Set Yourself Free from Design Dictates
Does kitchen furniture have to look like kitchen furniture? SieMatic BeauxArts inspires new views of the classics. Discover a collection of extraordinary furniture elements that can be used to interpret the classic kitchen in many different ways. The SieMatic Chinese “wedding cabinet” for example, acts not only as a charming eye catcher; it also has a surprising inner life. Behind its decorative exterior, conceal a generous china cabinet or state-of-the art fridge freezer combination – let form follow your feelings.
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The 12,000 square foot kitchen destination at Spillers is a wonderful place to start your SieMatic journey. Step into our ‘virtual’ brochure and experience beautiful designs, the latest appliances and stunning work surfaces.
If you like what you see, arrange a free of charge home consultation. All of our designers are trained at the SieMatic International Academy in Germany, so they are continuously aware of new designs, technical innovations and the latest materials.
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News & Insights
Charles Yorke Lyon Shaker Kitchen
Posted on: Monday 17th September 2018
A classic and versatile look created using a simple Shaker door with narrow rails. Shown in a mix of painted finishes with timber accents, to create a warm and...
Charles Yorke Wollaton Shaker Kitchen
Posted on: Wednesday 18th April 2018
The Charles Yorke Wollaton Shaker draws on the simplicity of the traditional Shaker style whilst incorporating subtle detailing for a classic yet contemporary look.
Charles Yorke Victorian Kitchen
Posted on: Thursday 15th March 2018
In Charles Yorke's Victorian range the period is distilled using decorative details such as intricately turned pilasters, detailed cornice and carved corbels. Pictured here in oak with surfaces in...
Never Has Classic Been So Modern
Posted on: Friday 2nd March 2018
Generous Room, Grand Designs White cabinet elements, integrated with white walls and white furniture – all elegantly understated. The sensitive use of light and soft tones fuse the entire...
A Design that became the Standard
Posted on: Thursday 8th February 2018
In 1960, SieMatic presented the first handle-free kitchen to the world, whose numerous innovations were celebrated as a revolution. Its design became a model for many, has been adapted...
Charles Yorke Stretton Kitchen
Posted on: Wednesday 7th February 2018
Sophisticated looks combine successfully with elegant bespoke features in this Stretton range, to create a room with pleasing proportions. Chalky, hand painted tones enhance the period details of the...