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.
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.
Your dream kitchen starts (and ends) with us listening.
Your designer is here to take in everything that works and doesn’t work in your existing kitchen, to absorb what your heart wants and your lifestyle needs, to analyse the space and how to get the best out of it, and to well and truly put themselves in your shoes.
There are just four styles of cabinetry in our collection, because those are the four that we believe will truly stand the test of time and that also mean there’s something for everyone, from traditional Chichester through to contemporary Limehouse. From there, you can then bring your own personality with paint colours, work surfaces and handles.
The design that’s most traditional in character. The moulding on the cabinet fronts is what makes Chichester feel more detailed and decorative (though not fussy) compared to Suffolk and Henley.
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.
Sitting somewhere between Suffolk and Chichester, Henley’s capable of traditional or contemporary, detailed or minimal, or a bit of both. It’s also the only kitchen with oak as well as painted cabinetry.
Contemporary through and through, but without letting go of traditional materials and joinery, that’s Limehouse. Our sleekest kitchen it might be, but it still has a tactile, painted finish and interior oak details.
All four of our kitchen collections can be designed with matching islands, but we know that some kitchens call for furniture that brings a different personality to the mix. Enter our freestanding islands.
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.
Real Neptune homes
Get extra design inspiration by having a look around some of the kitchens designed, lived in and loved by our customers.
See our kitchens in store
Our website is a good introduction to our kitchens, but nothing beats seeing them in person. You can explore all four of our collections in just about any of our stores (where rooting through cupboards and peering into drawers is very much encouraged), and you’ll also find that each one usually sits side-by-side with a dining area or perhaps even a laundry room to give you a real feel for how they’ll look in your own home.
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.
As part of our design service, we can help you pick all of your appliances too. Knowing where to start with dishwashers, ovens, fridges and freezers, washing machines (and so on) can be a minefield. But we have a pool of models and brands that we know and trust, to take that job off your plate, and design them into your Neptune kitchen.
Bosch, Neff and Siemens
Perrin & Rowe
Arrange a consultation
Ready to start designing? Your first appointment with your designer is absolutely free and can take place in-store or over video call. Simply fill out our online form and we’ll get back to you to sort a date and time that suits you.