Named after the longhouses found throughout the Suffolk countryside, the Long House Kitchen 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.
To spot a truly bespoke kitchen, look at the drawers. Many will be boxes with screw-on fronts which match the door facades. Plain English's dovetailed drawers are made in one piece, hand crafted by joiners in our Suffolk workshop, just as they would have been two hundred years ago.