Get the Kitchen you want for less. With loads of door colours & finishes to choose from. Along with a large worktop selection the possibilities are almost endless.
All our Kitchen units are rigid built, No flat pack here! The images below are examples of possible combinations. You can have any worktop and door combination in our ranges. Allowing you to mix and match as necessary. Get in touch today & arrange a FREE no obligation quotation.
Have all the bright and spacious feel of pure white, but with the tranquil feeling that comes with a matt finish. This kitchen reduces unwanted reflections, but still bounces back plenty of light to keep things looking spacious and enticing.
A bright, glossy kitchen that reflects sunlight from nearby windows, Greenwich Gloss White makes every corner of the room feel lighter and more spacious. For a stylish colour scheme, try contrasting the white cabinets with dark walls, window frames and beams. Continue the black and white theme with a black oven and splashback.
This is a great option for those creating a bright, modern space with hints of traditional country kitchen design. Create a white and golden brown colour palette by installing oak flooring and a solid oak block worktop.
This Ivory kitchen balances smart modern design elements with a traditional feel. The creamy hue works weill with a light travertine tile floor. The ash brown of a grey oak block effect worktop provides some tonal contrast while maintaing the overall colour scheme.
This ivory colour looks striking with a yellow wall, the rich brown hues of walnut laminate flooring and a walnut, block-style worktop.
This colour gives a feeling of luxury and comfort. Add a series of bright highlights with stainless steel handles, a white glass-effect worktop, a Lamona cylinder island extractor, and plenty of silver accessories.
A cashmere kitchen is a calm and soothing alternative to pure white, but one that still gives your kitchen a spacious feel. It works wonderfully when partnered with a grey oak effect laminate floor.
A combination of minimalist design and cool grey tones makes for a laid back kitchen that oozes style. Let the reflective grey surfaces speak for themselves and keep distractions to a minimum with an integrated dishwahser and extractor.
Enhance an ultra-modern look in your kitchen by combining a classic grey Shaker style door with a mixture of grey oak and white worktops, custom-made open shelving and extra tall wall units to keep the look clean and minimal.
Combine a light oak effect Shaker style door with natural grey stone worktop and upstand to create a simple but traditional look.
These rich, earthy tones work well in a kitchen that has a limited palette of two or three main colours. Contrast the clay brown with white marble effect worktops around the hob and on the island. Introduce some black into the island, the walls and on appliances. Add clay, black and white accessories, being careful to keep all three in balance.
As serene as the name suggests, Dove Grey is a light and airy alternative to white that provides a homely and refreshing feeling. The smooth, sleek doors create a modern vibe that pairs well with a white, glass-effect worktop. Pair this with a Lamona granite composite sink for a cool black and white design statement.
The uncomplicated design of this kitchen door lets the dark graphite colour take centre stage – perfect for a kitchen that really makes a statement. In a more compact kitchen, the uncluttered lines of the matt doors will give a sense of space, which is further enhanced by integrated appliances. Meanwhile, soft close drawers will help keep the noise down when you are cooking and entertaining at the same time.
With its rich, lustrous appearance, slab doors and bold colours, this is a kitchen that is sure to amaze. Greenwich Gloss slate grey exudes confidence and a strong sense of design, so complement it with an equally bold grey mirror chip worktop and black touch-control appliances for maximum impact.
This graphite kitchen works well in a simple, open kitchen with two-tone design. The minimalist lines suit a stripped back look, and the striking, glossy finish gives the kitchen plenty of character without the need for accessories. For your storage needs, consider a wall of tower units to hide away your integrated oven and microwave as well as your utensils.
This is a finish that really shows how many different looks you can achieve with the Greenwich style and the right combination of options. The light oak effect has a classic feel, which is brought bang up to date by those sleek, slab doors. To bring out a bit more of that modernity, add chrome effect angled bar handles to the drawers and cabinets.
The textured, minimalist doors are a warm shade of grey, which gives this kitchen a refined and cultivated atmosphere. Whether it is a cool evening meal with friends, or a morning coffee break, it is a space in which you are going to want to spend plenty of time.
The muted grey tones of this kitchen lend a serene feel to the sleek, contemporary design. Punctuate it with white and light grey oak doors, which provide enough tonal variation to add interest, without creating strong contrasts that would disrupt the relaxed atmosphere.