The hub of the home and nowadays where we spend the majority of our time, your kitchen needs to work hard and be an inviting, uplifting space. If your kitchen needs some TLC then painting the cabinets and changing the ironmongery is a quick, cost effective way of giving it a refresh.
Whether you are planning a complete refit or a DIY renovation we’ve put together a few of our favourite kitchens for inspiration...
1. Vibrant Country
We love the mix of natural materials and bright, vibrant colours in this kitchen. Our Pewter Patina door hardware complements the gorgeous oak and simple concealed draw pulls and cupboard knobs complete the look. We would love to cook, chat and eat in such a happy, bright space.
2. Vintage Neutrals
Again, lots of natural textures and materials have been used here, this time paired with woodwork in warm neutrals and walls in bright white. A combination of vintage, reclaimed and contemporary accessories give this kitchen character. Our handmade Pewter Patina door knobs look great on the painted doors and our Peardrop window furniture has been fitted to the windows.
3. Colourful Eclectic
This bespoke made to measure kitchen is a unique space, full of colour and personality. Our Hammered Copper Hockley Pendants create a feature over the large centre island. The copper interior contrasts brilliantly with the beautiful peacock green of the kitchen units and the dark grey exterior brings the look together.
4. Cool & Contemporary
This modern kitchen uses cool, contemporary greys throughout. The look is brought to life with colourful accessories and a flash of copper from our Hammered Copper Brindley pendants in Black.
5. Classic Farmhouse
We particularly like the use of tiles in this traditional country kitchen. They add interest, pick out the dark blue of the cabinets and glossy white worktops and bring the look together. Our natural smooth drawer pulls and octagonal cabinet knobs have been fitted throughout.
6. New Rustic
A flawless fusion of old and new. This kitchen is an extension recently added to 17th Century thatched cottage. Light, neutral colours and French doors keep a feeling of space despite the relatively low ceiling. We love the mix of simple, practical cabinetry and statement antique pieces. Simple concealed drawer pulls work well and our Pewter Patina ironmongery has been fitted on all doors and windows.
7. Simply Understated
This simple, practical space is timeless and most cheerful. The combination of natural oak and painted cabinetry works well, and our natural smooth drawer pulls, and regency cupboard knobs finish the look.