We're sprucing up the flagship Roundhouse Wigmore St showroom and getting ready for our open event tomorrow, part of our annual participation in the London Design Festival 2015. All our bespoke kitchens are looking their shiny best, the perfect backdrop on which to display Stuart Carey's beautifully elegant tableware.We are delighted that Stuart has agreed to show his latest work and it really does look fantastic in situ. Do pop in and take a look. The  London Design Festival 2015 Stuart Carey exhibition is open at the Roundhouse showroom 11 Wigmore St W1  from 18 – 26 September 2015, Monday to Friday 10.00 – 18.00, Saturday 10.00 – 17.00....

Getting the balance between capturing a trend and making it your own can be difficult. This Roundhouse bespoke kitchen shows how it should be done, with a design that is timeless yet very current.White subway tiles together with a polished concrete work surface on the kitchen island, open shelving, exposed brick and vintage stools give this Roundhouse Urbo matt lacquer bespoke kitchen in Fired Earth Bone White an urban vibe.The Walnut breakfast bar offsets the hardness of the polished concrete and on the sink run is a work surface in Corian Pearl Grey. Industrial-style lighting completes the design, with brightly coloured furniture bringing an ecletic, contemporary look to this very desirable bespoke kitchen....

This beautiful Roundhouse bespoke kitchen has everything a busy family needs, including somewhere to store toys.It’s a Roundhouse Urbo matt lacquer kitchen in Farrow & Ball Purbeck Stone and a bespoke Driftwood finish in light grey with a horizontal grain. The work surface is in Caesarstone 5141 with a shark nose edge.The soft greys create a calm environment for the busy family and the kitchen is packed with clever storage to help keep it clutter free. The Driftwood banquette seating even has extra storage underneath and all the toys are easily accessible in the bespoke Driftwood cabinet. In this Roundhouse bespoke kitchen there’s a place for everything and everything has its place!...

This beautiful Roundhouse Shark matt lacquer kitchen is in two shades of Farrow & Ball paint, Downpipe and Purbeck Stone with a Nero Assoluto Shark worksurface and Light Ash Corian L-shaped breakfast bar. The clients that own it are part Italian and it’s a real family kitchen where everyone cooks.The bespoke kitchen is at the heart of a large family home, always full of family and food and lots of cooking, it’s a kitchen which is really used and lived in.The Roundhouse bespoke kitchen has a large long island with a Corian section for the breakfast bar, in a room filled with light from the several sets of glass doors that open onto the garden.The kitchen also has two capacious Fulham larders, one devoted to a coffee machine and the other to another Italian love – pasta!...

An object lesson in how to integrate the outdoors with the inside, this Roundhouse bespoke kitchen shows just how it should be done. It's a Roundhouse Urbo matt lacquer bespoke kitchen in Farrow & Ball Downpipe with a quartz composite worksurface; Caesarstone, London Grey with a Miele flush fit gas hob.Amy, the Roundhouse kitchen coach recently visited the client and discovered that the bespoke kitchen is part of a big renovation project.The client is a keen cook and is delighted with his Roundhouse kitchen and we think you’ll agree that it looks absolutely stunning....

Roundhouse is a big supporter of putting something back into the kitchen industry and we’ve been instrumental in helping to set up the Foundation Degree in Kitchen Design at Bucks New University, in fact our MD Craig is a visiting lecturer. We sponsor a design student Grace, who is simultaneously working for Roundhouse and studying for her degree. Known as blended learning, the three-year course consists of three residential weekends a year with most students working within the kitchen sector and fitting their assignments around full or part time work, studying on average between 15-20 hours per week. It’s a privilege to be involved at the start of what we believe will become an established and recognised route into kitchen design, following a similar path as interior designers to a formal qualification. There are still a few places left for the new academic year and generous sponsorship packages are available. If you are interested in applying for the course or know someone who maybe, please contact advice@bucks.ac.uk Course leader: David Gillett, MSc BSc (Hons) Cert Ed LCGI....