We have had the pleasure to design and fit many beautiful kitchens for our fantastic clients from ultra modern, handless linear kitchens, oast house kitchens made entirely of curves to traditional in frame bespoke country kitchen designs.
We have won many awards for our thoughtful and creative kitchen designs including:
KBSA Designer of the year Award over 30K, 2017 KDA17- Kent Digital Awards Gold Award Website Winner, 2017 Finalist in KBB Review Awards 2014 Best Of Houzz 2018 Design Best Of Houzz 2018 Service Best Of Houzz 2017 Service
The Jones Britain team would like to thank you all for your continued support throughout the fantastic 9 years that we have been designing and fitting your kitchens. We will continue as a team to design and create many more beautiful kitchens to suit every single one of our clients for many years to come!
If you could like to start the process of creating the kitchen of your dreams pop into our Heathfield Showroom or pick up the phone for a quick chat. We never charge for advise.
Blog Post written by: Chloe Hartnup, Junior Kitchen Designer at Jones Britain Kitchens.
This scandi colour palette works tremendously well in this bespoke kitchen design, allowing the beautiful curved features in the kitchen to do all the talking. The Kitchen colour palette included Farrow & Ball Pointing on the units alongside a light natural oak which was used on the chopping block and mantel. Glacier White Corian worktops and a natural light oak flooring were also used within this scheme keeping it simplistic yet complementary against the design and shapes.
The use of a Scandinavian colour palette and traditional design has put a stylish and elegant twist on this bespoke kitchen design.
Our client came to Jones Britain having seen the advertisement of our KBB review awards finalists kitchen. They really liked our design ideas and wanted to use us for our skills in imaginative design.
Our brief was to design a kitchen that was large, spacious with plenty of working surface. The kitchen design had to be light bright and interesting with a major focal point at some point in the room. A slightly more traditional feeling was discussed – the buzz words were ‘Elegant’ ‘Stylish’ and ‘Functional’.
“We are absolutely delighted with our new kitchen. We occasionally send a photo to friends overseas and, without exception, they all say it is like something out of a glossy magazine.”