Bespoke Kitchens Bristol
Tuesday October 24 2017
We make beautiful, bespoke kitchens in Bristol and throughout the surrounding area. All are individually designed to suit each particular customer and their home.
Bristol has a wide variety of architecture: from the Georgian and Regency terraces of Clifton and the generous mid-twentieth century townhouses in Stoke Bishop and Sneyd Park, to the contemporary buildings in the revitalised Harbourside.
We make handmade, purpose-built kitchens to suit all of these different styles of architecture. On the more traditional side we design hand-painted, in-frame kitchens, often with some natural timber elements.
Doors are panelled, with or without mouldings. Often the framework around doors and drawers will have a beaded moulding on the inside edges.
Alternatively, we can design completely contemporary kitchens in a sprayed lacquered finish.
The bespoke kitchens in the photograph below, for example, the doors and drawers had bevelled inside edges to act as finger pulls. This resulted in a very clean, white appearance, made all the whiter by the use of splashes of American black walnut for some of the panels, doors and island bartop.
The uncluttered simplicity of the outside of the kitchen concealed a variety of internal storage solutions.
On other occasions we make touch-latch handle-less drawers, which you lightly push in to open.