Bespoke Features

– the essence of a bespoke kitchen service – the Celtica team turning imagination into reality.


Celtica Double Density Shelf

with oak edged shelves and half depth vertical dividers. Structured clutter is beautiful.



The Walk-in Larder

was a feature of our parents’ or grandparents’ kitchens – sadly lacking from the contemporary kitchen.  The walk-in corner cupboard offers the same convenience: loads of storage, a hiding place for small appliances; possibly a worktop concealed from the rest of the kitchen for proving dough.

cupboard for toaster, microwave, kettle by Celtica Kitchens

Shove Space

Left Here’s a way of containing the clutter of tea and coffee things. Pull the bifold doors across and they’re gone – Right.This is a good way of utilising an awkward corner when a row of tall cupboards intercepts a row of base cabinets.

Or, in more contemporary setting you might have a tambour door.

cupboard for small appliances opens directly onto worktop, by Celtica Kitchens

For the Kitchen / Office

we can design cupboards, dressers and sideboards with pigeon holes, bookshelves and file storage.

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Sneaky Storage

We’re not fussed on tall wirework pullouts – heavy and prone to breakdown – we’ve removed them from kitchens more often than put them in. Separate internal drawers are much better – beech drawerboxes with oak drawerfronts, soft-close runners.


The Overmantel

is an ideal way to conceal an extractor and provide a focus for the room.  It’s also an opportunity to make an individual statement.  Here, the square panelling and simple quadrant brackets denote a modern classic at ease with its Edwardian townhouse setting.