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British kitchens

Above Stoneham Kitchens – granted the Royal Warrant of Appointment to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II – has been handmaking furniture for more than 140 years, and now incorporates the latest technologies • Shown here is the Penshurst kitchen from the Heritage range • Available in character oak, American white oak, American wild cherry, maple or painted finishes • From £20,000 020 8300 8181 |

Above Mark Wilkinson is perhaps better known as the originator of the English Country Kitchen and for his services to the furniture industry he was recently awarded an OBE. The kitchens from Mark Wilkinson Furniture are known for their classic English style. • Shown here is the Arts and Crafts kitchen made in clear lacquered oak • Door closings are polished nickel latches • From £35,000 01380 850 004


Top Bespoke Kitchen Design works with the traditional technique of steam bending – a craft that evolved from the boatbuilding era – to mould wood into curved shapes. The company specialises in creating curved doors, drawer fronts and profiles, and this can even be achieved in glass. • Shown is an Amberley kitchen • Made from solid oak with Cashmere Gold granite worksurface • The range can be manufactured in any solid wood or be hand-painted • From £15,000 01453 791 222 |

Top Harvey Jones’ hand-crafted kitchens are made to order in the company’s Cambridgeshire workshop, using premium materials and traditional joinery techniques. • Three hardwood framed kitchen styles are offered – Shaker (shown in oak), Original and Linear – all of which can be adapted with different handles, worktops and paint colours to create your perfect kitchen, be it classic, traditional or contemporary • From £17,000 0800 389 6938 |

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