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Your kitchen should be nothing short of a pleasure to live with. When you look at it, it should make you feel good. Every day. And when you use it, it should make life a bit easier. In ways big and small.
That’s how your Neptune kitchen will be designed. With a focus on timeless looks and the highest quality materials and with total consideration for how you want to live your life.
Four timber kitchens to customise for your home
The design that’s most traditional and a little bit country in character. The cabinet fronts have cockbead moulding – it’s what makes Chichester feel more detailed and decorative without being fussy.
If you love the simplicity of Shaker kitchens, then Suffolk’s less-is-more principles might appeal to you most of all. It’s crisp, clean, minimal and calm with inherent Shaker practicality behind its cabinet doors.
Contemporary through and through, but without letting go of using traditional materials and joinery methods. That’s Limehouse. Our sleekest timber kitchen with a hand-painted finish.
Henley’s the only kitchen that has oak cabinetry, so you can choose whether you want an entirely oak kitchen or a mixture of oak and painted. Henley’s capable of classic, contemporary and a bit of both.
If you’ve got an awkward nib or nook that you need to work around, if you need us to alter the dimensions of our cabinetry to make it work better for your space, or if you have an idea for something that’s not in our main collection, that’s where our Wiltshire-based bespoke workshop comes in. Just speak to your kitchen designer about creating made-to-measure pieces.
Having a new kitchen is one of the most exciting things you can do to your home. But it’s a big investment. You want to be sure it’s worth it, that it’s going to endure, and that there’s more to it than face value – what’s going on behind closed doors matters just as much as how it looks from the outside. These are the things that will help you decide if a Neptune kitchen’s for you.
After your first design consultation – which is free of charge – you’ll get to go through our in-depth and expert full design service.
This is the part where rough ideas and outlines become your fully-formed vision and where your kitchen really starts to come to life.
Our collections are where your new kitchen begins, but how you choose to interpret them, blend them into your home, and put your own stamp on them is entirely up to you.
No two people, no two homes and no two Neptune kitchens are ever quite the same.
Get extra design inspiration by having a look around some of the kitchens designed, lived in and loved by our customers.
A Chichester kitchen sits and waits for its new owners at the Hornbeam Lane development between Frome, Wells and Bath. Read more
For inspiration on how to see our traditional Chichester kitchen in a bold and colourful light, take a tour around James and his family’s Chiswick home. Read more
This Luscombe Valley home with views to the sea is a lesson in how our more traditional Chichester kitchen can be a picture of crisp, bright and contemporary design. Read more
Step into the beam-laden and beautiful home of this rather well-known musician and his family…. Read more
White, glossy and contemporary but not without touches of warmth and signs of family life, see Trudi's interpretation of our Limehouse kitchen. Read more
A bright and light kitchen that's home to a family of three who love nothing more than to bake at their kitchen island. Read more
We caught up with the owners of this Henley kitchen and their designer, Hannah, who turned not just one room, but two (and a third on the way) into their very own Neptune home. Read more
Believe it or not, where this beam-laden Neptune kitchen now stands, there was once horses and stables. Read more
Who doesn’t like a before and after story? And this one’s a big one. Read more
A look inside the small, but perfectly formed, Neptune kitchen of former House & Garden magazine editor Susan Crewe. Read more
Our website and free kitchen brochure are a good introduction to our kitchens, but nothing beats seeing them in our stores.
You won’t just see a few cabinets, almost every Neptune store has all four kitchen collections designed in-full so you get a real feel for which collection’s right for you.
Our stores are the place to book your consultation with one of our kitchen designers too. It’s a free and thorough service that lasts about 90 minutes and helps you put all your ideas, wants and needs onto paper to begin to bring together your dream kitchen.