21st June 2022

The Ultimate Industrial Style Kitchen Guide

A kitchen is more than just about space and function. It’s a place to get creative, explore your culinary skills and make something beautiful. Handmade by artisans in our Bristol workshop, our industrial-style kitchens are a unique alternative to shaker kitchens. 

Whether you’re looking for a sleek modern design or something more industrial, choosing the proper kitchen is more than just aesthetics. With a growing range of styles to choose from and fit into your space, you’re sure to find something that will make cooking more enjoyable. 

Our Workshop Kitchen Range is the perfect blend of industrial design and practicality. Made from mild steel, clear powder coated as standard, our kitchens will stand the test of time, letting you enjoy them for as long as possible.

We were inspired by our humble workshop, where it all began, the minimalist design matching our heritage. 

Pair with exposed oak beams and a matching worktop for a modern, luxury kitchen.

Meet our Brunel Kitchen range if you’re looking for something a bit more ‘out-there’. Featuring elements from our popular Brunel collection, such as brass handles and corner bumpers – this design isn’t one for the faint-hearted and is a real showstopper.

Treating yourself to a new kitchen can be a complex process, from measuring the space to installation and everything in between. 

We’ve broken down the steps that go into buying a kitchen from us. 

  1. Initial contact – whether you have a drawing on a napkin or a 3D render of what you have in mind.
  2. Introductory call – one of our sales team will give you a call at a time suitable to you to discuss your requirements.
  3. Mockup – after the call, we will go away to mock up our idea for your new kitchen. 
  4. Revisions – getting to the point that you’re 100% happy with your future kitchen can take some going back and forth; we’ll work with you and make any suggestions where necessary. 
  5. Deposit – once you have confirmed you are happy with the design, we will send you the final invoice. You will be added to our production pipeline when we receive your deposit payment. Find out more about the order process here

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Paige Allison