A Moir Wade Kitchen is truly bespoke, your furniture will be both unique in design and unsurpassed in quality.
A large glazed extension has been added to this beautiful Georgian home on the edge of the Leicestershire countryside. The clients intentions were to create a spacious kitchen and dining area, designed and manufactured with luxury in mind but also to be the heart of the home for their young family. The whole area is stunning with its impressive clean crisp lines and thoughtful choices with views onto the beautiful mature gardens.
The Pantry is amazing and is based along the same crisp lines and colours as the kitchen, with clever storage and finishing touches with contrasting English Oak stepladder that attaches to the cabinets ready for use. This area is both functional and impressive, the client is extremely happy with the workmanship that has gone into this beautiful area.
This truly stunning kitchen gives a rustic feel to this old but beautiful Manor house set in a rural country estate. The unusual worktops complement the hand painted cabinetry and the lines of these cabinets are both crisp and clean which reflects the quality of the workmanship. The large island, painted in a second colour, creates fantastic workspace in the centre of the kitchen with pan drawers and storage below. Two larder cabinets have been made with spice racks on the reverse of the doors, which have been utilised to their full potential. The glazed cabinets either side of the chimney breast only serve to enhance the room to its full potential. This is both a working and family kitchen, so requires easy maintenance whilst looking incredible at all times. This kitchen has been dressed by our client to an extremely high standard.
This beautiful English oak & painted shaker style kitchen is both unusual and amazing! The colours and the curves used give a light airy feel to this spacious kitchen without compromising the homely feel. The larder cabinets not only look wonderful but show what’s possible with the space, including bespoke spice racks on the backs of the doors. The breakfast bar is so unique with its eccentric shape and vibrant colour providing a handy space for the family to socialise.
This wonderfully stunning kitchen has been lovingly handmade, using curves in a combination of walnut and painted cabinets. The sit on cabinet to the left of the sink is designed to be impressive and functional, the red wine storage shelves have been made with very slight grooves for the bottles to nestle in place. The elliptic walnut table and matching bench seat only heighten the pleasure of spending time in this kitchen. This has been dressed by our client to an extremely high standard and the finishing touches make this an incredible beautiful room to socialise with friends and family.
For this kitchen project we were given carte blanche, the only guidance came in the form of a list of appliances and a request to be utterly blown away! To this end, we created two islands in the centre of the room. The first takes the shape of a huge "C" and houses a wide array of appliances including 2 dishwashers, a large induction hob, downdraft extractor, main and separate prep sinks and finally an instant boiling water tap. The second island houses a pull out bin, drawer pack and cupboard space and provides a convenient work surface near to the oven banks. The perimeter of the room consists of approximately 20 metres of additional cabinetry and appliances including; 2x fridge freezers, a separate under counter freezer, 3x single ovens, 2x combination microwaves, 1x steam oven, 3x large warming drawers, 1x shallow warming drawer, a coffee machine and finally a 65 inch flat panel TV. The cabinets are made from a combination of satin walnut and selected wenge veneers. There is room to seat 9 people around the island breakfast bar and enough cooking capacity to feed 5000. This is a very big, very well appointed kitchen and if bragging rights matter, we've honestly seen none better.
This bespoke kitchen, constructed from walnut and painted hardwoods is rich with small details. From the pull out chopping block and the spice racks concealed within the chimney breast to the subtle beading detail which frames all of the doors and drawers. The painted tongue and groove panels leading into the window reveals and the single glazed wall cupboard with the beading detail etched into the glass. All of these details combine to create a room that's a joy to be in... so much so that there's even a space given over to the dog.
A gentle mix of light, painted cabinets and bright, crisp olive wood veneers give this bespoke kitchen a very contemporary feel without compromising any of the warmth and comfort that we expect in a modern, bespoke kitchen. Add in high specification appliances along with enamelled cast iron sinks and an articulated chrome tap and you are left with a very luxurious and also incredibly practical kitchen.
This bespoke kitchen in the Leicestershire countryside combines warm walnut hues with a richly coloured, hand painted island. Contemporary touches include a large stainless steel Belfast style sink and the glittery worktops with the finishing touch being the hand blown, coloured glass cabinet handles. For further information on this or any other projects please contact our office on 0116 269 5915.
Brilliant lighting is further complimented by hand painted cabinetry creating gentle curves. A large island with a unique, Pyrolave curved work surface provides a convenient hob area. Also featured is a contemporary solid walnut dining table.
A rich mix of curved walnut cabinetry with smooth, cream quartz worktops creates a stunning, contemporary feel. A turquoise handmade glass splashback provides a striking third colour and the matching coasters and wall hanging create attractive accents.
Cabinets made from a light character oak, tall curved painted larder cupboards and granite worktops with distinctive patterning and splashes of colour. A vast island in comfortable reach of the AGA with a sunken oak breakfast table set into the opposing side.
Highly polished Star Galaxy granite worktops with a bull-nose edge profile sitting on top of a mixture of painted and solid cherry cabinets; this eclectic mix of finishes are only a small part of this personalized bespoke kitchen design created for Holme Farm. Together with top of the range appliances including a very discreet downdraft extraction system set into the island top, this is a very well appointed kitchen.
A sympathetic design using simple, painted shaker style doors with black granite worktops is perfectly suited to this traditional building. The reclaimed and restored oak kitchen table is echoed in the kitchen cabinets through the use of hand turned oak knobs and a large oak larder cupboard provided a vast amount of storage with its especially tailored interior and partially glazed double doors.
Using a mix of solid European maple frames and Bird’s Eye maple panels in conjunction with a light limestone floor tile creates a light and airy kitchen space. This is further enhanced through the extensive use of spotlights throughout this bespoke kitchen and forms the perfect backdrop for the black granite worktops. A large breakfast bar is the perfect space for informal dining and doubles as a valuable additional work surface.
A warm, rich and welcoming kitchen is created through the extensive use of walnut throughout this bespoke kitchen, the only exception being the shapely island unit which sits in the centre of the room complete with a raised glass topped section where someone can “perch” with a glass of wine. Tall, bow fronted cabinets house the ovens and wine cooler, disguising their depth and making them less obtrusive.
A blend of painted and oak cabinets together with black worktops, create a visually striking combination. The careful use of turned oak pilasters at key points lends a traditional and sophisticated look to this bespoke kitchen which is mirrored in the use of a large modern range cooker.
The removal of one internal wall in this home has turned a kitchen that was once a small cubby-hole into the new heart of the home. The use of traditional oak to manufacture cabinet doors in contrast with undeniably modern curved units creates a space which is sympathetic to the age of the property but carries with it a clear and contemporary style.
Using walnut and black granite in a relatively small kitchen might lead you to think the room would be too dark but through the clever use of lighting and bright accessories it has created a rich and inviting room. The light flooring used throughout the room also maximises on the available light.
A mix of exotic wood veneers, Pyrolave worktops,and hand made glass have been used to create truly unique & bespoke kitchen furniture. The use of such luxury materials when combined with such unusual shapes mean that this kitchen could be used to define the word “bespoke”.
Having such a large open space to work with is quite rare and allows our designers the freedom to experiment. In this case the experiment is with scale! Everything in this bespoke kitchen is supersized! From the large American fridge freezer to the enormous island that sits at the heart of the room. This kitchen is sure to impress!