the styles we offer
Handles are small details that have a big impact on how kitchens look and work. Shape, size and materials all matter and our wide selection includes every option from neat and functional to statement and stylish. Beautifully designed and made, our handles can complement or contrast with your kitchen style or colour for a perfect finishing touch. More handles available.
We offer a wide range of taps for kitchens to help you find the perfect match for your space. There’s a variety of colours, styles and finishes to choose from – including elegant chrome and on-trend copper or brass.
Our 3 in 1 steaming hot water taps pour filtered cold, hot or boiling water, which is perfect for a family that’s always on the go. Available in brushed steel or chrome, their sleek, stylish finish and elegant C – spout design complement a classic or contemporary kitchen.
We also offer pull-out spray taps to make washing the dishes easier, and which are available in a choice of contemporary designs. Our single or dual-lever mixer taps come in a wide selection of traditional and modern styles, meaning you can find the tap tailored to your aesthetic. Whether it’s a classic brushed nickel Swan tap or a more industrial style U-shaped matt black tap, you’re sure to find the one that suits your space. Our brushed brass and copper mixer taps can even be teamed with a matching sink if you want a cohesive look to your cleaning area.
Quooker taps are a popular choice as they not only pour cold or hot water, but can provide 100oC boiling water in an instant, without you having to wait for the kettle to boil, making them ideal for a busy household. Our selection of Quooker taps also includes filtered water, pull-out hose and Flex model options too.
The sink is one of the most hard-working parts of our kitchens, and forms one point of the ‘kitchen work triangle’. As well as being functional and robust, your kitchen sink is also a crucial design feature in your space. That’s why we offer kitchen sink units in a wide range of finishes, styles, sizes and materials.
When choosing your kitchen sink, you might want to consider your everyday needs and how your sink will be incorporated into your overall kitchen design. Would a separate bowl for rinsing be handy? What size drainer can you accommodate into your workspace? Would stainless steel, ceramic or composite suit your aesthetic better?