discover your
perfect kitchen.

Every kitchen we design is different and unique to the person who commissioned it. To help you imagine how we could create a unique kitchen for you, we thought we’d give you a taste of what we can offer.

So, on this page, you’ll find a variety of different kitchens – both client projects and showroom examples – that were all created in the same way; yet feel totally unique. We’re sharing them with you here to give you an idea of the very different results that can be achieved, when you play around with layout, colour, and different worktops and handles.

If you want to experience these kitchens for yourself, you can see them all in person in our Cotswold Kitchen showroom, just off Love Lane in Cirencester.

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. The island features an open end to store logs. The on-trend fluted sink adds a touch of luxury to the design while the wood herringbone floor gives a country twist.

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 (Farrow & Ball Card Room Green) for a cohesive look. Along one wall, full height cabinets house a larder and a double fridge freezer. Open oak shelving adds interest and provides a place for decorative items.

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. The island features a crisp white Carrara quartz worktop. A countertop drinks cabinet featuring bifold doors has been incorporated into the design. Herringbone parquet flooring adds warmth to the scheme.

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. The focal point is the island with an aged zinc breakfast bar area that has been patinated to create an aged finish. The Everhot range has an antique glass mirrored splashback that bounces light around the room. The design also incorporates clever bifold doors that fold back to reveal a breakfast cupboard and cocktail cabinet.

Berkeley House

Berkeley House is a Georgian property that has been sympathetically renovated throughout. The pale grey colour scheme creates a light and airy feel and complements the exposed Cotswold stone. The large peninsula has been designed with entertaining in mind bridging storage, prep and cooking areas. A modern aluminium extension has been added to provide a fabulous light-filled dining room and the cabinetry has been continued into this space to form a useful sideboard.

Flaxlands House

This light and airy kitchen has been painted in Farrow & Ball’s ‘Railings’, creating a beautiful contrast with the white quartz worktops. One of the challenges of this design was how to repurpose an old chimney breast to house a pair of ovens, but this has become a unique feature of the kitchen. This unique chimney breast unit incorporates useful pull-out drawers for additional storage. Floor to ceiling units along one wall feature an American style fridge freezer. A wine rack has also been integrated into a small sideboard unit, while oak open shelving adds interest.


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. The traditional shaker-style fits well with the rustic style of the house. The rest of the kitchen is neutral in tone with grey porcelain tiles and off-white walls, so the deep Obsidian green cabinets really make an impression. Central to the design is a sociable kitchen island featuring a crisp white quartz worktop, which provides an ideal place for food preparation, as well as an informal eating area. A pair of industrial tractor bar stools sit at one end of the island facing the lake.

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 which complements the sophisticated green of the cabinets, accented with brass handles. The induction hob situated on the island allows the chef to cook food in front of guests who are seated on the bar stools. The island’s pull-out drawers are not only aesthetically pleasing but also provide heaps of storage for cooking equipment.

Cotswold Farmhouse

Hush worked with an interior designer on this project and the result is a stylish modern interpretation of a farmhouse kitchen. The bold use of ‘Jewel Beetle’ on the cabinets is tempered by the crisp white walls, quartz worktop and traditional Cotswold stone flooring. Copper accents such as a bespoke copper prep sink, aged brass taps and metallic pendant lighting add warmth and texture to the scheme.

The bespoke mantle over the Aga offers a number of practical features: the cook’s shelf at the rear provides tiered storage for everyday items, the integrated cubby units are perfect for keeping spices and seasonings close to hand, and the mantle ledge acts as a display unit for decorative items.

Cotswold Farmhouse Potager

The potager was born out of the wish for a dedicated prep area for produce from the kitchen garden. The generous reclaimed Yorkshire stone sink is perfect for washing vegetables and flower arranging. The aged zinc worktop and splashback is both hard-working and beautiful. With a double drawered dishwasher and integrated bins, every inch of this space is designed for functionality.

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, and also incorporates useful pull-out drawers underneath the attractive oak top. A row of hooks on the wall above is designed to hang coats and hats. In addition, an open oak shelf provides a place to add artwork and other decorative items. A bespoke built-in compartmentalised cupboard offers additional storage.

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. As well as hanging cupboards, there are pull-out drawers that reveal solid oak drawer boxes with traditional dovetail joints. The window seat features the same wicker detail and incorporates additional storage. The fitted wardrobes also reflect the ‘Japandi’ trend with their restrained colour palette and seamless storage solutions.