Our kitchens

Throughout his life, the designer, architect and artist Charles Rennie Mackintosh was influenced by a wealth of artistic forms. His genius was in his ability to cleverly unite these separate elements to create his own unique and modern style.

The Mackintosh philosophy now lives on through this inspired collection of stunning, contemporary kitchens in traditional, shaker and modern designs, all of which offer a seamless combination of beauty, durability and effortless functionality.

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Traditional

The Traditional range from Mackintosh offers classic and country kitchens with decorative detailing and innovative storage solutions. The Mackintosh name has a heritage of meticulous craftsmanship and excellent design; a tradition we’re proud to continue. Mackintosh Traditional is a classic kitchen range created for today’s lifestyle.

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Modern

This range of contemporary kitchens offers designs to help you create a sense of space, balance and harmony in the heart of your home. The Modern kitchen range from Mackintosh is an antidote to the crowded and chaotic world outside. To create a truly modern feel, try exploring our ‘Inset’, ‘Integral’ and ‘Touch’ handleless kitchen ranges.

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Shaker

This range of shaker style kitchens from Mackintosh offers both style and versatility. With its classic square-framed doors that look beautiful in both timber and painted finishes, a shaker kitchen could look equally at home in both modern and traditional homes.

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Inspiring design ideas for your narrow kitchen

When designing a narrow, galley-style kitchen, you will have factors to take into account that won’t require as much thought in more spacious kitchens.

When choosing features for your kitchen, bear in mind what is going to make your kitchen feel light and airy. The golden rule is to choose elements that will create space, or at least the illusion of it; this applies to your colours, materials, storage and any other features you add to you narrow kitchen.

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The best kitchen shelving ideas for your home

When designing your kitchen, storage is often one of the first and most important considerations. Whilst many people will opt for cabinets to hide their crockery and appliances, open shelving is a brilliant way to open up your space whilst maintaining a good level of storage in your kitchen.

Not only that, but it also offers an opportunity to inject a little of your personality into the design, whether that’s with a collection of vintage plates, a stash of cookbooks or a minimalist collection of jars or glasses.

There are shelving ideas for every kitchen, no matter what your style or budget!