Step 1 - Measure your Kitchen

Named after the longhouses found throughout the Suffolk countryside,

the British Standard cupboard draws its inspiration from a tradition of

honest, utilitarian, English joinery which dates back to the 18th century.

The Long House Kitchen has ‘legs’ which extend to the floor, a recessed

plinth and drawers that sit directly on top of one another, without a

dividing rail - a joinery technique which demands skill and precision.


Step 2 - Draw Your Kitchen to Scale

Named after the longhouses found throughout the Suffolk countryside,

the British Standard cupboard draws its inspiration from a tradition of

honest, utilitarian, English joinery which dates back to the 18th century.


Step 3 - Choose your Cupboards

English joinery which dates back to the 18th century. The Long House

Kitchen has ‘legs’ which extend to the floor, a recessed plinth and drawers

that sit directly on top of one another, without a dividing rail - a joinery

technique which demands skill and precision.


Step 4 - Print Out your Cupboard Templates

Named after the longhouses found throughout the Suffolk countryside,

the British Standard cupboard draws its inspiration from a tradition of

honest, utilitarian, English joinery which dates back to the 18th century.

The Long House Kitchen has ‘legs’ which extend to the floor, a recessed

plinth and drawers that sit directly on top of one another, without a

dividing rail - a joinery technique which demands skill and precision.


Step 5 - Order your Cupboards

Named after the longhouses found throughout the Suffolk countryside,

the British Standard cupboard draws its inspiration from a tradition.


Step 6 - Arrange Delivery

English joinery which dates back to the 18th century. The Long House

Kitchen has ‘legs’ which extend to the floor, a recessed plinth and drawers

that sit directly on top of one another, without a dividing rail.