Curves, creativity, and characterful creatures

Carpenters Farm owners Tom and Pippa were keen to work with local kitchen makers, and Barr Kitchens, just a few miles away, with an integrated design studio and traditional manufacturing expertise, ticked all the boxes.

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Feeling the warmth

We talk to Ella Marks about designing her first home – and why the maple kitchen, and living space, was particularly important to her.

French apothecary inspires a modern take on traditional cabinetry design

Stephen Green, Founder and Partner of HollandGreen, shares the design intent for his own kitchen.

A kitchen built for professional creativity and celebrating life

We popped over to witness the creation of our client Celia’s edible delights first hand, and to take a peek at the wonderful surroundings in which her house stands.

Embracing the Clyde House curves

At Clyde House, a renovation and extension, designed by Ibbett Architecture and executed by Barr Group, included a whole house of stunning made-to-measure cabinetry.

A shade beyond perfect

Samantha Todhunter’s country house kitchen sits somewhere between dawn mist and sunset coral, every element stamped with considered perfection.

A kitchen designed to complement dramatic architectural proportions

Our clients, Rachel and Stuart, are delighted with the end result and even more thrilled that they can now cook without having to stoop over!

Lower Beech Farm

Lower Beech Farm is a charming grade II listed Oxfordshire residence, in which, like many heritage properties the kitchen was built to stay cool.

The Mulberry Cottage fairytale

The renovation story of a delightful stone and timber clad cottage in idyllic South Oxfordshire.

A Cotswolds family kitchen: designed for both action and aesthetics!

Set in the heart of the Cotswolds, a traditional stone-built Farmhouse was extended and renovated, to the architectural designs of Tyack Architects.

When Danish farmhouse meets Georgian rectory…

When Danish Farmhouse meets Georgian Rectory… “who doesn’t want to live in a merchant ivory film?”

A collaborative project in memory of Melissa Lancashire

Over the past couple of months Barr Group have had the privilege of working with the team at Lord Williams’s school and some truly fantastic collaborators on a memorial project, in honour of a much loved teacher and member of the Thame community.