everything (apart from hardware) to order, our timescales are longer than most, so do not be afraid to enquire about a project well in advance.

Costs are so dependent on design, size, specification, materials and location that it is impossible to give generalised figures.

Send me an email with some details of your project and, if you are local, I will come out to your home for a no obligation free consultation or, if further afield, give you a guideline estimate of likely costs before arranging a visit.