We are designing and creating luxury, bespoke kitchens that are environmentally better for the planet and your wellbeing.
Helping to keep toxins low, improve air quality and contribute towards reducing our carbon footprint.
Designed and built from our workshop in Oxfordshire.
How our Kitchens are different
We design our kitchens with sustainability at the front-of-mind, hand building them using our decades of expertise working with timber and other low impact materials, giving you our personal touch from start to finish.
Here are a few things our customers love about their kitchens from Kite:
- We custom design each kitchen holistically- using our interior design experience we consider the entire interior perspective ensuring the space is optimised for usability.
- We design for your health and wellbeing by improving air quality and reducing pollutants, using materials that are low in VOC’s and formaldehydes, using recycled, up cycled and natural materials.
- We don’t compromise on comfort or luxury designing legacy pieces using quality materials like solid wood
- We are small and agile enough to respond to you personally, each and every time;
- We future proof our kitchens- the modular, glueless construction of our kitchen carcasses means that they can be easily repurposed in the future
- We handcraft every kitchen in our workshop in Oxfordshire using our circular economy process where we apply our renewable, traceable and re-usable principles. This means that everything in your kitchen is durable, moisture resistant, uses low energy consumption, and utilises local supply chains, and we can invite you to visit during a design consultation
Our kitchens are sustainable
At Kite, we design and make kitchens that are not only sustainable but meet a new way of regenerative living by considering all life including human health and wellbeing.
We focus on minimising the environmental impact of our kitchens through a holistic circular economy approach that considers the future life of our products, and by designing out waste. We also carefully source ethical, traceable, and renewable materials to use in each of our kitchens, and use low and no-toxin paints and finishes. Where possible, we recycle and repurpose materials too.
Talk to us about any ideas you’d like to consider for your new kitchen.
We also take a “whole life” approach to carbon, considering the carbon used to manufacture, ship and operate any particular product or material.
We strongly believe in reimagining the spaces we live, work and play in, to help restore the wellbeing of people and planet. We’ve developed our own Regenerative Living Framework which guides how we design and build each kitchen, bespoke for each of our customers.
Yet, while a low environmental impact is central to how we work, we. don’t compromise on comfort, finishes, or luxury.
How We Work
- To start, tell us about your plans using the form below and we’ll arrange a follow up call at a suitable time to talk through your vision and your ‘wants’ and ‘needs’ list.
- Following the discovery call, we’ll arrange a time and date to invite you to our workshop in Oxfordshire to discuss your requirements in more detail or visit your home as part of our design consultation. If your new kitchen is part of a wider building project, and you have architect’s plans, then we will ask you to send these over. If you don’t have any plans, then we’ll ask for some photos, and some approximate room dimensions.
- Following the consultation our designers will explore different options for layout and model up the proposal in our 3D design software.
- Upon approval we will conduct a thorough site survey and coordinate all aspects of the installation in collaboration with contractors and installation team. We will supply a detailed Mechanical and Electrical plan to be worked from and will visit site ahead of our installation to ensure installation will happen to the required deadline.
- Lead times can take between 10-15 weeks from the manufacture start date to delivery and installation, but we’ll always discuss timeframes with you.
FAQs about Kite’s Kitchens
Where do you design and manufacture your kitchens?
We have a workshop in Oxfordshire (a few miles south of Oxford) where we design and manufacture all our kitchens. We’ll happily invite you to visit our workshop during your design consultation. We kindly ask that all visits are by prior appointment only.
Do you have a trade offering?
Yes, we work directly with architects, developers, and other industry professionals. To discuss working with us on a trade basis, use the form below to tell us more about your business.
What’s the guide price for a bespoke kitchen from Kite?
Our kitchens start at £25,000 for cabinetry.
My current kitchen is fine, it’s just a little tired. Can you help?
Yes! If you don’t need an entirely new kitchen, we can discuss repurposing and renewing your existing doors, drawer fronts and decor panels, for example by repainting cabinetry with our low-toxin paints.
Where can I find examples of your previous kitchens?