We pride ourselves on the quality of our solid oak cabinets, and – as we have a passion for supplying high-end kitchens – our number one priority is that our customers are delighted with them too. Over the last few years we have been lucky enough to visit some beautiful customer kitchens and take photos of our solid oak kitchen cabinets in their natural environment, and we wanted to share some of our favourites with you.
Pretty painted oak cabinets complete with central island unit
This oak kitchen mingles classic style with a sense of contemporary flair, thanks to its Shaker style kitchen unit doors and illuminating spotlights. Complemented with the gentle hues of Farrow & Ball’s ‘Elephant Breath’, this kitchen is both sophisticated and functional. We love the look of the island unit, which features a space-saving breakfast bar, tongue and groove end panels and a variety of cabinets that provide essential storage. Over the past few decades, kitchens have become a more social area in the home; indeed, in a square kitchen like this, an island provides a great focal point for the room – the design invites people to come in, gather round, and have a good chat.
Style meets utility in this light and airy kitchen
The crisp white of this kitchen is a breath of fresh air! The combination of white walls and oak cabinets finished in Farrow & Ball’s ‘Wimborne White’ creates a light, open feel within this traditional design. This customer’s full stave oak worktops really enhance the long length of the kitchen, working in harmony with the opposing direction of the beams to visually ‘stretch’ the room. Matching under cupboard plinths and features such as the SMEG fridge and statement clock also help to ensure that – despite its use of classic materials – the look of this kitchen is bang up to date. This sophisticated design is pure proof that a kitchen can be practical without compromising on style.
Contrasting cupboards and worktops are full of charm
There’s no denying it –this kitchen really is something special. The pretty shade of these solid oak cabinets (painted in ‘Blue Ground’ by Farrow & Ball) contrasts wonderfully with the full stave prime oak worktops, and generates a feeling of depth by breaking up the long lines of this kitchen. With undressed windows and clear glass ceiling lights, this room manages to feel uncluttered whilst marrying stylish modern elements with a cosy country vibe. We particularly like the glossy white Belfast sink, and the combination of textures – including steel, wood and glass –makes this kitchen visually dynamic, too!
Available in all colours, shapes and sizes, our oak kitchen cabinets are both affordable and stylish – it is no wonder that our kitchens have proved so popular. We also strive continually to improve our service, and as such hearing that customers are happy with our offering never ceases to delight us; we regularly receive photographs and testimonials from customers that we are thrilled to share with our followers on social media. If you have ordered one of our wooden kitchens, we would love you to share your snaps with us on either Facebook or Twitter!
Have you heard about our ‘Case Study’ competition?
We are offering customers the chance to win a £250 refund on their purchase simply by participating in our ‘Kitchen Case Study’ competition. If you’d like to take part, send some ‘before’ and ‘after’ photos, along with a little summary of your kitchen. For more details, visit our current offers page.