at-kitchens are part of the at-studio design team and offer independent kitchen design, supply & installation.
As designers we will consider both form and function with attention to detail, enabling us to create not only beautiful but practical kitchens.
We have many styles in a range of colours and finishes, our kitchens provide exceptional quality and value for all budgets.
See our styles and ranges here.
We know having a kitchen installed can be daunting, so we want to make the process as simple as possible for you.
The kitchen design process covers everything from understanding the kitchen design to space planning, from briefing a kitchen designer through to delivery, installation and final inspection.
Take a look at our design process timeline.
Colours and Finishes
It is a very personal choice when it comes to deciding on colours and finishes for your kitchen and trends change, we will inspire you to make the right style choices and review the latest trends in Kitchen design, here are some of them…
White kitchens have dominated the market for past few decades but remain the popular choice in contemporary design due to white’s timeless appeal and ability to brighten up spaces, however the use of colour has become popular in recent years and more choice means you are no longer restricted to neutral colours.
The current trend for kitchens is to include two different tones; neutral finishes such as greige, white and timber, coupled with more intense shades like navy blue or dark green. A timber finish remains a traditional favourite due to its classic appearance and natural warmth and will stand the test of time.
Just select from our colour palette.
Choosing the right worktop is important and a key factor when choosing your kitchen, worktops are available in a wide range of finishes and thicknesses to suit all tastes.
Our worktops are templated, so will be measured for fitting once your kitchen units are in place. Laminate and Timber worktops can be measured in advance, so tend to be the quicker and cheaper options.
See here for more information about the different types.