Bespoke Kitchens Wiltshire

Bespoke Kitchen in Wiltshire


We love undertaking bespoke kitchen design in Wiltshire; it’s where our studio and workshops are located.  A perfectly symmetrical kitchen space can make designing easy, but it doesn’t offer any challenges, and many designers will tell you that often it’s the most challenging of spaces that test them, and ultimately result in the most interesting design.

In one such space Guild Anderson were commissioned to create a family sized kitchen, befitting the graded listing of the manor house, but creating a contemporary room for modern family life.

The previous handmade kitchen was functional, it worked but the room was disjointed.  Our head of design, Nick, approached the space as he does with every design; by considering if there are any alterations to the kitchen space itself that would enhance the function of the space.

Farrow and Ball painted blue kitchen cabinet

A large island bridges the challenging space

A blue bespoke kitchen cabinet mounted on a wall

The opposite end of the kitchen island


Introducing Scottish elm
to create a visual divide

Scottish elm bespoke kitchen cabinets with a butlers sink
The kitchen scullery area was made in Scottish elm


New Kitchen Scullery
in Scottish Elm

Freeing up the kitchen space allowed us to move the scullery sink to a better location. We positioned it to sit centrally below the Georgian six over six sash window which overlooks the front on the house.  Either side of the sink are a bin cabinet, a dishwasher, plate drying rack and shelving.

Everything needed is at hand in this washing area with these cabinets designed and made in our workshops using Scottish Elm, a stunning contrast to the rest of the hand painted cabinetry which were painted in Paint & Paper Library ‘Kigali’.

hardwood kitchen scullery joins tall larder cabinet
Hardwood introduces a visual divide between kitchen scullery and storage


Demarcation between
scullery and storage

With walls painted in Little Greene’s ‘Slaked Lime’ the addition of natural wood to this area adds texture and interest, and really sets it apart from the rest of the kitchen, but as the style of the cabinetry is identical the kitchen design comes together as an aesthetic whole.

Now, when you enter this bespoke kitchen design in Wiltshire, you are immediately greeted by a painted glazed cabinet housing glassware and crockery.  Abutting this is a run of cabinetry with a pull-out larder, integrated Fisher Paykel fridge freezer and larder cabinet.  The AGA is now flanked by two drawer cabinets, and above these are individual wall cabinets, not standard width, but narrow and more subtle in their form.

A large kithen island
Blue painted kitchen island with marble worksurface
Bespoke kitchen painted shelving

A bespoke kitchen design in Wiltshire such as this would not be complete without the stunning central island, housing cupboards, a cooker, as well as a seating area with bar stools.  To establish some form of symmetry out of the awkward shaped room and to allow for a better flow a new floor of Eiffel Grey Tumbled Limestone was laid from the kitchen in to the dining room next door.

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