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How can I identify this kitchen?

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EH1903 Wed 19-Mar-14 19:34:17

I love this kitchen (colour/style). I came across it when house hunting and really fell for it (we're not buying this house).

Does anyone know what colour/style/make it might be or how I could go about finding out? Bit of a random question I know and I realise there may be no way of telling but just thought I'd ask :-)

Any advice you could give me would be really gratefully received.

fedupandfifty Wed 19-Mar-14 19:37:49

According to the details it's hand built. I'm sure you could find similar on the high street. Perhaps paint it youself?

EH1903 Wed 19-Mar-14 19:38:39

Another couple of pics of the kitchen.

TheBeautifulVisit Wed 19-Mar-14 19:40:09

Email the agent and tell them you adore the kitchen and would like to know where the owners got it. The agent will be happy to ask the owners. They'll be very flattered.

I suspect it's handmade by a joiner and painted in a F&B colour.

fedupandfifty Wed 19-Mar-14 19:43:35

Just tried Wickes but can't get the site to work. They used to have a similar shaker -style one. Not the colour, tnough.

starfishmummy Wed 19-Mar-14 19:47:24

Looks like a pretty standard shaker style - I would suspect that any competent joined could reproduce it for a price

starfishmummy Wed 19-Mar-14 19:47:45


OliviaBenson Wed 19-Mar-14 19:57:42

It does look like the wickes heritage grey kitchen? Nb in real life it looks more green than in their brochure. We've just ordered it!

EH1903 Wed 19-Mar-14 20:25:35

Brilliant advice, thank you all. I have had a look at Heritage grey and it does look quite similar (with different door handles though?). This one definitely does have a greenish tint. I've also emailed the agents to ask them too, I guess it can't hurt to ask.

Thank you for all your replies.

RayofSun Wed 19-Mar-14 20:32:42

It looks like a bespoke Shortland kitchen that was fitted in our house prior to us moving in. Almost identical in colour contrasts and design. But they are based in Leicestershire?!

Mandy21 Wed 19-Mar-14 20:33:29

It looks like the same colour I have -F&B french grey.

vikkik888 Wed 19-Mar-14 20:33:56

It's quite similar to mine which is from Howdens?

lalasmum17 Wed 19-Mar-14 22:44:06

When I was building/fitting a new kitchen 6 years ago, this was a standard shaker style/colour that I felt comfortable with at the time (so it must have been kicking about for a while).

It looks hand painted (but Blue-green was a popular colour so they might be in mainstream kitchen ranges). IKEA can give you oak worktops if you can find somebody to fit them/or you have the right tools.

ShoeWhore Wed 19-Mar-14 22:47:27

No idea but what a lovely house!

MillyMollyMama Thu 20-Mar-14 01:39:48

I think it is very similar to a Harvey Jones one. Shaker and more of a pale blue. If is bespoke, it could have been painted in a colour chosen by the client. Cotteswood Revival range is quite similar.

EH1903 Sat 22-Mar-14 13:57:11

Thank you all so much for your responses and suggestions.

The estate agents emailed the previous owners (they must have completed the sale) who have passed on the details of the company who made the kitchen for them.

Result! grin

truelymadlysleepy Sat 22-Mar-14 14:56:38

Can you tell us?

EH1903 Sat 22-Mar-14 18:25:07

Yes of course, it's this company apparently:

truelymadlysleepy Sat 22-Mar-14 18:27:24

Thanks, it's gorgeous.

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