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Our kitchen design process:

We worked closely with our clients, Peter and Laura, to come up with a unique kitchen design that reflected their quirky personalities.

In the first round of designs, the geometric shapes were all the same colour. However, after falling in love with the Valchromat range, they decided to add a few more colours into the mix for a multi-colour kitchen. Inevitably, this made the project a lot more complicated but that did not deter our amazing team!

Each shape was carefully considered, including each handle that had a unique form. While the bones of the kitchen are fairly standard, the face of it is something very interesting indeed.

Valchromat is an ideal material for this geometric kitchen design. It is an innovative coloured wood fibre product. The fibres are individually impregnated with organic dyes and bonded by purpose-made resins. The panels are engineered for high physical performance and durability.

We were delighted that Peter and Laura could tap into their creative spirit and commission something that they truly love. We thoroughly enjoyed designing and creating such a vibrant and unique kitchen design.


  1. Vivid Valchromat
    Peter and Laura made some bold colour choices but their blue, purple and yellow kitchen has worked out so well.
  2. The worktop
    A gorgeous soft grey veined granite worktop pulls everything together in this bright and geometric kitchen design.
  3. A sociable space
    The oak dining table – adjoining the granite-topped island – can seat 6 people and creates a wonderful social space.


  • Materials – Birch plywood internals | Valchromat doors
  • Worktops – Granite
  • Extras – Solid oak dining table | Gaggenau appliances


For more kitchen inspiration, view our project gallery and for all enquiries regarding our handmade kitchens, please contact us via our form.