We build all of our kitchens in our Cambridgeshire workshop and they are constructed to the same rigorous, precise standards using in-frame construction. Every cupboard we make is a fully handbuilt piece of furniture, carefully made by skilled craftsmen using traditional joinery techniques. We make our kitchens in three beautiful, timeless designs: Shaker, Original and Linear. These kitchen designs are simple and understated, a blank canvas ready to be personalised to suit your exact needs and tastes, which means that no two Harvey Jones kitchens are the same.
All of our designs arrive at your home having been primed with two coats of tough white undercoat, and they can then be handpainted in any colour you choose. In addition, our Shaker kitchen is also available in both Oak and Walnut. If you wish, you can even mix and match painted and timber finishes. We can fit any handles or knobs to your cabinets, too, giving you the freedom to choose the option that is exactly right for your room. What's more, you can select from a wide range of worksurfaces for your project - from natural stone and timber to precisely-engineered composites and even recycled materials.
Our talented designers have been carefully trained in-house to be able to advise you about the best use of space in your room, to understand your aims for the project and to deliver a kitchen solution that is beyond your expectations.
Our skilled and experienced team of installers and handpainters can take care of the installation for you, making sure your new kitchen is finished to showroom standard, and we can advise about and supply appliances from market-leading manufacturers.
You can browse a selection of our luxury, custom-made kitchens in the gallery above or, if you prefer, use the menus below to find out more about each of our individual ranges. You can also view a number of inspiring case studies that showcase some of the bespoke kitchen designs we've created for our clients.
We have displays of each of our ranges in every one of our showrooms so you can see the quality of their construction first-hand and explore which range would work best in your new room. You can find your nearest showroom here.