Modern Italian kitchens combine natural materials and warm colours to create an inviting atmosphere that draws family and friends to spend quality time together. Large amounts of natural light play off a clever mixture of matte, glossy and textured surfaces like stone, granite and slate.
Italian family culture is rich with culinary emphasis and traditions centred around preparing and enjoying food with loved ones. Keeping with those values, a defining feature of Italian kitchen design is the visible storage and display of dishware, cookware and utensils. Each design in our Italian kitchen collection provides open space for your favourite dishes, so you can enjoy the beauty of this authentic Italian kitchen tradition.
The Italian kitchen offers a casual luxury that’s perfect for families who enjoy spending time together around good food. Homes with natural elements like exposed wooden beams coordinate well with common components of Italian kitchen design, like high-quality wooden cabinets. These elements accentuate the comfortable, welcoming tone of the design.
This style incorporates a variety of materials that can be customised to blend beautifully with many homes. Wood, stone and laminate provide endless opportunities for personalisation and compliment virtually any colour scheme, so that your kitchen can become an extension of the home you love and soon, your favourite room in the house.
Choose from our versatile collection of Italian kitchens to warm your home and create a beautiful gathering place where you can enjoy quality time with your family and share memorable moments with friends and guests.
Every aspect of your new kitchen will be carefully designed to create the functional, attractive and welcoming space you’ve always dreamed of. We can even install your new Italian kitchen for you. Book a meeting to discuss the vision you have for your kitchen and what we can do to bring that vision to life. With showrooms in London & Hertfordshire showcasing some of our Italian kitchens you can gain some inspiration before discussing designs.