Kitchens for Life and for Entertaining

Whether you want a lustrous, ultra-contemporary finish, or hand-painted, framed cabinets, your kitchen will always be a practical place to cook in, while being a comfortable room for the family yet smart enough to entertain in.

Our skilled team can do all the associated building works and can manage every aspect of the project, including obtaining the necessary planning consents.

We’ll work with your budget; kitchen furniture typically starts from £7,500.00 to £9,500.00.

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A converted barn outside Bristol, recently extended, allowed Cymru Kitchens plenty of design flexibility, hand crafted to maximise storage under stairs and a feature drinks area, adds to the appeal.

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Inspired by the original features of the listed home outside Corsham, William helped the client achieve the dream kitchen! Hand made plate rack, nifty wine rack and tailor made island all add character and charm to this delightful home.

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If hand-painted “Farrow & Ball” colours inspire, view this gallery! A collection of shaker hand built & painted in our workshops again demonstrates William’s flexibility of design to fit all awkward spaces.

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A renovated old rectory in Wolvesnewton outside Usk proved the perfect setting for the perfect Cymru Kitchen! William worked with the client to create a palette of colour and lowered plinths to increase storage. The bespoke “Dry Store” with “slatted” doors adds an interesting twist!

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This kitchen in Chepstow has solid timber frontages in a variety of finishes. The paneling, skirting and architrave detail all blend with the existing features.

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In this kitchen in Usk, we removed the partition wall, knocked through the window and installed glazed folding doors to create an open-plan living space. The kitchen itself has painted finishes with oak and granite tops.

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A traditional painted kitchen – the design is sympathetic to this barn conversion outside Lydney. Door detailing on the dry store, soft curves and traditional plinth skirting complete the timeless finish.

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Inspired by the client’s love of cars, the oak burr veneer and the hand-painted cabinets in this Vale of Glamorgan kitchen conjure up a sense of old-world craftsmanship.

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In this Grade II listed long barn in Bridgewater, Somerset, the client wanted the kitchen to feel as if ‘it had always been there’, yet to perform like a modern kitchen.

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A bright, contemporary, leather-look finish to this kitchen in Corsham combines some original features. Our craftsman created the table from a tree stump provided by the client, although they could have asked us to source this on their behalf.

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A vibrant, lacquered painted kitchen in Chepstow with ‘handle-less’ furniture gives a smooth and seamless elegance to this contemporary home outside Chepstow.

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Handcrafted & hand painted, with scalloped handles for this contemporary, stylish home, outside Bristol. The bi-folding doors to the “butler’s pantry” provides storage for small appliances giving the client clutter free work surfaces. The bench seating and table all built by Cymru’s craftspeople complete the look!

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The corbelled chimney breast with a solid oak beam is the focal point of this warm, inviting kitchen in Newport. It was hand painted to a colour of the client’s choice.

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This raised, solid oak eating bar was made to measure in our workshop for a client in Cwmbran. We took out the whole of the upper floor to give this kitchen double height to flood a previously dark space with natural light. We sorted all works including the ravishing spiral staircase.

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This Bath kitchen was hand-painted with a distressed finish to blend with existing furniture. The chimney pilasters and skirting detail give authenticity to this design.

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Because of the varying ceiling heights, the challenge with this Cardiff kitchen was to blend the old with the new. These handmade cupboards were finished with granite worktops.