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Positioned in the heart of Cirencester we have constant inspiration. We have a great mix of traditional Cotswold Stone vernacular buildings such as the nearby Owlpen Manor, and the stunningly beautiful village of Bibury just 15 minutes away. Not to forget, the magnificent Highgrove in nearby Tetbury.
There is a strong following of the William Morris movement in nearby Stroud where Artists and Craftspeople celebrate their talents in the yearly Open Studios Events, along with the award winning Stroud Farmer’s Market held every Saturday morning. So visit us here in one of Cirencester’s oldest most historical little nooks, Black Jack Street or we can come to your property if that suits you better.
We look forward to welcoming you to our showroom.
We'd love to share our passion and expertise for planning, designing and managing the change in your kitchen. Drop in to have a chat.
I have been loving designing kitchens and project managing for over six years and have been lucky enough to have had many wonderful opportunities to work on some really exciting and mind stretching jobs of all sizes and encompassing many different styles. Most of my work has been in and around the Cotswolds, Herefordshire and South Wales and but I have also designed and project managed for a few properties in London too.
Every job and every client is unique and it is my main aim at the start of the project to listen carefully in order to interpret exactly what each client has in their mind and to use my skills to develop these initial thoughts into aesthetically pleasing and practical working spaces…many people have a basic idea of what they would like…fabrics, tiles, maybe pictures that they own that they wish to use as their starting point. It is important as a designer to guide but not dictate…these are rooms that will be used daily for years to come and the design must be right for the customer from the start.
Since leaving College, I have more or less always been involved in high end kitchen design. I do believe that if I wasn’t designing kitchens, I would be designing something else as I have a real creative streak that never rests. Whilst I had a career break to have my 2 children I took on a very unruly allotment and redesigned the layout myself. 8 Months later, plot cleared, crop rotation in place I was picking my own spinach and beetroot for the table. I love being outside, and try to go horse riding when I can. Also, we have a campervan which we travel around in when the weather permits!
Living in the Cotswolds, I have been lucky to have worked on some fantastic projects from historical manor houses, to pretty cottages through to modern developments. This has given me the opportunity to create beautiful kitchens in a variety of styles and materials, ranging from time honoured traditional, through to modern contemporary. I would say my approach to design is understated, very much along the lines of a ‘less is more’ philosophy. I love being able to help my clients to change the way they live by helping to create the space that works for them.
Our Cirencester kitchen showroom is open Monday to Saturday, just pop in.