Real Kitchens

At Moulton Kitchens, we truly love what we do, and we’re so proud to show you a variety of the wonderful projects we have designed and installed for our customers.

Whether you’re looking for something modern and sleek, classic and country, or if you’re not entirely sure yet – our talented Designers can help you through the process ensuring your dream kitchen is every bit as special as you want it to be.

Warm and welcoming

Hardwick in Highland Stone with Portland Oak

This project was completed just before Christmas, 2020. It included the removal of the wall between the original kitchen and the lounge/diner transforming the heart of the home into an open plan, social living space.

This customer chose our classic shaker style Hardwick door in a warm neutral Highland Stone which works well to create a light and open traditional feel. Accented with aged brass handles and tap, this kitchen exudes elegance.

Removing french doors and replacing them with a gorgeous bay window makes the sink area a real feature, especially with the quartz worktops flowing right through to the windowsill. It is details such as these which we pride ourselves on setting us apart from the rest and squeezing every last bit of magic into every corner of your kitchen.

Being able to prepare a meal whilst also providing ample space for children to play or do homework is a brief we receive a lot from young families. Opening up the room has achieved this while being both practical and stunning at the same time. The breakfast bar is a great addition to the stunning island, making it functional for storage and worktop space whilst being sociable too. It also instantly creates a place for visitors to ‘land’ and subtly keep them out of your ‘work zone’. These are terms you will soon get to know when delving into kitchen design mode with us!

Industrial Indulgence

H-Line Hampton silk painted in Scots Grey & Graphite.

This property sits within a beautiful conservation area within Northamptonshire, and our customer invited us to embrace their radical and ambitious industrial brief which excited us as much as it did them.

We delivered a modern, handleless kitchen by Masterclass Kitchens in stunning Hampton Silk Graphite and Scots Grey.

The doors on this kitchen are flat profiled and painted in silk paint. The handle rails are painted in the same colours, save for a contracting section of Scots Grey on the main kitchen U-shaped peninsula.

The ceramic kitchen work-surfaces add to the industrial style of the kitchen and are made by Dekton and have routered LED lighting channels to illuminate the handle rails for that extra special dimension of detail.

Further industrial styling is achieved with a sleek Quooker Black Tap, 1810 ‘purequartz’ sink, and Neff Vented Hob. At night time the kitchen looks stunning when illuminated with under and in cabinet LED lighting and an illuminated glass sink Decoglow splashback by Decoglaze.

The high ceilings in this property enabled us to install extra tall cabinets and stacked wall units above the sink area to maximise storage.

The exclusion of all wall units on the hob section of the kitchen helps to deliver an industrial setting, completmented by hite brickslip tiles and flat bar lighting above the 3 zones. Lithium graphite LED illuminated cabinets, Blum Space Tower storage and fully integrated Neff  appliances ensure that the kitchen delivers a practical punch behind the cabinet doors too.

A Contemporary Classic

 

Solva in Farringdon Grey / Oxford Blue with Portland Oak Cabinets

 

This project was completed in 2019 in Boughton, Northamptonshire and was designed using architectural plans as part of a large single storey extension to the rear of the property.

The customer sought a ‘modern yet classic kitchen’ to complement an exquisite existing French oak butchers block.

The kitchen is designed around a large central island and focussed on the customer’s passion for cooking. Side by side Neff ovens and an undercounter Steam Oven are as stunning as they are practical.

A forward-facing induction hob ensures that whoever is cooking can also socialise, utilising the perfect combination of practicality and style.

The flooring was specified by the customer and is natural limestone. It works particularly well against the warmth of the oak butcher’s block, Masterclass window seat and warmth in the Farringdon Grey cabinet doors.

The structural element of this project involved the removal of several internal load-bearing walls and boxed steel work to support joists in two areas. The kitchen design is intended to work with and utilise this feature, with the use of height matched studwork to encase the tall units and sink area seamlessly.

Pretty in Pink

Hardwick in Vintage Rose and Scots Grey

Completed in July 2020, this project was driven and influenced by the customer’s stunning rural home in Harlestone, Northamptonshire.

Planning and preparation is a hugely important part of delivering a successful project for our customers .

This kitchen was relatively complex, because it required the removal of a timber framed window and beautiful exterior Northamptonshire sandstone stonework in order to install some bespoke timber-framed French doors.

The property is within a conservation area, and required pre-planning advice along with subsequent applications in advance of the commencement of work.

The project also involved re-routing sink plumbing and waste into the new kitchen island, the removal of the kitchen ceilings and a section of blockwork to maximise the space and the installation of new tiled flooring.

The kitchen is by Masterclass Kitchens in Hardwick Vintage Rose and Scots Grey. The beautiful pink island is a gentle and timeless shade, but still bold enough to ensure that ‘wow’ factor.

Oak worksurfaces around the range cooker and white Topazio quartz on the island work wonderfully well together; the warmth of the oak softens the stronger lines of the quartz surface to help create balance in atmosphere.

A modern style chimney was constructed over the range cooker and is intended to release space around the cooking zone but introduce additional interest with peek-a-boo shelving, and ensure practical extraction.

Minimalist Modern

H-Line true handleless kitchen in Sutton Silk (Scots Grey) with Ligna Mayfield Oak.

 

This stunning transformational project was completed in March 2020 for a customer in Little Billing, Northampton.

This project included internal structural alternations – the removal of an internal load-bearing wall – and removal of all fixtures and fittings in the kitchen, dining room, conservatory and entrance hall, to completely rework and maximise the available space.

During this project we replastered all walls, replaced the electrical consumer unit, provided kitchen plumbing solutions and also installed a Herschel ceramic heater in the conservatory.

Our customer chose stylish Karndean vinyl flooring, laid in a herringbone pattern throughout for a modern and seamless look.

The kitchen is by Masterclass Kitchens and all appliances are by Neff.

The project lasted 11 weeks, and was delivered on time and budget for a delighted customer who enjoys the timeless minimal look of this stunning and multi-functional kitchen.

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