Grand yet understated Henley
One kitchen, endless possibilities
Depending on the colours, the work surfaces, the handles and the styling you choose to bring to your Henley kitchen, it’s capable of many different looks. We’ve seen it in manor kitchens where, with oak cabinetry, it feels suitably stately. We’ve built it into country cottages, creating down-to-earth simplicity with painted cabinets and chunky timber work surfaces. And then we’ve given it a timeless industrial character with reclaimed floorboards and Black-Bronze hardware.
What makes Henley unique?
Henley’s our only collection that has our Black-Bronze fixtures on the inside, like the rods that line the pan drawers and the bars on back-of-door shelves that stop jars falling out.
This is a collection that really embraces drawers, including the slim ones that hide inside the bigger pan drawers and make use of the space for cutlery, utensils and all those little bits and bobs.
A pull-out larder
Henley and Limehouse share a similar larder design that cleverly makes the most of the cabinet’s depth with three layers of shelving, including a pull-out, double-sided oak rack in the middle.
Cornice & skirting options
Choose between curves for a more traditional look or our squarer, pared-back skirting and cornices if you want your Henley kitchen to be more on the crisp and contemporary side.
Henley’s colour options
Besides work surfaces, handles and cabinetry configurations, one of the ways you can make Henley your own is through our custom paint service. Although it comes as standard in Snow with Mist interiors (when it’s not in oak, that is), you can choose from any of the 28 hues in our core paint library (and any of the many more in our archive) to colour your cabinetry.
The Carter island
A freestanding island like the oak and blackened steel Carter design is one of the ways to introduce a more contemporary, urban character to Henley. Particularly if you use the Black-Bronze hardware against the oak cabinetry, you’ll create a consistent, cohesive look but with a good measure of difference too, which will give your kitchen a change of pace.
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.