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If you follow us on social media, you’ll have already seen our new minimalist kitchen collection – Sienna. The sleek, clean lines of this kitchen give it a minimal and modern feel, while still being rooted in traditional design. It’s the epitome of simplicity, an understated design that emphasises both beauty and function.

Our Timperley project is the first kitchen that has brought this design to life, seen below.

The flat beaded door style and sleek, clean lines of the waterfall island marry together in this minimalist kitchen design. The client wanted their kitchen to be a place that they would feel energised in at the start of the day, but equally feel relaxed in by the time evening’s roll around. This was achieved with the warm neutral cabinetry colour – hand painted in Farrow & Ball’s beautiful ‘Dimity’ shade.

Since it’s launch, our Sienna collection has been very popular. Below are three new concepts that we’re working on for clients in central London – Fulham, Chelsea and Belgravia.


Here the client asked for a luxurious and white kitchen design that would be the talking point of social gatherings. The porcelain worktops balance the minimal appearance of the cabinetry by creating a bold design statement that will be a stand out feature in the home.



Belgravia is another project to showcase the beautiful flat-beaded door style. This concept is a neutral kitchen design that feels very light, bright and airy, incorporating a mix of painted and stained cabinet doors.



Embodying style and substance, our Fulham kitchen design is another concept we’re currently working on. A key design feature here are the library ladders that can be moved across the cabinetry to access the overhead storage – allowing for a huge amount of additional storage in this kitchen.

Kitchen design in Fulham, London

Interested in our Sienna collection? Book a free phone consultation with our Head Designer via our website here, or email our team to enquire 

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