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Tom Howley design, manufactures, and install exquisite bespoke kitchens made in the UK from the finest materials. Each unique kitchen is designed around the lifestyle of the client, with their choice of styles, materials, colours, and appliances, creating practical solutions in aesthetically beautiful rooms.

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"The Tom Howley style ethos is one of beautiful designs, personally created to suit the homes and lifestyles of its discerning clients. Tom Howley’s shaker kitchens put a contemporary twist on classic design and are each individually designed to suit almost any style of home, from penthouse apartments to rural manors. Crafted from durable materials, shaker kitchens prioritise function without compromising on style."

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"Tom Howley’s recent design project, Plaish Hall, is a magnificent Grade I listed Tudor house nestled in the picturesque South Shropshire countryside, standing as a captivating testament to history. 

This country-style shaker kitchen has been thoughtfully designed to complement the historic Tudor country house. Every requirement of Tom Howley’s client was considered during the design process. A generous and welcoming oak island is surrounded by soft warm grey cabinetry that has been expertly fitted to the characterful stone walls. A window seat sits below one of the thoughtfully restored windows, making it the perfect place to relax after a stroll in the countryside. A bifold breakfast pantry makes preparing the most important meal of the day a breeze, while the generous Belfast sink sits proudly under another beautifully crafted window. The bespoke chimney breast detail and cabinetry frame the impressive AGA range cooker perfectly.

'The previous kitchen had not been renovated for a number of years,' explains Marianne, Kitchen Designer at Tom Howley. 'They wanted to create a larger, more open family space, so they knocked some internal walls down, allowing them to incorporate what used to be a walk-in pantry area into the kitchen. They also removed the walls surrounding a separate dining space. This allowed for a much larger kitchen footprint, which enabled the client to tailor the whole room to their requirements. The main structural difference is the work carried out to the ceiling, with the addition of a vaulted ceiling and beautiful exposed timber trusses.'"