About Us

Bulthaup’s flagship showroom on Wigmore Street opened in 1988, and remains one of the brand’s most successful retail stores in the global network and a benchmark for others. Its dedicated team design and supply Bulthaup kitchens and living spaces in London, the UK and across the world. Their designers, working with architects, interior designers and customers, have the depth of knowledge and experience to provide a level of service and expertise that discerning clients, investing in a premium product expect.

How would you describe your style?

"Originally founded in 1949 by Martin Bulthaup in Bavaria, Bulthaup is renowned internationally for its market-leading furniture systems. The company remains in family ownership today and holds fast to the founder’s belief in authentic materials and genuine quality. Bulthaup’s furniture systems are architecturally minimal in style, allowing them to fit well in both contemporary and period interior settings. Clean lines and precision detailing give the furniture elements an elegant beauty of their own which compliments, rather than encroaches on the style of an interior. The use of premium quality materials, manufactured and finished by skilled craftsmen, give the product a lasting, timeless quality. A Bulthaup kitchen and living space is primarily designed with the enjoyment of cooking and eating in mind – as a gathering point for friends and family to come together and socialise."

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

"Every kitchen manufactured by Bulthaup is made from the start specifically for each client so while it is an industry-made product, it is equally bespoke. For those clients who choose to include timber elements in their kitchen, the in-house veneer master hand selects the wood veneers to suit the layout to create the optimum grain pattern to show the natural beauty of the wood at its best. The standard selection of veneers offers clients a good range to choose from but, for those who want something more unusual, the veneer master is able to source more specialist veneers including marsh oak, olive wood and bamboo."