Treyone

Expert kitchen-maker Treyone offers a design, manufacture and installation service. Devon Home finds out more…

Kitchen Profile

Oak-framed kitchen with a kitchen designed and built by Treyone

Treyone is in the business of creating beautiful fitted kitchens. In Devon, its design service is based at its Kingsbridge showroom. With two full-time, experienced kitchen designers, it features complete kitchen displays in a range of styles, so that customers can not only choose their preferred look but also explore what appliances and worktops suit them best.

All kitchens are manufactured at the Liskeard workshop, with everything custom-made to the designers’ specifications. With seven skilled craftsmen working with the latest equipment, tools and techniques, it is able to handle even the most challenging projects. 

The company prides itself on its knowledge, skill and experience, and the installation team is second to none – as is the care and sensitivity with which they approach their work.

Treyone currently has five projects underway in Devon – three kitchens, a fitted bedroom and a kitchen/reception area for a top interior design company. Two of the kitchens are in new, high-specification family homes; both projects are contemporary in style with simple painted, handleless cabinets, featuring its latest push-to-open, soft-close drawers. The other kitchen includes solid walnut handmade drawers, some eye-catching feature doors and a breakfast bar crafted from rough-cut veneers. One of these projects also incorporates electronic, servo-assisted bi-fold door openers.

The bedroom project is more traditional in feel, with painted ash Shaker-style doors contrasting with limed ash tops on the bedside cabinets and dressing table.

When considering a new kitchen, research and impartial advice is key. Treyone stresses the importance of feeling comfortable with your kitchen designer and that they really understand what you’re trying to achieve without pressurising you into making decisions.

A top design tip is to have plenty of drawers in your kitchen – the wider the better. In terms of trends, handleless cabinets are very ‘in’. A focus on texture is another interesting design direction: mixing rough-cut timbers for feature items and having antiqued glass splashbacks and zinc worktops as counterpoints to plain-fronted cabinets.

On the appliance front, extraction systems are becoming increasingly unobtrusive; there are also developments in steam cooking, along with a versatile use for taps such as for supplying boiling water, filtered cold or even sparkling water.

Treyone’s showroom displays change regularly, so it is currently offering a large traditional kitchen from its Liskeard showroom at a significant price reduction. In addition, its appliance brand partners often run promotions: it’s a good idea to get in touch to check on current offers. 

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