In Bespoke, Design, Kitchens, Mallorca

January – a very busy time indeed for S’Arraco Kitchens…


No sooner had we packed away the Christmas tree, we were loading the lorry, off to Barcelona and then on to Monaco!

Here we fitted a bespoke, handmade, oak veneered kitchen with horizontal wood grain on all panels and doors.


See our English Revival range on this website!

This was a special feature chosen by our client who was daring to be different (the oak’s grain would normally run vertically).



From the glitz and glamour of Monaco (we didn’t get to see much of that actually) it was back to Mallorca and all change for the calm, fresh air and rusticness of Galilea to assist in a very lovely project for a couple who are reforming an old finca, steeped in history, complete with an old traditional olive press.  The property has wonderful views rolling out over the valley towards the sea.

They have gone for an English Revival Shaker Style Cobalt Blue and Light Fern kitchen with granite worktops.   Hand cut and fitted on site.



S’Arraco Kitchens are also in the preparation stages right now of a full kitchen reform for our friends in s’Arraco who are plumping for the Lincoln Natural Oak kitchen in our Town and Country Range

To compliment they are having Silestone worktops.  Here are some “before” and “during” photos and we plan to showcase this in our next blog.




Also this month we join in with the team that is Julian and Anthea (along with little Marlo) “ Team JAM” who have moved into our charming little village of s’Arraco and are currently embarking on a complete reform of a house full of character but in need of some  TLC.

It’s very much a family project and we are pleased that we managed to grab Anthea donned with face mask for a quick photo.  She seems alarmingly adept at demolishing walls, coving, ….anything she can get her hammer to really.  Look at those eyes!  We might need to kit Pete out with a safety helmet on Friday when he starts the kitchen….

Here are some “before” and “during” photos courtesy of Julian and Anthea.  We shall pair them up in our next blog with the “Afters” so watch this space.


Marlo lending a hand…

Their priorities were to have a light, bright kitchen with masses of storage and flow.

Julian and Anthea told us how they like to move around the kitchen whilst cooking and had a good idea of what they wanted in terms of features, colour and styles.

…Precious times and memories for Marlo.



That’s all for now folks!

Look out for next month’s blog to catch up with these projects and more!


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