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Sevenoaks A21 / M25 junction 4
Sevenoaks A21 / M25 J4

Handmade bespoke kitchens in South London

Visit our expansive kitchen showroom near Bromley just off M25 J4 & J5

We design, make and install beautiful bespoke kitchens for homes throughout South London. Experience the quality for yourself at our large showroom which is just a short way down the M25.

Your kitchen is the heart of your home and our designers will create a kitchen for your south London home which is both practical and exquisitely styled to suit your taste. From your first design consultation through to our attentive aftersales service, creating your new space will be a joyful journey.

Our team of craftsmen and designers have over 100 years’ combined experience in handmaking fully customised kitchens for South London homes. Using our expertise you’ll create the kitchen of your dreams – uniquely tailored to your needs.

Your new kitchen won’t just look fabulous, it will be a pleasure to use thanks to smart design and the latest appliance technology.

We install  kitchens throughout south London, Kent and Surrey, including kitchens in Bromley, Sidcup, Gravesend, West Wickham, Petts Wood, Biggin Hill, Chislehurst and Dartford.

Established 1984

Expansive showroom

Innovative design

Precision joinery

Impeccable service

Contact us

Call 01959 53 22 33 or fill in the form

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    Classic kitchen


    Classically styled kitchens, handcrafted using traditional methods to create a warm, inviting room. You could opt for a simple, shaker kitchen, or one with richly detailed design. Whatever your chosen style, our classic kitchens will bring the warmth of the countryside to your south London home.

    Contemporary kitchen


    Perfectly blending traditional and modern styles to create a timeless design, our contemporary kitchens suit homes of every age and character. They have a timeless feel to them and give you a wonderful space for the whole family to enjoy.

    Modern kitchen


    Employing the latest design trends and cooking technology, your modern kitchen will give you the ‘wow factor’ you’ve always dreamed of. Despite their leading-edge design, our modern kitchens are still built with the same quality and craftsmanship as our more traditional styles.

    The spaces we inhabit have such a massive impact on the way that we live, entertain, work and relax. We design and deliver kitchens and furniture that are fully bespoke and ultra-high quality, all with excellent customer service. We genuinely care for the homes we are working in and the people we are working with. We take our clients’ trust incredibly seriously and it shapes everything that we do at Great British Kitchens & Interiors.

    Vince Hone
    Great British Kitchens & Interiors

    Real homes

    A selection of our most recent projects

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    Creating your unique kitchen or furniture starts with an initial design consultation, at our showroom or your home. We’ll discuss your ideas, and you can find out a bit more about us. Speak to our team to book an appointment.

    Frequently asked questions

    South London kitchens

    A kitchen created just for you will be a pleasure to use, every day. It will cater for your daily practical needs and aesthetic preferences. Bespoke kitchens are a perfect fit, even if you have wonky walls or awkward spaces. And a tailored approach allows you to incorporate unique features to maximise functionality and add personal touches. Built to last, you should expect a lifetime of enjoyment from a handmade kitchen.

    We generally use a combination of MFC or plywood to construct our cabinet carcasses. They provide an excellent combination of strength and durability. We use solid timber, typically oak or walnut, for our drawer boxes, with traditional dovetail joints. The choice of material for doors varies depending on each client’s preferences. We might use ash for a painted woodgrain door, natural oak for a more traditional look, or a high-gloss acrylic finish for a contemporary style.

    The cost of a custom-made kitchen depends on the space, design requirements, client specifications, and the materials being used. It will certainly cost a lot more than a ready-made “off the shelf” kitchen, but bespoke kitchens are an excellent investment. They are made to last and will give you a lifetime of pleasure. As a guide; a small kitchen will cost from £30,000, rising to over £55,000 for extra-large rooms.

    A kitchen island is a useful addition to any kitchen design and suits both traditional and contemporary styles. Kitchen islands often divide the working space from more informal living areas, while maintaining a communal feel and a more open aesthetic than a peninsular layout. The cook can work uninterrupted on one side, while chatting to guest seated opposite. Versatile islands can play many roles; somewhere to cook, chat, study, relax and store stuff. And, if you enjoy entertaining, they’re a great spot to house a wine fridge!

    Traditionally, most kitchens would have a pantry or larder as a separate room to store food. The trend towards more open-plan living has meant that most pantries have been sacrificed to provide more undivided space. In their place, many homeowners have fitted large pantry cupboards. These offer bespoke storage for all your food and other kitchen essentials; easy to access but neatly shut away. Pantry cupboards can incorporate marble shelves for the cool storage of eggs and butter, vegetable drawers and spice racks. And we often include power sockets to further enhance the functionality of these beautiful pieces of furniture.

    Choosing the appliances for your kitchen is one of the most important design decisions. A huge range of appliances are available, from those offering time-saving practicalities for busy family life, to more sophisticated machines appealing to experimental chefs. While it’s important to ensure that your new kitchen has all the appliances you need, you should also be realistic. You might like the idea of a Miele steam oven, for example, but will you really use it? Or would the space be better assigned to something else? It is an important investment, and once to consider carefully.