LOUiSA·GRAHAM, Independent Bespoke Kitchen Specialist.

Kitchens in Caterham

Our kitchens our divided into 3 sections, vinyl, traditional timbers and painted. The majority of which can be made in special sizes and colours, without a huge bespoke cost.

We can also offer all curved features and angled doors to most ranges.

Our vinyl range is made up of over 30 styles and 50 colours from Matt finishes, wood grains and gloss.

Timber ranges include shaker and traditional styles including in-frame in Oak, Maple and Walnut to name but a few.

Our painted range can be made from MDF to give a modern grain free finish or timber to give a traditional grained finish again in different styles including in-frame to suit your personal requirements. The colour choice is vast including Dulux, Crown and Farrow and Ball.

The carcasses are rigid 18mm with solid 18mm backs and are made to order and specification with all hinges and drawers soft close. The hinges and drawers are high specification made by Blum, we can also offer wooden dovetail drawers. All carcasses are colour co-ordinated were available, alternatively they are a contrast depending on the choice of door colour.

We offer a full range of pull out wirework and accessories including magic corners, pull out larders and baskets. There is also an extensive range of handles, both modern and traditional. Our main appliace suppliers are Neff and Franke. Our work surfaces include conventional Laminate, timber, quartz stones, natural granite and Corian. We also have a selection of wall and floor tiles, Vinyl flooring and Karndean Flooring.

Kitchen Tip

When choosing a sink, it must be both convenient and practical to use. It is however, no longer just a functional area of the kitchen, in recent years it is also becoming a focal point in itself, that complements the rest of the room's design rather than compromising it.

Until relatively recently, the range of kitchen sink materials from which kitchen designers could choose were very limited. Today's technological development, however, have widened the selection considerably.

Stainless steel is commonly used in kitchens and commercial applications because it represents a good trade-off between cost, usability, durability, and ease of cleaning. Stainless steel sinks will not be damaged by hot or cold objects and resist damage from impacts.

Enamel over cast iron is a popular material for kitchen sinks. Heavy and durable, these sinks can also be manufactured in a very wide range of shapes and colors.

Glass, concrete, and terrazzo sinks are usually designed for their aesthetic appeal and can be obtained in a wide variety of unusual shapes and colors such as floral shapes. Concrete and terrazzo are occasionally also used in very-heavy-duty applications such as janitorial sinks.