Our Kitchens

Every kitchen we design – whether modern scandi or traditional shaker – is different and inspired by the person who commissioned it. 

Our inspiration page is here to help you imagine how we could create a unique kitchen for you and the very different results that can be achieved, when you play around with layout, colour, and different worktops and handles. We hope you enjoy exploring our catalogue of client projects – every one created in the same way; yet each with a totally unique feel.

Herne Hill

Stable green was the perfect rich and earthy tone to complement the bold marble worktop, while the clean lines of the Lugn cabinets bring a calmness to the scheme.

Middle Field

This stunning barn-style kitchen centres around a kitchen island that has a freestanding prep area with an integrated copper section.


This Welsh farmhouse has been lovingly restored to expose the Welsh stone that's the real star of the show in this farmhouse kitchen.

Moor Lodge

The flat fronts of the Lugn cabinets paired with linear handles create a minimalist modern look. A classic blue and white colour scheme is fresh and inviting.

Cedar House

The owners have truly put their own stamp on this space, with a refreshing green and terracotta colour palette complemented perfectly by the patterned tile splashback.

Ground Corner

This sociable kitchen centres around a show-stopping farmhouse island that allows the beauty of the flagstone flooring to shine through.


The owners used two complementary paint colours with this design, teamed with granite worktops and brass hardware, resulting in an elegant and luxurious kitchen.


A self build project, the owners wanted to create a multi-functional space where they could cook and entertain. The design centres around a central kitchen island.


One of the prettiest kitchens we have ever designed, delicate lilac shades have been used both for the cabinets and the walls, together with gold hardware.

Richardson House

Combining practicality with elegance, the kitchen island is painted in Railings, while the rest of the cabinets remain neutral. The orange bar stools add a pop of colour.

Hill Top View

Hush worked with the architects on this project to achieve a stylish kitchen using a muted colour palette, grooved door detail and granite worktops.


Dark rich and sophisticated, the moody off-black cabinets are paired with aged brass splashbacks, designed to patina over time. The sleek brass bar handles are the perfect accessory to the splashback and worktop.

The Dallows

A modern rustic kitchen painted in a deep forest green (Carriage Green by Farrow & Ball) and accented by antique brass handles and tap.

Welsh Farmhouse

Charleston Grey by Farrow & Ball was the perfect choice for this traditional Welsh farmhouse, working beautifully with the natural stone floor, pewter hardware and oak accents.

Salterley Grange

The U-shaped design features a peninsula to make the most of the space. The walls have been painted in the same shade as the cabinets for a cohesive look.

Berkeley House

Berkeley House is a Georgian property that has been sympathetically renovated throughout.

Cotswold Farmhouse

Hush worked with an interior designer on this project and the result is a stylish modern interpretation of a farmhouse kitchen.

Cotswold Farmhouse Potager

The potager was born out of the wish for a dedicated prep area for produce from the kitchen garden.

Park Place

With a classic yet elegant feel, this kitchen features a Railings blue island and Purbeck Stone cabinets, brought together with a decorative blue and white tiled splashback.

Flaxlands House

This light and airy kitchen has been painted in Farrow & Ball’s Railings, creating a beautiful contrast with the white quartz worktops.


This open plan kitchen, designed to make the most of the stunning lake view, has three distinct zones: the cooking area, the dining area and the cosy living room area with woodburning stove.

Sisters Cottage

A marriage of good looks and functionality, this is a modern take on a traditional shaker-style kitchen. The original Cotswold stone wall is mirrored in the limestone flooring.


The bold choice of cabinet colour is tempered by the crisp white quartz worktops. The designer has integrated an aged zinc section into the island worktop for prepping food.


Designed in conjunction with an interior designer, the panelled wall elevates the space and mirrors the panels of the shaker drawers.

Cotswold Farmhouse Boot Room

The boot room, situated in the entrance hall features bench seating on either side of the door, acting as a perch to change footwear.

Cotswold Farmhouse Dressing Room

The Hush workshop was commissioned to design beautiful bespoke rattan wardrobes which really elevate the dressing room, adding a luxurious finish.