Rachel is one of the WCM team – she takes a lot of our photographs. So she turned to us when she wanted to change her kitchen. She lives in a detached stone house in Chipping Campden and the cream units were …okay, but nothing special.
If you’re going to leave New Orleans to join a blues band in Stroud you’ll want to embrace the whole Cotswolds experience, right? And this is what Ben and his partner have done when choosing a new kitchen in their stone-walled cottage.
True to his Italian roots this owner and his family decided to go for a few bright Mediterranean touches when they renewed their kitchen.
This family’s cottage felt like a cave with the dark pine units from floor to ceiling. Now thanks to new cabinetry in softer fresher colours from the WCM team it’s lifted everyone’s mood.
This couple decided to up sticks from London and move to a lovely Cotswold cottage deep in the countryside. But they knew it needed an overhaul, particularly in the kitchen.
Anyone would want to celebrate with a cuppa with a fab new kitchen like theirs.
Ellen was so pleased with the hand-made kitchen WCM made for her in her previous home that she asked the team to make her another when she moved into a bigger house.
From a big Victorian detached house in Cheltenham the family moved into a new home in the countryside.
An oasis of calm with beautifully-fitted cabinetry in soft tones of minty Vert de Terre by Farrow & Ball.
The views from their cottage were spectacular but inside the kitchen it wasn’t so inspiring. So after 20 years of looking at the dreary browns and yellow units the family decided they needed a change.
Their kitchen was the pits. So once the children had moved out the couple decided their 20-year-old cabinetry had to be renewed.
It’s always nice to greet your guests with a steaming hot drink – and Stroud Museum felt the same.
Here’s a great place to hold your wedding reception – to be celebrated with a drink or several.
Every millimetre of space was utilised to make the most of a bijou flat in London.
Not a kitchen this time. Instead we transformed a bedroom up in an attic, making the most of the space.
When Helen and her daughter moved into their cottage it took our team from October to just before Christmas to lay new oak flooring and build a beautiful new kitchen with all sorts of extras.
The Comptons are busy doctors and when the team came to see them their fridge was covered in take-away menus for every day of the week.
The Perks family decided they wanted to bring their kitchen in from the cold. So despite the cool-sounding Arctic Limestone resin worktops by Capsule and Franke Eiger chrome tap they now have the coziest of kitchens.
Gemma bought a huge house near Stroud then renovated it from head to foot. An old garden room at the rear, heavy with old oak ceiling trusses became the site of the new kitchen and WCM designed and made all the Shaker-style units painted in Pavilion Grey by Farrow & Ball plus the marble Bianca Carrara worktops.
Having bought a Cotswold cottage (typically built on a slope) this couple moved their ground floor kitchen into the basement then put in double doors for access to the garden.
When Dave and Debbie Exell re-opened the rundown Bell Inn at Selsley we at WCM were called in to help.
Hazel and Stephen recently gave their 100 year old home a 21st century makeover which involved a brand new extension housing a brand new WCM kitchen.
Don’t think we always do traditional. The Conaghans from London wanted a contemporary minimalist look for their new kitchen in their Cotswold cottage.
We at WCM can organize your project from start to finish whether it includes building work, plumbing, flooring, electrics, fitting, decorating … you name it, we can project-manage it.
WCM are keen on recycling too. So when the Hepplestones wanted a new oak kitchen WCM were able to use their old iroko worktops in the design, combining them successfully with the new one of granite which went round the sink.
Our Cirencester couple had to double the size of their original dark and pokey 1970s kitchen by gutting it, removing walls and adding windows.
Their old kitchen was a cramped galley in a corner of an L-shaped family room. Thanks to WCM the new Shaker-style units and walnut worktops now take up an entire wing.
This Grade 2 Regency house in Cheltenham weathered a huge makeover after the family inside realised they needed a much bigger kitchen.
The team from WCM not only turned the Bakers’ unwanted breakfast room into a dream kitchen with new hand-made and hand-painted units and oak worktops but added a unique touch – a mirror to act as a splashback to the Aga.
Always on-trend Woodchester Cabinet Makers rescued and recycled the high-quality Blue Pearl granite worktops and farmhouse sink from a rather tired old kitchen.
When Woodchester Cabinet Makers usually design a kitchen they take time to really understand exactly what the customer’s dream kitchen needs to be. So it was a whole new challenge when the team was asked by a local property developer to imagine the ideal kitchen and utility room for future buyers.
When this Cheltenham family decided to add an extension to their home they had a definite ‘wish list’ for their dream kitchen.
Buying ‘off-the-peg’ furniture to suit Cotswold style homes is often difficult That’s why Woodchester Cabinet Makers were delighted to take up the challenge and create this beautiful bespoke European oak table from a sketch provided by one of its clients.
When one of Gloucestershire’s premier design agencies, The Creative Consortium, relocated to a custom renovated stable block, Woodchester Cabinet Makers was the obvious choice to create the new kitchen and office cabinetry.
With stunning turrets and exceptionally high ceilings, this listed, Victorian folly needed truly unique design and craftsmanship to do justice to its elegant architecture.
Having created a bespoke kitchen for this Gloucestershire home, the owners asked Woodchester Cabinet Makers to put together made-to-measure storage for the study.
This Cotswold manor house was in desperate need of storage solutions that would make the most of the unusual spaces created by its traditional design.
We were commissioned to re-vamp the tired oak cabinets in this Gloucestershire home; with stunning results. It’s not always necessary to rip everything out and start again; if the cabinets are in good condition and you’re happy with the overall look and storage, a few simple changes can make all the difference, as our team proved.