Our Designed Interiors name has over 30 years of kitchen, bathroom and bedroom design history that is enriched by the even greater heritage of the factories creating our products.

Some date back hundreds of years and this inspirational source of skill and tradition is a vital part of what makes our products special.

Our website is a glimpse into some of the wonderful artisan skills and attention to detail that comes together in everything that is designed by us.

Visit our kitchen showrooms in Canterbury and Deal


Architect designed dwelling near Whitstable 

Client: Private Client   

This was an exciting new build project designed specifically for the client’s disability needs with a strong emphasis on smart home technology and ease of living through the use of level thresholds, lifts and home automation. 

Designed Interiors have worked closely with the clients to provide a fitted kitchen & utility design that is personal and practical to them whilst focusing on creating a light, beautiful space that functions for the whole family.



Architect designed dwelling 

Designed by Guy Hollaway, Kent’s eminent (RIBA award winning) architect, this project was the development of a 1.5 acre brownfield site outside Canterbury. 

The scheme which comprises a house, annex and office is a modern interpretation of a Kentish farmstead which uses quality building materials to provide an exemplar development that has been recommended for the RIBA & Grand Designs home of the year.

Designed Interiors was delighted to work collaboratively with a lovely  client to achieve their large family kitchen & utility spaces using British made and  painted kitchen furniture.  

Client's artist impression (interior shots  showing our client's beautiful home are available to show prospective clients on request)



Project: Beer Cart Building Redevelopment 14 APARTMENTS AND 8 OFFICE SUITES

Our client purchased  15,000sq.ft of derelict office block. Occupying a prime spot within the city walls of Canterbury, this mixed use scheme of 14 apartments and 8 office suites, all with parking involved the conversion and extension of the existing building 

to create a warehouse inspired development that has become the finest residential and commercial address in the city.

Through inspired design, which incorporated sumptuous roof terraces, the scheme has set records for the highest £per sq.ft ever recorded in Canterbury at over £500per sq.ft and the most expensive apartment at over £1m.

Designed Interiors was instructed specifically to specify and design interior details throughout the Penthouse occupying the entire roof area of 1 Beer Cart lane 

We were also delighted to be instructed to supply a functional staff kitchen area with Amtico flooring for our friends at Bang & Oulfsen Canterbury 

Our shareholder was thrilled to be part of a small consortium who secure local ownership of this important site for future generations.