Request a Callback

Stylish, accessible open-plan kitchen and dining area


Mrs Mould was recommended to us by her interior designer, she wanted to create a kitchen and dining area that was truly practical and would give her back her freedom. But she didn’t want that to mean any compromise on the aesthetics. Trying to navigate around her house in a wheelchair was proving frustrating, but the last thing she wanted was a home that was all function without the style. Our talented kitchen designer, Cathy Davis, was given the task of designing a space which was both accessible and gorgeous.

Project Gallery

See More Real Kitchens

Deep Green In Frame Shaker Kitchen

For the owners of this charming 18th century listed Cotswold stone barn in Warwickshire, a full renovation project also included creating a spacious open-plan kitchen diner. Having bought the property in 2020, the couple have lovingly spent time giving their home a completely new look, sympathetically designed to complement the warm, honey-coloured local Cotswold limestone that adorns the walls.

Charcoal In Frame Shaker Kitchen

Period properties are fantastic buildings in which to create a dream kitchen, especially when they include a rear extension that lets the light flood in. This Victorian house had a complete single-storey renovation at the back, with an extension for the new kitchen-diner-living area plus utility room complete with skylights and full-height, full-width sliding doors to seamlessly connect the inside and outside spaces.

Dark Blue In Frame Shaker Kitchen

The owners of this stunning renovation relocated to Edgbaston as a family in 2015, and as their family expanded, their home evolved into a contemporary living space while preserving the Victorian charm of the house.

Take the next step

Let us create a free design and quote for your project