At George Robinson Kitchens, we are committed to designing and creating a beautiful kitchen that will complement and enhance the style of your home and your life.
George keeps the customer at the centre of his experienced and personal service. With his team, he undertakes the complete process of creating truly beautiful bespoke kitchens, from initial consultation and advice through the design, manufacture and installation stages. This includes selecting and sourcing appliances, fixtures and work surfaces which can then be ordered and fitted to your satisfaction.
Whether you choose a classic or contemporary design, our extensive knowledge, experience and true craftsmanship ensure a unique, practical and beautiful space for you.
We unleash the full potential of your kitchen design to create a highly efficient space that is both functional and beautiful. George has the expertise and instinct to design and create bespoke kitchens and traditionally made fine furniture to suit your home and lifestyle seamlessly.
KITCHEN & FINE FURNITURE MAKERS
“My designs are influenced by various factors, but the most important first stage is to talk in detail with prospective customers to find out as much as I can about what they need and what they would like within their living space, and the style of furniture that appeals to them. Some customers collate images and ideas before contacting us, and frequently they have seen something on our website or in our brochure that has fired their imagination. I ask about lifestyles – whether they enjoy cooking, if the living space is a family area, and check if there is a wish list of features.
The environment in which customers live in also gives me information about design possibilities. Is it an old house, a cottage or a period property? The customer’s taste in furnishings and interior design will in itself provide me with ideas.
The surrounding landscape can also be an influence on the colours and shapes of features within a kitchen – in Cornwall, of course, the predominant influence is frequently the sea.
As a keen cook myself, I look closely at the functionality of the design. It may sound just like common sense, but siting a dishwasher close to the sink, storage cupboards and crockery drawer also saves time! Similarly, it is really important to make sure that the interior of a larder unit has features such as a slate cooling shelf, for those who love to make jams and chutneys, and vegetable baskets, for those who have an allotment and grow their own produce.
My attention to layout and design was commended by Chef Philip Howard, the owner of Elystan Street Restaurant in London SW3 after cooking in one of my London-based kitchens: ‘It’s not often that I find a domestic kitchen anything other than frustrating to work in. This kitchen worked and furthermore it was rock solid and beautiful.’”
‘It’s not often that I find a domestic kitchen anything other than frustrating to work in. This kitchen worked and furthermore it was rock solid and beautiful.’