About Us

Unique within the kitchen industry, 202 design is accomplished in both traditional and contemporary styles. Creating and supplying original fitted cabinetry is just part of what the company offers – equally important is ensuring the client’s needs are met at every stage of the process. With 22 years of experience in London’s high-end residential market, 202 design's team are adept at building professional relationships, earning the trust of the architects, interior designers and homeowners who commission their services. Highly focused on the quality of their product and customer service, 202 design brings a flexible and personal approach to every project.

How would you describe your style?

"For more than twenty years, 202 design has been creating fine, handcrafted kitchens and bespoke fitted cabinetry for private clients and design professionals.  

Based in South West London, our dedicated team of designers and project managers are based in our showroom in Earl’s Court, where several of our kitchens are displayed over two floors. 

Our approach is unique within the kitchen industry - every design is tailored to our client’s requirements; every cabinet is skilfully crafted for the home it is destined for.     

Delivering projects in the high-end residential market both domestically and overseas, 202 design combines traditional cabinet making methods with a turn-key design, manufacture and installation service."

Please describe a recently completed project or tell us about the bespoke service that you offer

"202 design recently installed a bespoke kitchen and banquette seating at a property in southwest London, working with designers Salvesen Graham and architects Flower Michelin. Developed with the homeowner and the design team, the brief was to create a practical yet refined kitchen and dining space in this substantial family home. There was particular emphasis on producing a palette of materials and finishes to reflect the everyday demands of a working kitchen while remaining sensitive to the Victorian architectural features of the house. A specialist lacquered, hand-finished paint was applied to the traditional Shaker-style cabinetry, which 202 paired with natural Arabescato Verde marble. To complement the simplicity of the cabinetry, the design of the island worktop featured an unlacquered, solid brass shadow gap detail, plus cabinetry handles in a matching, polished brass finish. As the clients are both keen cooks, the 202 design team paid careful consideration to appliances, specifying a Wolf range cooker, Sub Zero refrigeration and a Waterworks Regulator tap."

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