Sola Kitchens


Winter whites

Nordic design code relies on craftsmanship that is visually easy on the eye. Interiors make use of wood in warm tones, softened with palettes of white – perhaps a representation of our snowy winters. The white pigmented oak island with its book-matched grain is a fine example of Nordic craftsmanship. – Denmark –

Sensational side return

In this light-filled kitchen, a statement Crittall skylight creates the link between the old and the new, drawing the eye to the bespoke fitted dining area and garden beyond. The island with integrated ceramic hob, hand-painted cabinetry and a traditional AGA make this a practical family kitchen. – Barnes, London –

Elevated with brass

Functionality and precision were extremely important to this client in creating their dream kitchen. This included specifying drawer heights and the direction of door opening to fit their personal ergonomics. But the real stand-out that elevates this kitchen is the polished brass splash-back which reflects the natural light that floods the space. – Fulham, London …

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Shakespeare’s Globe

In London’s best possible location, opposite The Globe Theatre and with a view of St Paul’s Cathedral across the Thames, we installed this contemporary kitchen with ultra-matte laminate doors and a gunmetal splashback. Framing the incredible views are the coolest bi-fold Crittall doors to seal off the open space if needed. – Southwark, London –

Fulham Delight

Stylish Crittall doors and skylights frame this light and airy classic kitchen in Fulham. With hand-painted Farrow and Ball ‘Inchyra’ Blue cabinetry anchoring the scheme, the layout features a hob-run, high tech Gaggenau appliances throughout and an Everhot range cooker with a marble splashback as a centre piece. – Fulham, London –

Eclectic mix

The interior designer who owns this beautiful home wanted a unique yet practical space. The starting point was very simple; white painted cabinets to create the perfect backdrop for the eclectic mix of detailing such as the marble-clad cooker hood, delicate glass handles, tiled kitchen island and a lovely variety of wall lights. – Fulham, …

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Copper heritage

Sweden’s copper mining heritage goes back to the Vikings and the traditional red-painted houses and Verdigris copper roofs bear testament to its influence on the landscape. This kitchen makes the material contemporary, setting the soft lustre of the copper cabinetry against dark grey laminated cabinets with oak framing.  – Wimbledon, London –

Super cool

This project was inspired by professional kitchen environments where perfectionism meets function. Whilst the cool stainless-steel lines of the island unit, Gaggenau appliances, powerful ceiling extractor hood and double-height ceiling units mean business, this is still a warm and friendly space in which to entertain friends and family. – Copenhagen, Denmark –

The Swedish Michelin Star chef

When Henrik Ritzen, ex-head chef of Aquavit, moved out of London, we created the perfect, bespoke kitchen for his country home. A contemporary classic Shaker-style with a large bank of Gaggenau appliances and an integrated ceiling extractor creating ceiling height for Henrik who is 6ft 5’. – Cirencester, The Cotswolds –