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COVER IMAGE: Real customers’ kitchen in Nixon sand gloss and Samsa red-brown highland oak. Many thanks to Dr & Mrs Crane for letting us photograph their new kitchen and use the pictures in our brochure. Special mention goes to Menyn the cat, for performing perfectly and responding well to the bribe of the cat biscuits!


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Welcome to our new kitchen brochure featuring a stunning range of kitchens — all made right here in the UK. We hope you’re inspired by the stylish selection of urban, contemporary and classic collections featured. So many colours, finishes and styles to choose from and all surprisingly affordable too. Take the first step towards the kitchen of your dreams...

Urban Nixon Sand10 Graphite11 Mussel12 Ivory14 Mint15 White16 Handleless17 Centrale Light Oak 18 Hacienda Black / Cinnamon 20 Mussel21 Invicta White22 Ivory23

CUSTOMER KITCHEN Creating our dream kitchen

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Mitre White26 Alabaster27 Ivory / Nutmeg 28 Samsa Brown Cassino 30 Champagne31 Alpha White32 Latte33 Roxbury Mussel34

Contemporary

Classic

Accessories

Stanford Sand38 Alabaster39

Lorelle Natural Oak Character Oak

CUSTOMER KITCHEN Creating our dream kitchen  40

Clifton Powder blue 52 Ivory53

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Harmony White Cotton / Powder Blue 60 Oak / Cream 61 Sage Green 62

Storage 

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Worktops

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Appliances 

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Venice Light Oak Antiqued

Sinks and Taps78 63

Tate Light Oak Lava / Mussel

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CUSTOMER KITCHEN Creating our dream kitchen  54

Arran Ivory64

Shelby Mussel / Cinnamon Light Oak

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Florence Ivory56 Light Oak 57

Harvard Ivory66

Melbourne Ivory / Stone

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Venice Light Oak / Stone

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Handles80 Doors

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The key to our success quality, service and price. Customer Care There’s no point having great products at very competitive prices, if you don’t have good staff who will treat your customers well. We really believe that we have great staff and our customers must do too, because we regularly get feedback from them on how pleased they are with the service they’ve had from us. Our business has been built on developing good relationships with our customers and we take personal care to ensure your experience with us goes as smoothly as possible. Fortunately for us, the vast majority of our customers seem to agree that we do offer great customer care.

Why not come and see for yourself. Pat Thomas — Retail Director

“It has been a pleasure dealing with your company.” N Evans

“The service was excellent, from the time we walked into the showroom to the installation of the kitchen.” Mr & Mrs Gregory


Well, you’re in safe hands now. We’ve been designing and making kitchens for over 37 years, right here in the UK, so we really are experts and our business has been built on good quality, value for money products. Our kitchens start at just £2,500 and can go to well over £25,000 but we always design to your budget, not ours. So, when you first come to see us and start looking at various styles, finishes and designs of kitchens, it helps to have a budget in mind – even if it’s just an approximate one.

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Let’s be honest, a new kitchen can be a major expense. It’s something you’ve probably thought about for a while, you’ve done some research, maybe have some ideas of what you like or possibly just don’t know where to start.

We will always give you the best price we can – we don’t offer exaggerated discounts like 50% or more off. How genuine are those offers really? There are lots of things to consider in the cost – it’s not just the units, worktops, handles and appliances. You may want to re-tile your floor, perhaps move some of the utility supplies around, have new lights that require some electrical work and of course there’s the fitting of your new kitchen.

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The cost of your new kitchen

It can seem overwhelming, but let us guide you through the process and you can be assured that you are buying a great kitchen that is value for money, will be expertly designed and will last. It will also be fitted by one of our experienced and reliable installation teams. After all, a great design is pointless if it’s not fitted properly. PRICE PROMISE In fact, we firmly believe that you cannot buy the same quality kitchen at a better price anywhere on the High Street today. If you do, we offer our PRICE PROMISE and will match it. Naturally there are some terms and conditions that apply, but this is a very genuine offer. We pride ourselves on the quality of our products, the quality of our design and the quality of our service. Come and talk to us and let us help you.

Did you know: The average price of a new kitchen is between £6,000 - £8,000?

If you find the same kitchen cheaper elsewhere, we’ll match the price!


What happens next...

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Free Design and Planning

your step by step guide to the kitchen of your dreams Our aim is to make your experience of choosing a new kitchen as easy and as stress free as possible. Right from the very first moments of deciding on colours and finishes, to the personalised design we’ll do for you, through each step of making it at our own UK factory, to delivering and fitting it — we want to make sure you are completely happy.

We offer a free, no obligation design and planning service. One of our Kitchen Designers will visit your home, measure your room and get an understanding of how you use your space. They’ll listen to what you want and use their experience to make suggestions on achieving the kitchen of your dreams, whatever your budget.

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Choice

With over 120 different doors, ranging from classic to contemporary, we are sure to have something that you’ll love, and one that also fits your budget. With all the latest trends, creative storage solutions and a service that can create bespoke cabinets for all those awkward or unusual corners, your kitchen will be designed to give you exactly what you want.

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No Obligation Quote

Once you’re happy with your design, we’ll produce a thorough costing for you so you’ll know exactly how much your new kitchen will cost. We’ll work with you on any changes you want to make, and can offer suggestions on where you can save money without compromising quality.


Survey

When you’re happy to go ahead and order your kitchen, we’ll send one of our very experienced Installation Managers out to double check all measurements. When we’re sure they’re all 100% accurate, we’ll confirm your order with you and start making your new kitchen.

We make your kitchen ourselves

We have our very own, state of the art factory here in the UK. By making your kitchen ourselves, and selling directly through our own showrooms, gives you much better value for money with no “middle men” taking their cut. We’ve invested millions into our factory and it is now considered one of the most modern and efficient in Europe – so we manage the whole process from start to finish. If you live locally, you can even call in to see it being made!

Preparation and Delivery

As the day approaches for your new kitchen to be delivered, we’ll keep in regular contact and ensure everything is ready. We can help co-ordinate a range of services including utility supplies, so that when the kitchen arrives it can be installed without delay, and at each step, we help you by managing the process and making sure everything happens when it should.

Fitting We have teams of experienced installers who understand our kitchens and have the skills to fit them to your exact requirements, and more importantly with the least disruption for you. All our kitchen cabinets are delivered ready assembled. This saves you time and money on your installation costs.

“Sophia went out of her way to help, and every time I had a query she found a solution... a true professional and a very able designer” Ms McMenamin

“Design consultant was amazing – exceptionally patient and went out of his way to ensure I got the product I wanted.” Mr Pickard

“Martin and Gareth are an absolute credit to your company and their fitting techniques faultless.” Ms C Wright

Can’t wait to get the kitchen of your dreams? All our showroom locations are on the back cover – come and see us, we’ll help you through each step.

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But don’t just take our word for it...


urban Sleek, stylish and very desirable, the Urban collection showcases great modern design and smooth lines to give a real wow factor.

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Nixon graphite

Cool minimalist lines in a neutral sand gloss are styled up with chunky worktops and gable ends in crystal white laminate.

Sleek gloss graphite doors and these fantastic extra wide drawers for the ultimate in stylish urban living.

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Stylish gloss doors in neutral grey cream for a cool looking kitchen. Create points of interest as we have done here with our unique ‘Flight’ diagonally shaped cabinets and open shelving, for a very stylish look.

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Nixon Mussel |

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Great ideas to create a stunning kitchen… 1. Putting your appliances together saves time as you move around your kitchen and gives a streamlined look.

3. Maximise available space in corners with clever storage solutions.

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Getting quotes from other High Street kitchen companies? Ask us for one – you’ll be pleasantly surprised.

2. Long slim brushed nickel handles really suit a modern kitchen, like this Nixon Aubergine one.


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Display your favourite items on open shelving


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Nixon ivory

Nixon mint

Add interest to this gloss ivory range with some of our unique angled ‘Flight’ doors, shown here in Sienna Truffle Avola. The area around the sink also has our exclusive deeper and thicker worktop and comes out further to break up the straight lines.

Fresh mint gloss doors contrasted with the dark grain of Samsa’s red — brown highland oak really bring this kitchen to life.

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nixon white / SIENNA GREY AVOLA Gloss white doors have been mixed with units from our Sienna Grey Avola range for a stylish modern look.

Unique finish: With over 120 different doors in a range of colours and finishes, the opportunities to mix and match are endless. Talk to one of our Kitchen Designers — they’ll help you create a truly unique kitchen that fits your taste and your lifestyle. Nixon White

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Walnut

White

Black

Sand

Mint

Alabaster

Aubergine

Graphite

Ivory

Mussel

Grey Avola

Truffle Avola

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Nixon handleless What could be more streamlined and more minimalist than a kitchen without handles? Our Nixon range is available in a ‘press motion’ option that opens by touch for a very desirable, designer look.

Style tip: Integrated appliances and clever storage solutions inside cabinets can be accommodated into this sleek kitchen, with a concealed built in handle on the door.

Champagne Avola

White Avola

Grey Brown Avola

Bardolino Oak

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The beautiful real oak veneer with its horizontal grain on the doors, is set off here by the bright worktops and then the dramatic impact of the striking dark breakfast bench. Three different finishes, all working beautifully together.

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Call into your nearest showroom to find the right one for you.

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Great ideas to create a stunning kitchen…

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Centrale Light Oak |

Centrale Light Oak

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1. Use bright colours on a splashback, feature wall or accessories to lift a plain kitchen. 2. C  hoose stylish appliances that look good, and work well.

Affordable quality – We offer flexible ways to pay with our finance packages. Ask for details.

4. M  aximise space in corners with clever storage solutions such as this Magic Corner. We’ve got a video showing it in action on our website – take a look. 5. U  se different worksurfaces to define areas – food preparation, cooking, eating.

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3. C  hunky, sleek or multifunctional — taps are probably the most used item in a kitchen.


Centrale Hacienda Black / Cinnamon

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The light, cool Centrale Cinnamon is given extra impact when mixed with the Hacienda Black, and the straight lines of the wall units and drawers help to emphasise the horizontal grain of the doors.

Mix & match: Mixing and matching different colours or even textures is very popular at the moment.

Don’t forget all our cabinets come with soft close as standard

It means you can create a kitchen that is totally unique — whether gloss white with wood finishes, or dark and light mixtures as here — your choice, your kitchen. Haciend a Black Cinnamon


Stained

Cinnamon

Anthracite

Black Brown Ferrara

Light Oak

Hacienda Black

Wenge

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Lava

Olive

Ginger

Mussel

Brown Grey

Graphite

White Cotton

Cream

Sage Green

Powder Blue

Stone

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Centrale Mussel Sleek, stylish and very desirable. Our Centrale range is the perfect combination of great design, quality and practicality. With a minimalist finish, Centrale is all about smooth lines and refined styling to create a space that is modern, without over complication or fussy detail.

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Create a softer look with a curved unit at the end of a run and a shaped worktop.

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Style tip: Extra tall larder units with pull out shelving maximise storage space and ensure everything is within easy reach. See videos of other storage solutions on our website.

invicta white We are always developing new products and were first on the market with this European styled range with its integrated handles, innovative curves and corners. A minimalist and sleek kitchen that can be accessorised with bold colours and appliances to add interest and personality.


Invicta

White

Ivory

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Cool ivory in this handleless kitchen gives a very modern feel, but adding a dark worktop on the island and open shelving, adds warmth and a tactile element.

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invicta ivory


creating our dream kitchen by Dr and Mrs Crane

“The kitchen is perfect. We wouldn’t have done anything differently.”


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innovative design The property was a large detached family house, with a surprisingly small kitchen, so a huge extension was planned for an open plan kitchen/ dining/ living area. With high ceilings and bi-fold doors, overlooking the garden, it’s now a great space.

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Name: Dr and Mrs Crane Type of property: Detached family house

Tony and Alex Crane approached us after having tried several other kitchen companies — but all had put a wider, shorter island near the windows leaving quite a bit of unused space at the other end of the room. Our designer, Martyn Harris was the only one to suggest a longer, narrower island, which worked much better. the finishing touches Using 2 different finishes — Nixon sand gloss and Samsa’s textured red brown highland oak on the doors, and then encasing with white corian worktops created a stunning kitchen Great planning makes the kitchen work well — such as having the sink, dishwasher and cutlery drawers right next to each other. To the other side of the sink is a waste disposal unit with different bins for general rubbish and various recycling. As Alex said, “You don’t realise what a difference the layout makes until you start using it — it’s so much easier” Integrated appliances built into the bank of units include a large fridge, a freezer, coffee maker and microwave. A practical solution but also very stylish with the red-brown surround and plinth lighting.

Although the island has an open area at the end, with the overlapping worksurface all the way along, it will accommodate seats all the way down if necessary.

Feeling inspired? Want to take the next step in getting the kitchen of your dreams?

Book a design visit today at sigma3.co.uk

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Favourite feature:


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Looking for a stylish, streamlined kitchen that won’t break the bank? Then our Mitre range could be perfect. We’ve designed many kitchens in this range that have cost between £4,000 and £5,000. Contrasted here with our unique teacup island in Samsa red-brown highland oak — once again, we’ve created clever, innovative designs that you’ll only find in our showrooms.

Mitre White / Alabaster |

Mitre White

Smooth gloss doors in a very practical, easy to clean and easy to live with look. Why not add a splash of colour with a bright glass splashback.

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Mitre Alabaster


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White

Alabaster

Ivory

Nutmeg

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mitre ivory / nutmeg Gloss slab doors in two complementary shades which, with the pale hues of the glass splash back and the painted walls, creates a very calm environment. Hi-tech appliances and modern accessories add stylish touches.

Style tip:

Why not extend a worktop – either at the end of a run of wall units or, like here, on an island to create a breakfast bar that doesn’t take up too much room.


“You are a totally professional company and I would not hesitate to recommend you.” N Evans

“First class fitting.” Mr & Mrs Tucker

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REASONS TO CHOOSE US… 1. We’ve been designing and making kitchens for over 37 years — why not pop into your nearest showroom.

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Mitre Ivory / Nutmeg |

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Ms C Wright

“The design process was great and at all times I was impressed with staff turning up as agreed and keeping appointments.” Mr N Speed

“Sevice was excellent and nothing was too much trouble.” Mr & Mrs M Jones

2. Our design and planning service is completely free and we’ll provide a quote with no obligation.

4. We’ve built our reputation on a quality product and quality service. Our value for money kitchens are also very affordable. 5. All our kitchens are made right here in the UK and we’re very proud of it.

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3. We offer a fully managed fitting service with our own surveyors and teams of experienced fitters.


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samsa brown cassino ASH The warm textured grain of this door is mixed here with Roxbury Olive. Doors and cabinets of different shapes and sizes — some unique to us, create a real designer look and with stylised features like our convex joining piece on the worktop, this really is a kitchen you won’t find anywhere else.

Create defined areas:

Always developing new and innovative designs.

Using different heights of cabinets and worktops helps to create clearly defined areas within your kitchen. Here, a lower level eating area is separated from the food preparation and washing area, although the same worktop links them together to give a smooth transition.


Samsa

Natural Aragon Oak

Red Brown Highland Oak

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Quartz Champagne

Brown Cassino Ash

Grey Avola

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Sienna

Champagne Avola

White Avola

Truffle Avola

Bardolino Oak

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Door edging

Style tip:

Our unique incline drawer packs, here with a extended worktop create a great focal point at the hob. Practical and stylish.

Samsa natural aragon oak door featuring 2mm edging and radius.

Sienna grey avola door featuring 2mm edging and radius.

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Our most popular kitchens are always cream ones and here three different finishes of cream and beige are mixed together to great effect. Samsa champagne quartz, Nixon sand and Sienna champagne avola in various cabinets indicate designated areas for food preparation, eating and cooking.


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Alpha white High gloss doors in a selection of warm colours, the Alpha range has curved units that are perfect for a smooth circular island — great for socialising.

Style tip: Why not try an extra deep worktop like this one in Flash Black coarse textured 60mm deep laminate and with a deep overhang it can be used as a breakfast bar too.


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Olivewood

Latte

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Vanilla

Ebony

White

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Alpha Latte Modern but with a retro feel, the olivewood doors look great mixed here with the Alpha latte, but keep the rest of the room fairly neutral in colour to really draw attention to the woodgrain gloss effect.

Style tip: Islands and end units can curve outwards as well as inwards. Smooth curves in shiny gloss finishes — a perfect pairing.

We’re very friendly and welcoming, come and see us for advice and suggestions.

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Roxbury Mussel This range comes in a selection of complementary, muted shades which all work well together to create a calm, stylish kitchen. Here, the mussel has been mixed with nutmeg.

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Be brave: Curved open shelving in a contrasting finish — here shown in Sienna grey avola with curved edges, is a great way to break up a plain row of wall cabinets and also to put frequently used items within easy reach, or even your favourite designer kitchenware on display.


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Wow! These drawers are the widest and deepest available on the market. Shown here as a double drawer system behind a single drawer front, they also come in a triple drawer system, each up to 600mm. If you have the space for it you could easily fit your weekly shopping in these drawers. The picture is shown in Roxbury Ivory, but these drawers are available in Nixon, Sienna and Samsa too.

Nutmeg

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Stone

Mussel

Style tip: Soften the end of a long run of units with a curved one. It’s also handy if you’ve got limited space or young children running around who might bump into sharp corners.

We have lots more storage solutions on our website. Got to sigma3.co.uk

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wide deep drawers

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contemporary Sophisticated and uncluttered Shaker styling features in all of the Contemporary collection, offered in a wide range of colours, stains and paints.

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Stanford sand Contemporary shaker design in a high gloss finish — a great combination. The open shelving and glass cabinets make this quite an informal kitchen and the island in Sienna grey avola is great for socialising whilst preparing food.

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Make a statement:

All our cabinets and drawers come with soft close as standard

Appliances don’t need to be just functional, they can be stunning statement pieces. This white glass hood looks like a modern sculpture. There are so many to choose from now — we can help you pick the right one. Come and see us, and ask us for some advice.


This is a warm cream gloss that has very simple shaker styling. It’s available in a range of colours, which look great mixed in with these units. Why not try a strong contrast like graphite on the bottom cabinets or all the drawers in the striking aubergine? You can create whatever combination suits your taste, your kitchen and your lifestyle.

Stanford

Sand

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Black

Alabaster

Aubergine

Mint

Mussel

Ivory

Graphite

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Stanford Sand / Alabaster |

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Style tip:

A ‘breakfront’ in the worktop is where it comes forward slightly, to add more interest to an otherwise straight run of units. It can create a focal point on a cooking or food preparation area, or even a dresser.

Want to see more, go to our website sigma3.co.uk

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creating OUR dream kitchen by Mr and Mrs Dunscombe

“I’m so glad we waited — this really is our dream kitchen.”


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living the dream Ray and Helen Dunscombe had already chosen their dream kitchen, 3 years prior to actually getting it. They’d seen the warm cream gloss Nixon doors in one of our showrooms, and had a design created for them, but it hadn’t been the right time to buy. So, after a few years, they started looking at other styles and getting a variety of different designs, but then came back to their original choice and that very first design.

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Name: Mr and Mrs Dunscombe Type of property: Detached family house

“It was still the best design — the layout, the mixture of units and all the storage” says Helen. creative space Maximising cupboard space had been particularly important, so their Kitchen Designer, created a bank of floor to ceiling units, encased in the Samsa natural aragon oak, with a selection of deep drawers, vertical and horizontal units to maintain a stylish look. Finished with a small curved unit which blends the kitchen into the cosy seating area around the corner.

Favourite feature: “My favourite part of the kitchen, is my spice rack!” With deep drawers below the hob for saucepans and a Le Mans corner storage unit that pulls out, the planning of this area has made cooking hassle free.

Fabulous design, great quality and good service. Now it’s your turn. Locations of all our showrooms are on the back cover.

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With its mixture of cream gloss doors, light aragon oak panels and the dark worktops this is a very welcoming kitchen, and the lights in the plinths and the frosted glass unit create a great atmosphere at night. As Helen says “this is a very sociable kitchen — we’ve had some great parties here and the open wine rack is very handy!”


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tate light oak Beautiful, warm oak styled in a chunky shaker finish with wide borders around the cabinets and drawers. Unusual bi-fold wall units that lift upwards for ease, with wide shelves giving lots of storage.

Style tip: Use accessories that complement your kitchen, in a similar style. The chunky borders of the doors here, are matched with a chunky square style tap and straight wide handles. Little details make a big difference!


Tate

White Cotton

Olive

Ginger

Mussel

Brown Grey

Lava

Cream

Sage Green

Powder Blue

Ivory

Stone

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A wide framed shaker style kitchen in a range of painted finishes — here dramatic lava is balanced by the neutral mussel. See how the deep drawers and lift up wall units really show the chunky framework off well? And with this style of kitchen, horizontal bar handles suit the shape of the cabinet fronts perfectly.

Style tip:

Why not continue the worktop material down the edge of the counter for a streamlined look?

The average price of a new kitchen is £6,000 to £8,000, but we also design several in the £12,000 to £15,000 range too.

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tate lava / Mussel


Shelby mussel / cinnamon

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In our Shelby range, we have 19 different finishes available — some painted, some stained. With the stained colours, you really get to see the grain of wood and whether you go for a single colour throughout, two complementary shades or even a neutral main colour for all the wall units and then something dramatic on an island, they are all designed to work well together. Create a kitchen that’s as unique as you are. i

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Style tip: A cleverly shaped chunky wooden worktop at the end of this island, clearly designates an area for food preparation — we can make any shape you want, talk to your Kitchen Designer about creating a truly bespoke look that is exactly what you want.


Stained

Anthracite

Cinnamon

Hacienda Black

Wenge

Character Oak

Light Oak

Lava

Olive

Ginger

Mussel

Brown Grey

Stone

Graphite

White Cotton

Powder Blue

Cream

Sage Green

Ivory

Black Brown Ferrara

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shelby light oak Oak kitchens are always popular — the beautiful shades of wood give a really warm feel to any room. This contemporary solid oak shaker style kitchen features chunky brushed steel handles and a stylishly shaped island to give it a very modern feel.

Style tip: Add colour to your kitchen with bright accessories — much easier to refresh when you fancy a change.

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melbourne ivory / stone Looking for a stylish shaker style finish in some subtle hues? Our Melbourne range comes in 6 gentle shades, each complementing the other so they look great when 2 shades are combined in one room. Try wall units in one colour, base ones in another. Or to make a focal point of an area, for example an island or the area around the hob, focus a different colour there to the rest of your kitchen.

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Have a worktop at a height to showcase gadgets, ornaments, cook books or anything else you’d like out on display. Or why not have a few glass fronted cabinets so that your favourite kitchenware can be seen? Putting colourful items in these cabinets, and having internal lighting can be beautifully eyecatching, especially at night.


Our unique incline drawer packs make a stylish statement in this contemporary shaker kitchen. By choosing a different colour and bringing the worktop out further, really draws attention to their unusual design.

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Stone

Ivory

Olive

White

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Melbourne ivory / stone

Many of our kitchens are only available in our showrooms because we’ve developed them exclusively at our factory, here in the UK. Having our very own manufacturing plant means you’re buying directly from us, not dealing with a factory owned by someone else.

Over 37 years of excellent customer service with most of our business coming from recommendation and previous clients.

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Style tip:


classic With formal and symmetrical features, the Classic collection gives an air of elegance that will never go out of style.

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Lorelle Natural oak This classically styled solid oak range has decorative grooves and some very intricate features, such as pilasters, spice drawers and open shelving which add real character and warmth. Combine with an island in Harmony painted sage green, and accessorise with traditional kitchenware for a genuine countryside look and feel.

Style tip: The English oak used in our Lorelle range has many natural features such as pips, knots and shiny rays. It’s the nature of the wood that no two doors or drawer fronts will be exactly the same.


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Natural Oak

The warm honeyed tones of this range, pegged corner joints and the detail of the centre panels makes for a very homely, traditional kitchen. Lots of open shelving and detailed pilasters add to this feel — this is a real family kitchen centred around cooking, eating and socialising.

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Style tip: Traditional kitchens suit handles with classic design features such as these steel cage drop ones. We have nearly 200 different handles to choose from — many included in the price of the cabinets.

Getting a few quotes? See how ours compares. We think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.

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Lorelle character oak

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Clifton POWDER BLUE Our new Clifton range will appeal to those who like a traditionally styled kitchen – with its raised centre panels, classic pilasters and panelled glass doors. In this kitchen, the doors have been painted in a soft powder blue for a modern but cosy finish.

Style tip: Traditional styles of kitchens don’t always have to mean old fashioned. Modern, designer stainless steel appliances or bright splashes of colour in blinds, storage and tiling are a great way to mix the classic with the contemporary. They add personality and can be as quirky as you like.


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Want to create a dramatic look to your kitchen? How about having a mantle created around a chimney breast? The symmetrical panels of the Clifton range really suit the angular mantle here.

Powder Blue

Stone

Lava

Olive

Ginger

Mussel

Brown Grey

Ivory

Cream

Sage Green

Graphite

White Cotton

Style tip: It’s the details of the canopy that really finish it off here – look at the curved shape of the bottom edges and the upward cornice. Great design and craftsmanship combined.

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creating our dream kitchen by Mr and Mrs Coghlin

“We can’t praise our Designer, Sophia enough. She was great to work with.”


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Chosen ranges This was a large room with windows at either end, plus another looking out to the side of the house, so there was lots of natural light flooding in and our clients wanted to maximise this. They also wanted a fairly traditional style of kitchen, so chose the solid oak Harmony range in two lovely painted shades — powder blue and white cotton. Zodiac quartz composite solid worktops were then chosen for strength and hygiene.

Classic customer kitchen |

Name: Mr and Mrs Coghlin Type of property: Detached family house

How the kitchen is used As a keen cook and baker, the lady of the house needed a lot of storage for ingredients, and a kitchen that was ergonomically designed, so that when she was busy cooking everything was in easy reach and appliances were close to each other. Favourite feature The wine cooler has been very popular! Great for storing wine — both red and white at the right temperature it’s near the large dinner table overlooking the garden so perfect for entertaining.

Favourite feature:

A built in under counter wine cooler fits neatly amongst the other cabinets is unobtrusive as well as being very convenient.

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florence ivory This range comes in a beautiful selection of painted colours, all of which work well together so you could mix and match, or try all ivory units for a light, fresh look and introduce a vibrant colour with a feature wall? Traditional wall colours would work well with the classic styling of this kitchen, like the regency red used here.

Style tip: Solid wood worktops really suit this kitchen, and here we’ve styled the ends of the island to create a breakfast bench. Granite would also give a very luxurious feel. Why not combine both to differentiate the food preparation and eating areas? We can cut worktops to any shape and fit them together for a smooth finish.


Florence

Powder Blue

Stone

Lava

Olive

Ginger

Mussel

Brown Grey

Ivory

Cream

Sage Green

Graphite

White Cotton

Florence Ivory / Light Oak |

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Light Oak

Simple and stylish. The Florence range is a no-fuss, timeless kitchen that will never go out of fashion. It has strong lines and imaginative features – the open plate rack, extra deep drawers and curved doors. It’s available in light oak and twelve other painted finishes.

Even in a traditional styled kitchen, clever modern storage solutions can be incorporated to maximise all available space and ensure everything is easy to find — saving you time.

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Need some help choosing your kitchen? We’re very friendly and helpful, so call into your nearest showroom for some advice. Locations are on our website sigma3.co.uk or on the back page of this brochure.

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Venice Light Oak / Stone / Harmony Oak / Cream |

Beautiful European knotty oak is used in combination with the muted shade of stone, for a cool, calm colour scheme. We’ve created an extra wide island by incorporating a wine rack at the end, surrounded by tongue and groove panelling in keeping with the traditional look of this kitchen, and added little features like a plate rack, glass panelled doors and pointed cornice for a very classy kitchen!

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Great ideas to create a stunning kitchen… 1. Traditional appliances and features such as these pilasters and range cooker create a very authentic classic look. 2. Storage solutions such as the Le Mans corner unit, make every bit of space accessible. 3. Curved units give a softer look to corners.

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Venice light oak / stone


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A fresh colour scheme, with painted powder blue and the warmth of white cotton, creates a very stylish kitchen. Even though the styling is quite traditional, with the mantle around the oven and pilasters on the island, there’s also quite a modern feel with the hi-tech appliances and brushed stainless steel knobs. For tips on how to combine modern and traditional features, talk to your Kitchen Designer.

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Harmony White cotton / POWDER blue

Solid oak doors, combined with cream painted ash ones, both have intricate details and regular panelling — this is a very traditional kitchen with a luxurious look, especially with the dark granite worktop which has also been used for the splashbacks behind the hob and under the wall cabinets.

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HARMONY sage green In the painted colours of our Harmony range, the doors are made from Ash for a smooth finish. If you prefer a more “shabby chic� look, we can also create a distressed paint option which has a very natural aged look to it.

Style tip: Why not have a sink installed within an island? It creates a great working space for cooking and food preparation.


Venice / Harmony

Lava

Olive

Ginger

Mussel

Brown Grey

Graphite

White Cotton

Cream

Sage Green

Powder blue

Stone

Ivory

Venice Light Oak / Stone / Harmony Oak / Cream |

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Also available in a distressed painted finish.

Venice

venice light oak antiqued

Light Oak

Winchester Oak

Harmony

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Want a stylish, traditional kitchen that won’t date? The Venice light oak antiqued range in its beautiful warm honeyed tones, comes in a wide selection of cabinets, including grilled glass and gently curved corner units. This is a design that will never go out of fashion.

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Deep drawers are a great way to incorporate some clever storage ideas — like these portable plate carriers. Oak


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arran Strong lines to the Arran range, here in ivory with a stylish dark granite worktop, make a real statement. With open shelving and glass doors, why not put your designer kitchenware on display to the envy of your friends?

Style tip: With a pale kitchen, adding a feature wall in a strong colour can bring warmth into the room. Easy to change when you get bored of it, you can choose colour to match your accessories and appliances or just because it’s your favourite colour!


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Arran |

Arran

Ivory

Olive

Stone

Mussel

Nutmeg

White

If you like a traditional look to your kitchen, but don’t want it to look old fashioned, the Arran range could be just what you’re looking for. It’s got lots of classic detail like the tongue and groove effect on doors and raised panelling, but by adding chunky wooden worktops, mixed in with areas of black granite, brings it bang up to date.

Affordable quality — We offer flexible ways to pay with our finance packages. Ask for details.

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Harvard ivory A very grand looking kitchen, that is also surprisingly affordable. If this is the one you like, why not ask one of our Kitchen Designers to come up with a design for you and prepare a free quotation?


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Howard Ivory |

Harvard ivory

Stone

Ivory

Olive

White

Nutmeg

Mussel

There are lots of great options and stylised features in this range — just look at the detailing of the built in cooker hood and the pilasters to the side of glass cabinets. There are also curved units and tongue and groove panels — beautiful craftsmanship has gone into the design of this kitchen.

All our kitchens are made in our own factory, here in the UK. Something we’re very proud of.

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accessories It’s the finishing touches that make your kitchen unique. With a wide selection to choose from, have fun picking your favourites.

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storage

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Clever planning at the beginning of the design process can help you get the maximum storage space in your kitchen — whatever its size. Talk to your Kitchen Designer about clever corner units, pull out larders and all the options in our waste management units. By getting an understanding of how you use your kitchen, they can advise on the easiest way to have the things you use regularly close at hand and give tips to make your kitchen work harder for you — no more trying to reach to the back of dark cupboards!


Larder Units If you’re having some tall units in your kitchen, why not consider having some of them as pull out larder units? They make everything visible and easy to reach, we even have ones that pull out and twist and come in a range of heights.

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Waste Management With so many different types of recycling, why not make things easier by having one unit split into several bins? In various sizes and shapes, pop into your nearest showroom and see some of them in use.

Tips: Put your bins close to your sink and dishwasher, so food waste can go straight in the bin before being washed.

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1. Larder with Internal Drawers (only available in 4 drawer option). 2. Arena Le Mans Corner Storage. 3. 1000mm classic swing out larder. 4. Pull out bin systems.

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Corner storage units Pull out and slide, wire basket racks or firm bases. We have a wide range of options and even one named after the famous Le Mans racing track.

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2. Base Corner Cabinet with Twin Chrome Turn & Slide Carousel. 3. Highline cabinet with internal drawer. 4. 1970mm Tall Swing-out Larder Pantry with Acrylic Shelves. 5. Two Drawer Food Storage with Dividers. 6. 300mm Style Pull Out Larder. 7. P  ull out drawers within a larder unit (only available in 4 drawer option).

See more storage solutions on our website including videos sigma3.co.uk


worktops

Each type of kitchen worktop, has different advantages, so how do you decide which one to pick? Here’s our handy guide to help you choose the right one for your new kitchen. First, think about your lifestyle and how you use your kitchen. Do you have young children? Do you do a lot of cooking and need a heat resistance surface?


QUARTZ Comprising of 94% natural material and 6% resin, this is tough and very hardwearing with built-in antibacterial protection. It’s highly resistant to stains and scratches with low levels of moisture absorption. Available in a wide range of colours and finishes – a great choice for a kitchen.

Tips: Use worktops of different materials or different heights to define areas of your kitchen — like food preparation and eating.

Tips: Chunky worktops on a breakfast bar with a matching gable end down to the floor, for an urban look where you don’t have room for a table.

CORIAN This is the original solid surface. It’s stain resistant, easy to clean and because it’s non-porous, it’s also very hygienic. It can be made into many different shapes, so it’s popular for integrated sinks and worktops where a seamless finish is required, and is available is a very wide selection of colours. LAMINATE These surfaces are great at looking like other materials such as wood, granite or slate, so can be a much cheaper option. Suitable for general use as well as around sinks or hob areas and is heat resistant upto 180 degrees. Very low maintenance and resistant to most stains. GRANITE A luxury material suited to any style of kitchen. A glossy polished surface looks stunning, especially on a large island but it can also be finished in a matt way for a contemporary look. This natural material is low maintenance — able to withstand high temperatures, is water resistant and fairly stain resistant too, although wine should be wiped up straight away if spilt.

Tips: We can create any shape worktop for you. Want it curved? Just round edges, or chunky with stepped edges. Talk to your Designer about what we can do.

The best way to help you choose a worktop, is to come along to your nearest showroom, see and feel the wide choice of samples and get some advice – we’ll be happy to help you.

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SOLID WOOD Great for food preparation and eating areas, such as an island and suits most kitchen styles. Mix with stainless steel or glass for a modern look or granite for a more traditional one. Requires regular treatment with oil to seal the wood.


appliances

The right appliances can make a huge difference to the look of your kitchen, and how you use your kitchen. We’re here to help you pick the right ones taking functionality, performance, design and price into consideration. How often you cook, what you like to cook, how big your family is or how often you entertain at home are all important factors in choosing the right equipment. And especially how much space you have available. In all our showrooms, we have a selection of appliances on display so why not pop along and get some advice and see a demonstration by one of our experienced Designers, who’ve all had extensive training from the leading manufacturers.


76-77 Appliances | Ovens Convectional ovens feature top (grill) and bottom heating elements, so tend to be hotter at the top and do need to be pre-heated. With a fan oven, the desired temperature can be reached quickly and by circulating air, allows cooking on all shelves at an even temperature. The latest multi functional ovens combine the best of convectional and fan technology with extra features, such as different heat types for cooking specific foods and microwave facilities too. Many also have steam functions too, which preserve nutrients, colour and texture in vegetables and fish. Latest developments in oven design include doors that open and slide underneath like the Neff SlideAway or Caple’s side opening door which many people find easier to use. Self cleaning ovens (pyrolytic) are also increasingly popular. Able to heat up to temperatures of around 500 degrees, they burn off grease and residue which can be easily wiped away.

Induction Hobs Transform your cooking with an induction hob. Cleverly using magnetic fields to heat the pan itself rather than the hob, this is a quicker and more economical way to cook compared to gas or ceramic. It’s safer too as the hob doesn’t get very hot, plus there’s a child lock to stop little fingers interfering with the touch controls.

Wine Coolers Perhaps seen as a bit of a ‘luxury’, it’s surprising how many people say their wine cooler is their favourite item in a kitchen. Storing wine — red and white, at the perfect temperature. We’ve got various sizes — depending on how much space you have, and how much you like wine!

Integrated appliances Having integrated appliances gives a much neater look to your kitchen — everything is hidden away behind matching doors. We’ve got fridges, freezers, dishwashers, washing machines — all in various shapes and sizes. Pop in and see what’s available.

EXTRACTOR FANS These no longer have to be just functional, they can be incredibly stylish too. Some look like modern sculpture and lamps others like chandeliers or disco balls!

Microwaves A built in microwave can save a lot of countertop space. It can be housed next to your oven, or perhaps next to the fridge or freezer so that food can be taken out and immediately cooked or defrosted.

Coffee Machines Fancy a flat white or a macchiato at the touch of a button? Why not have one installed into a bank of high units and start your very own café society at home?


Sinks and Taps


But how do you start deciding which one to choose? Begin with how many bowls you need — if it’s just for running water as you use your dishwasher for washing up, you may only need a single bowl. If you have a large family or do a lot of food preparation, a double or even triple sink may be more useful. Then decide on the material you want. Stainless Steel Still the most popular choice — it doesn’t stain, is easy to clean and is good for the environment. They can scratch, but with a brushed or linear finish it’ll be less noticeable. Composite Increasingly popular, these sinks are made from granite which is ground down and mixed with resin, so they’re very hard wearing and resistant to scratches and stains. Available in a wide range of colours and finishes. Ceramic Sinks Traditional in style with an attractive glaze finish, Belfast or Butler sinks are the most popular and really suit traditional kitchens with their classic shape. Glass Sinks Toughened safety glass is used which is naturally scratch, stain and heat resistant. Offering a very contemporary look and feel, they come in an amazing array of colours.

Talk to your Kitchen Designer about the best type of sink for you and whether inset or under mounted would look best.

Tips: Accessories such as chopping boards and wire draining baskets that fit over the sink when not in use, offer extra worktop space. A waste disposal unit built into your sink will get rid of your food waste quickly and hygienically.

TAPS The tap in your kitchen will probably be in constant use, so it’s worth investing in the best you can afford. Maybe you’d find a pull out spray nozzle handy for rinsing out pots and pans or a touch control tap for extra dirty hands? If you’re a fan of filtered water, why not get a tap system with the usual hot and cold options, plus a third lever which supplies filtered drinking water? Another great money and energy saving option is to install a tap that provides instant 100°C water at the push of a button. Convenient, efficient and good for the environment because you just use exactly what you need, when you need it. So why not recycle your old kettle instead?

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Under Mounted or Inset? If you want a streamlined look between your worktops and sink, then have it undermounted which is much more unobtrusive. Or have it beautifully moulded into your worktop using Corian.

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The sink in your kitchen may well be the most used item in it — washing hands, washing up, filling the kettle, rinsing vegetables, so it needs to be not only highly functional but also suit the style and look of your new kitchen.


Handles

It’s often the small details that can make a big impact in your new kitchen. Such as handles. We offer such a wide selection, that it can be difficult knowing just where to start — what shape, colour, finish, even size? Most of our handles actually go with most of our kitchens, although some naturally are more suited to certain ranges. Round wooden knobs look great on traditional country style kitchens, whilst long chunky brush metal bars have a much more urban and contemporary feel. But it’s your kitchen, so go with your own personal taste and choose ones that suit your lifestyle. n

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Long brushed stainless steel effect bar handles for a streamlined finish.  rushed nickel angled pull handles for a chunky B look that goes well with the shaker style panels. The intricate styling of steel cage pewter effect drop handles and knobs look great on a classic kitchen.


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Just a selection from over 200 handles. Come and see the full selection in your nearest showroom. We can help you choose the perfect one.

Steel cage pewter effect drop handle

Stainless steel effect taper bow handle

Brushed nickel splayed feet, oval bar handle

Brushed nickel ‘T’ bar handles in various lengths

Satin nickel ‘D’ handle

Satin nickel swept handle

Pewter effect romantic ‘T’ handle

Antique pewter twisted ‘T’ bar knob handle

Antique effect rossette knob handle

Pewter effect twist bar handle

Round wooden knob handle

Square angled stainless steel effect knob handle


doors

Latte

Ebony

Olive

Nutmeg

White

Black

White

Stone

Olivewood

alpha

p32

Vanilla

Alabaster

Ivory

Arella

Arran

Available but not featured in brochure.

Stained

Natural Oak

Wenge

Bromley

Centrale

Available but not featured in brochure.

p18

p64

Mussel

Painted

Cinnamon

Anthracite

Lava

Olive

Ginger

Mussel

Hacienda Black

Black Brown Ferrara

Brown Grey

Graphite

White Cotton

Cream

Sage Green

Powder Blue

Stone

Light Oak


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Graphite

Stone

Lava

Olive

Graphite

Stone

Lava

Olive

Ginger

Mussel

Brown Grey

Cream

Ginger

Mussel

Brown Grey

Ivory

Cream

Sage Green

White Cotton

Light Oak

Ivory

Clifton

Powder Blue

p52

White Cotton

Powder Blue

Lava

Olive

Ginger

Mussel

Stone

Nutmeg

Brown Grey

Graphite

White Cotton

Cream

Mussel

Olive

p56

Ivory

Oak

Harmony

Florence

Sage Green

p60

Sage Green

Powder blue

Stone

All painted colours are also available in a distressed finish.

Harvard

p66

White


doors

Beige

Cappuccino

Alabaster

White

Black

Hoxton

Character Oak

Ivory

Invicta

Terra

Available but not featured in brochure

lorelle

p22

Stone

Ivory

Alabaster

Olive

White

White

Nutmeg

melbourne

Natural Oak

White

Nutmeg

p46

Mussel

Mitre

p26

Ivory

p50


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White

Black

Sand

Mint

Alabaster

Aubergine

Walnut

nixon

Alabaster

Classic

p12

Ivory

Graphite

Ferrara Oak

norelle

Available but not featured in brochure.

Nutmeg

Natural Aragon Oak

Red Brown Highland Oak

Ivory

White

Stone

Nutmeg

Brown Cassino Ash

p34

NorthcoTe

Available but not featured in brochure.

Olive

Mussel

Roxbury

Mussel

Stone

Lissa Oak

Oak

Samsa

p30

Quartz Champagne


doors Stained

Painted

Cinnamon

Hacienda Black

Lava

Olive

Ginger

Mussel

White Avola

Grey Avola

Wenge

Character Oak

Brown Grey

Stone

Graphite

White Cotton

Truffle Avola

Bardolino Oak

Anthracite

Shelby

Champagne Avola

Black Brown Ferrara

p44

Light Oak

Cream

Sienna

Sage Green

Grey Brown Avola

Mint

White

Black

Graphite

Olive

Ginger

Mussel

Alabaster

Aubergine

Graphite

Brown Grey

Lava

Cream

Sage Green

Powder Blue

Ivory

Stone

Light Oak

Sand

Stanford

Powder Blue

White Cotton

p38

Mussel

Ivory

Tate

p42


Doors |

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Lava

Olive

Ginger

Mussel

Sage Green

Brown Grey

Graphite

White Cotton

Cream

Powder blue

Winchester Oak

Venice

Alabaster

p58

Stone

Light Oak Antiqued

Light Oak

All painted colours are also available in a distressed finish.

Yardley

Available but not featured in brochure.

We hope you’ve enjoyed looking through our brochure, seen our beautiful kitchens and have got to know a little bit about our company and our people. We pride ourselves on the quality of our products, of our design and our service and believe we can offer you the best value for money on your new kitchen.

We look forward to seeing you.

Please remember that whilst every care is taken to accurately represent the painted colours in this brochure, as a result in variables in the photographic and printing processes, they may vary from the actual product. The best way to make your final decision on colour and finish is from actual samples, which can be provided upon request. Also, as wood is a natural material, the colour, pattern of the grain and finish may vary.



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