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Design led, tailor made, inspiring kitchens – every kitchen we make is unique & handcrafted individually at our workshop near Guildford.
Being situated in the beautiful village of Shere in the Surrey Hills, we enjoy working on kitchen extension projects as well as on projects for listed cottages and manor houses where our clients need bespoke cabinetry & interiors to fit around wonky walls, beams, nooks & corners.
We are enhancing the practical Shaker style of cabinetry with bespoke detailing, luxury materials, and unique elements made exclusively for each client. Some examples of personalised pieces integrated into our kitchen designs:
– A feature wall with a ceiling to floor bank of larder units, so all of the food provisions, fridge & freezer are organised in one defined space. The doors were decorated in a bespoke pattern which was inspired by some artwork that client had in their home.
– A tear drop shaped beautifully curved Oak breakfast bar area made with ultra-wide staves to show off the beauty of the wood’s grain and to provide a lovely place for friends and family to enjoy food and drinks.
The service we provide is really important to us. We want the experience to be fun, it should be a joy commissioning your kitchen. So we offer a fully integrated process, from design to installation you’ll see Andy, Mike & Ella.
We are hugely inspired by The Surrey Hills Enterprises to do more for our local environment, to consider sustainability and the protection of the Surrey Hills in our work. As such we are delighted to be planting a tree for every kitchen we make. In partnership with Clandon Wood (another SHE member) we are planting Elm trees at their nature reserve to provide a wildlife corridor for the rare White-Letter Hairstreak butterfly. This particular species only lives on Elm trees and following Dutch Elm Disease they are struggling to find a viable habitat. There are two small colonies of the White-Letter Hairstreak at the nature reserve and it is hoped that by planting elm trees like stepping stones between the two colonies they will be able to join up and expand.
We are honoured that The High Sheriff of Surrey, Jim Glover and Executive Director of the Surrey Hills Enterprises Wendy Varcoe MBE are helping us to launch this conservation project in November 2018.