Nestled away in the beautiful Kent countryside, overlooking acres of farm land and rolling hills is Dame Kelly Holmes' stunning period property. Lindsey Durrant, Burlanes Sevenoaks' head designer, worked closely with Dame Kelly to design a beautiful and functional open-plan kitchen, in keeping with the traditional styling of her home, but boasting all the benefits of contemporary living.
Kitchen Islands: The Pros & Cons
Now more than ever, the kitchen island seems to be a staple piece in every new kitchen design. There are many advantages to having a kitchen island, but sometimes it is not always the right thing to do. We have put together our pros and cons to having an island in your new kitchen...
How To Plan A Kitchen Extension
Planning a new kitchen extension is an exciting task, however there are many factors to consider before making such a huge commitment to the changes and improvements to your home. If you are considering extending your family home but are a little unsure on where to start, we have put together a few handy pointers to help you begin the process...Burlanes Wellsdown Kitchen Extens ...
Our most loved Essex Projects
This weekend will mark 3 years of Burlanes Chelmsford, and what a fantastic 3 years it has been! To celebrate the occasion, we are looking back at our most loved projects designed by our Chelmsford design team, handmade in our workshop in Historic Rochester, and installed across Essex, London and Hertfordshire.
Why Summer Is A Great Time To Renovate Your Kitchen
There is no right or wrong time to renovate your home; and you should only undertake any aspect of work on your property after a significant amount of planning and preparation, however with summer fast approaching, we have put together our top 5 reasons to why the summertime is a great time to renovate your kitchen!
What NOT to do when planning your new kitchen
We have shared lots of tips and advice on what to do when planning your new kitchen, however there are also lots of things we would also recommend NOT doing too! If you are in the process of planning your new kitchen, or it is next on your home renovation list, then read our top tips of things NOT to do, to avoid any costly mistakes...
A Beautiful & Practical Open-Plan Family Kitchen
When the owners of this beautiful listed building in the Kent countryside purchased the property, they were living and working abroad, and made their purchased based on photographs of the building only! When they returned to the UK, the realisation of what they had taken on hit home, but they were very exciting to begin the renovation process, and enlisted Burlanes to design, handmake and install their open-plan family kitchen and utility room.
A Blend Of Urban Industrial & Modern Rustic Kitchen Design
Interior Designer Lucy Dickinson first walked through the doors of Burlanes Sevenoaks back in 2014, and worked with our Sevenoaks design team to transform an unused bedroom in her beautiful family home, into a practical, hardworking home office space. A little over 6 years later (with the home office still as beautiful as ever!!), Lucy commissioned us to design, handmake and install her new family kitchen and dining room.
Our Top Tips To Follow When Starting Your New Kitchen Project
Embarking on a new kitchen project may seem a little daunting with so much to consider, but the key to success and achieving your dream space is rooted in a well considered and detailed plan. Whether you are simply replacing your old kitchen, totally renovating the room, or extending your home, we have put together our top tips to ensure your project runs smoothly.
The Contemporary Hoyden Galley Kitchen In Essex
The homeowners of this beautiful family home in the Essex countryside visited Burlanes Chelmsford early last year, and worked with our Chelmsford design team to create their dream family kitchen extension. They had recently purchased the property, and had an entire home refurbishment planned. 18 months later, the refurbishment works are complete, and the property is stunning.
We cannot recommend the Burlanes team enough; they just knew what we needed and got it so right.Amelia Tate - Corringham, Essex