The above gallery showcases some of the recent kitchens that we created.
The most recent In Frame kitchen was a kitchen in Surrey. It was made so that there were no joins in the frame work. The plinth became part of the frame as well. It was hand painted on site so we were able to blend and paint all the end panels so even these had no visible joins. This kitchen was inspired by a similar looking kitchen by Plain English Kitchens. We also made a bench seat that had under seat storage. The worktops had a mix of granite and wood. The larder had a slab of granite put in it – this is reduces the temperature within the larder. The granite had a leather finish.
The Shaker Kitchen was a kitchen in Richmond. It was made with 25mm MDF and painted on site. The larder had sliding doors which revealed an extra 1400mm of worktops and had plugs positioned in it so it became a great place to keep the toaster and food processor. When not in use the doors could be shut and they would be out of sight. This kitchen had black Blum Intivo drawers and glass side supports, together with a mixture of interesting and practical hinge systems. The work tops were white quartz.
The second In frame kitchen was a kitchen in Walton on Thames. Another kitchen in Surrey. This was a semi bespoke kitchen, using pre made doors from a specialist door manufacturer and carcases that we made separately. This was a painted oak door sprayed at the factory. It used soft close invisible hinges rather than the Butt hinges in the bespoke one. We went down the road of semi bespoke in order to stretch the budget in this case. You may notice the joins in the frames with each unit, but the kitchen still looked stunning. The worktop was a limestone effect quartz which complemented the choice of floor tile and kept the room feeling light.
The last two kitchens were in frame but had beading detail, one was made from MDF the other from painted oak