We are thrilled to see a client’s lovely Roundhouse Urbo bespoke kitchen featured in the October 2015 issue of Kitchens Bedrooms & Bathrooms magazine.In the feature titled Best of British, our client Nigel, a British designer himself, explains how he was keen to buy British but didn't want anything too traditional, yet wanted it made by British craftsmen. Roundhouse provided the perfect bespoke solution – a British, contemporary, understated kitchen that melded his desire for craftsmanship and quality with a fine attention to detail. It’s a Roundhouse Urbo matt lacquer bespoke kitchen in Farrow & Ball Cornforth White with horizontal grain Walnut wall cabinets and a Silestone Kensho worksurface. We’re sure you’ll agree it’s a beautiful kitchen....

If you’re thinking of making our special sticky pork ribs on the barbecue this weekend forget the boring old burger buns as an accompaniment. Make it really special with this recipe for Brioche buns from Roundhouse Kitchen Coach Amy, made in her own Roundhouse bespoke kitchen. Give them a try - we guarantee you won’t be disappointed! Brioche buns  Ingredients                                                                         Makes 8 x buns   300g full-fat milk (weighing is more accurate than measuring) 500g strong white bread flour 20g fresh yeast (or 1 x sachet fast-action dried) 60g butter, at room temperature 50g caster sugar 12g fine salt 2 x egg yolks (we used Burford Brown eggs for their lovely orange yolks) For the glaze 1 x egg yolk 1 tbsp water pinch of fine sea salt white and black sesame seeds, to sprinkle Method  Begin by gently warming the milk in a saucepan, or in the microwave. It needs to be lukewarm, so don’t heat it too much.  Weigh the flour in to a large mixing bowl, and if using fresh yeast, rub it in with your fingers. If using dried yeast, mix through the flour evenly.  Now rub in the butter until the mix resembles breadcrumbs.  Stir through the sugar and salt, make a well in the centre of the dry ingredients and tip in the egg yolks and milk.  Using a knife or your hands, mix the wet and dry ingredients together – it will look quite sticky and wet but don’t worry!  Tip the dough out on to...

 It may feel like the bank holiday weekend signals the end of summer and the rain makes it feel like autumn but we’re firmly in the camp of bring-out-the-barbecue whatever the weather. It's not over yet - we've a little window of sunshine promised on Friday evening so get the barbecue lit! Amy, the Roundhouse Kitchen Coach has devised a great late summer recipe for Sticky glazed Chinese pork ribs, to cook in the oven or indeed on the barbecue. Amy has also come up up with a great alternative to burger rolls - brioche buns - we've posted this recipe too if you'd like to combine them. She’s tried out both recipes in her own bespoke Roundhouse kitchen so she knows they work… is that a glimmer of sun we spy… go on bring out the barbie! Sticky glazed Chinese pork ribs Ingredients 2 x racks pork loin ribs sunflower or groundnut oil, for drizzling 2 tbsp Chinese five spice Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper For the glaze 2 tbsp sunflower or groundnut oil 2 x red onions, chopped 1 level tsp Chinese five spice 1/2 tsp dried chilli flakes 75ml fresh apple juice 3 tbsp hoisin sauce 2 tbsp runny honey 1 tbsp tomato ketchup 1 tbsp red wine vinegar 1 tbsp light soy sauce To serve A sprinkling of toasted sesame seeds – we used black and white 3 x spring onions, chopped Method Begin by preparing the ribs. Drizzle with enough oil to coat, then sprinkle over the...

The Roundhouse Richmond showroom is currently closed while it is undergoing a complete revamp. The showroom will be refurbished with new displays and finishes, some of which haven't yet been seen anywhere else.Among the new products on show will be brand new contemporary rough sawn wood finishes and a textured granite for a peninsula and to clad the wall. We'll be installing a stunning piece of marble for walls and a worktop and high gloss metallic finishes.  Among Roundhouse design favourites there will be our signature Urbo handle less bespoke kitchen and the Fulham pantry. We're very excited about the new look Roundhouse Richmond showroom - watch this space for details of the re-opening....

A Roundhouse bespoke kitchen is the perfect fit for any space and here on the top floor of a London mansion block, this compact kitchen packs a storage punch way above its size.Although the bespoke kitchen is relatively small, the space is used very efficiently and includes a Fulham larder, a tambour unit and sliding doors on the reverse of the sink peninsula. A bespoke bookshelf is also built in and defines the border between the kitchen and living space.The Roundhouse Urbo bespoke kitchen is in matt lacquer matched to Shallows by the Little Green Paint Company with Marengo Silestone worktops with an Aubergine Decomatte splashback. All in all it's a great example of how Roundhouse bespoke cabinetry really does make the most of the available space....

Our Kitchen Coach Amy visited this lovely Roundhouse Urbo high gloss and matt lacquer bespoke kitchen recently.The bespoke kitchen is in two subtly different shades of grey, matched to Farrow & Ball’s Purbeck stone for the base and tall cabinets and Farrow & Ball’s Moles Breath for the wall cabinets with a Caesarstone Oyster work surface with a sharknose edging.The kitchen has some very nice features such as the little cupboard on the back of the island, which is hinged near the floor and used for extra storage and an end drawer above the integrated book shelf, for odds and ends.The owner, Fred Schwab has very kindly taken some lovely shots for us to use and we send our grateful thanks to him – they are very professional, we’re sure you’ll agree....