How to Design Your Kitchen

Explore the Collections


The first step is to decide which kitchen collection you’d like to go for. Every one is unique and every one has a different design journey. Here on our website is a good place to start. Our kitchen brochure will help you further (you can order a copy for free here).


Your complimentary consultation


This is a free-of-charge appointment with one of our kitchen designers.

If you’re still unsure of which collection is the one for you, they’ll talk you, and walk you, through each of our kitchens, to help you decide which ones feels like it might be the right fit. This is a complimentary service and takes about 90 minutes. You can book it over the phone, via email, or by dropping into our showroom.

During this appointment you’ll run through all of your wants, needs and wishes and we can start talking through some initial ideas. You’ll need to bring along any room dimensions to this appointment, or an architect’s plan if you’re doing an extension.




The Design Service




Our kitchen designers work with you on a one-to-one basis. They’ll be your key point of contact throughout the entire design process. You’ll work together. They’re there to guide, advise, listen, and inspire, but we love you to be involved in the design process too. Your designer will want to hear all of your thoughts from cabinet colour to learning the things you’ve always wanted in your kitchen. It’s very much a collaboration.











The Countdown


Our entire kitchen process usually takes two to three months in total. Its a time frame that is fairly standard for hand crafted kitchens, but a little longer than what some larger business might offer.


Here’s why

All of our cabinetry is made by real hands. That takes time.

Bespoke pieces of cabinetry add on time too.

If you’re choosing a paint colour that’s different to the standard finish, this adds on a week or so.

And if you’re ordering appliances through us, that can occasionally add a small delay depending on stock levels.

Trust us though, it’ ll be worth the wait.


A great example showing you can combine painted cabinetry with character oak from our Evelyn range. The cabinets are painted with ‘Cooking Apple Green’