Finding a kitchen that has a timeless appeal and that will be as fun to be in ten years hence as it is now, or a kitchen that will adapt to your physical space and way of living in it  can sometimes feel a little daunting. Two kitchens we recently completed demonstrate the flexibility of our bespoke kitchens, and how the same design can look completely different in two diverse locations. One is in a compact apartment converted from an old warehouse in Shoreditch, London, while the other is in a rambling old ex-vicarage in a tiny village in Surrey. The smaller scale urban warehouse conversion packs a lot into a relatively compact space  and retains an urban vibe, through the juxtaposition of discreet contemporary cabinetry against exposed brickwork. The country house kitchen is a beautifully proportioned room with an island in mango wood veneer that perfectly suits its understated style.  Both kitchens are from our Urbo handleless range in a matt lacquer finish and provide a great example of just how adaptable Urbo can be. So, whether you are an urban-lover used to London’s compact spaces or a country dweller with plenty of room to spread out, there is a Roundhouse bespoke kitchen with your name on it!   ...

Fifteen lucky members of the Roundhouse team were invited to Aveqia in Farringdon, London, courtesy of our friend Susie Robinson at Siemens appliances, to experience a fine dining masterclass. Aveqia is all about connecting thorough gastronomy and the Roundhouse team certainly bonded over some of the complex sauces they made. We were really pleased to be able to cook using Siemens appliances, as we sell them all the time. The Aveqia venue is beautifully designed and the kitchen immaculately laid out - which chimes with the Roundhouse ethos of functionality and good design - we felt quite at home! Head chef, Daniel and assistant head chef Julia, divided the team into four groups to prepare a meal to be eaten at the end of the evening. The four course meal included a starter of carpaccio of beef, a fish course of sea bass and white asparagus with a barley salad, pan fried lamb with goats cheese and potato croquettes, scallions and green beans in herb butter and a dessert of rhubarb sorbet, rhubarb and raspberries. Each course was accompanied by a specially chosen wine, introduced by Daniel  and we think the photos show what a good job we made of cooking the meal - and an even better one of eating it!        ...

Roundhouse is a rather like an extended family; our architects and designers are based in our London showrooms and Guildford and Cheltenham and the expert cabinetmakers who build our beautiful bespoke kitchens are based in our own factory in Malvern. The skills our craftsmen employ there bridge the gap between centuries-old traditions of workmanship and the latest technical innovations. They are the ones who make the connection between hand and machine, combining their unique joinery skills with state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques. Having our own factory means that we can ensure that all our made to measure kitchens are of the highest quality and that we can offer an almost limitless choice of materials, colours, fittings and styles. It also enables us to choose only those woods that meet the highest standards of FSC accreditation and we have a tree-planting scheme in place. We believe that the Roundhouse approach gives our clients a flexibility not found elsewhere and it means that that our designers have a unique understanding of what can be achieved to create the perfect bespoke kitchen. Made in Britain, built to last. ...

The Roundhouse Guildford showroom has recently undergone redecoration and our designer Paul Welburn is enjoying showing off stunning bespoke kitchens, bedroom and other furniture. Among the featured kitchens is a Roundhouse Classic matt lacquer kitchen, a Natural Oak riven veneer Metro kitchen with an Urbo island unit and a high gloss, signal white Metro kitchen. Showing in Guildford for the first time, from the Roundhouse newest, unique range of metallic finishes, is a Burnished Bronze cabinet, part of a smart AV display. You’ll also find a beautiful bespoke Metro bedroom, and a study display in matt lacquer and maple veneer. Paul is looking forward to welcoming new and established clients to the new-look Roundhouse Guildford showroom. ...

This week the Roundhouse design team left their various showrooms and travelled to the Roundhouse factory in Malvern for a catch up and look around. Production director Simon Smith showed them all the exciting new developments and products which will be available very soon.     ...

It's very exciting for us here in Wigmore Street, our new bespoke kitchens have arrived and are being fitted now. Much thought has gone in to designing the new layout and choosing the cabinetry, surfaces and colours and we can't wait to show off our new look. Keep your eyes on this space for the final reveal! ...