Pluck

Design

Simple, practical and beautiful materials

Pluck kitchens are clutter free, we let the clean lines, colours and materials speak for themselves. Our designs are not about gadgets, fads or fuss, but are about creating simple, practical and beautiful spaces for your home.

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Tailored fit

We believe typical approaches to fitted kitchens hamper the chances of creating the best possible spaces. We design each element of a Pluck kitchen as an individual piece of furniture; so rather than letting our range of cabinets dictate the layout of the kitchen, we tailor the kitchen furniture to suit the space.

Meticulously designed and made

Don’t be fooled by the apparent simplicity of Pluck kitchen furniture, behind the scenes every element has been meticulously considered. This is about merging an obsession for the intricate, technical details of kitchen furniture design with a passion for materials and finishes. All Pluck kitchen furniture is designed and made under one roof in Brixton, south London. This means every stage of manufacture is closely connected, so the quality is maintained throughout.

We make our own range of Corian and laminate worktops, but should you wish to use another material we can advise on what is suitable and recommend suppliers.

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Plywood

The core material of Pluck kitchen furniture is birch plywood. Hard-wearing and sustainable it functions as an honest, solid foundation from which to begin.

Laminate

We use laminate to introduce colour but this is about more than just looks, laminate is durable, practical and versatile and the colour is longer-lasting than painted finishes. Our palette includes warm, neutral and bold shades.

  • Atlantic Blue
  • Brockwell Moss
  • Effra Blue
  • Lido
  • Market Mustard
  • Ruskin Blossom
  • Coldharbour Grey
  • Half Moon White

Wood

Pluck is launching with two British woods: London Plane and Sweet Chestnut. These trees are familiar sites in the British landscape, but are often overlooked for furniture.

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Sweet Chestnut

Ranging from pinks to greens, sweet chestnut is imbued with subtle variations of colour which come to the fore the more you study it. The wood has a soft, gentle tone and grain markings throughout.

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London Plane

The most common tree in the capital, London plane has a rich, warm tone. It is patterned with distinctive flecks; depending on the viewer these might remind you of animal print, brushstrokes or an abstract graphic.

Locally sourced woods

We are acutely aware that hardwoods are a limited resource and believe that as such they should be used with respect. Therefore we use veneers to minimise the amount of wood in each kitchen, without detracting from the pattern, grain and character. We make our own veneers and will always apply a more durable ‘construction’ grade, which is more than triple the thickness of normal veneers.

Where possible we source wood locally. The London plane we currently have in stock is from a tree felled in South-East London by a local tree surgeon.

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