Kitchen styles range from Modern to Contemporary and Traditional. Check out some examples of kitchens we have designed here to see which style suits you best, and check out our showroom gallery with loads more examples of styles to choose from!

  • Kitchen Cork
  • Kitchen Cork
  • Kitchen Cork

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This is an absolutely stunning kitchen designed and fitted for Georgina Forde by Tom Hartigan. Featuring a Belfast sink, shaker style cabinet doors, glossy white worktop and a painted blue finish, the style and shape of the kitchen suits this contemporary light filled house perfectly!

For kitchen inspiration and advice contact Tom here for a no obligation quote.

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Hartigan Kitchens Cork - White contemporary kitchen

We recently designed and fitted this kitchen in Cork for Maureen Carroll, tech specs are below! This full white kitchen is so contemporary.

  • Wood ; Tulipwood
  • Colour; Colourtrend ‘Milk Teeth’
  • Worktop; Silestone ‘Blanco River’
  • Wall Splashbacks & windowsill finished as worktop in Blanco River
  • Internal fittings all from Blum range
  • Caple u150 undermounted sink + Vicario ceramic tap

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The contemporary black kitchen - feature!

This handsome, contemporary style kitchen features high gloss, metallic, acrylic black doors and panels and black granite worktops. All appliances are from the popular Neff range, including the studio height larder and oven housing unit. The sink is a Franke sink, a name synonymous with style, convenience and quality. One of the outstanding features of this kitchen is the floor. Beautiful cream tile meets walnut in a striking curve.

Of course, it has all the advantages of an island kitchen including extra storage space and a dining area that creates a nice flow between kitchen and dining room.

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The Kitchen Island - Cork Feature

This striking kitchen will make a fine centrepiece to anyone’s home. The island is made with a Zeus silestone solid granite white countertop and a black, toughened glass panel before the seats. On the other side of the island are American dark wood walnut drawers and an oven and coffee machine.

There is also a sink and a hub with a down draft extractor. The rest of the kitchen is made up of a silver Galaxy black granite countertop by the main sink and high gloss white doors with more American walnut units. The American style fridge is framed by aluminium glazed obscure glass.

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The Peninsular Kitchen

This beautiful kitchen is an open plan with a peninsular unit. The panels are made of beech and finished in matt lacquer, and the worktops are made of imperial white quartz except the breakfast bar which is made of solid beech. Probably the most striking aspect of the kitchen is the glass shelving behind the glass panelled doors on the outside of the peninsular unit.

By placing wine glasses, ware and ornaments on these shelves a nice sense of flow between kitchen area and dining / living room area is achieved. The kitchen is well lit and this, combined with some carefully chosen and placed plants, gives it a healthy complexion.

The first thing you notice when you see this kitchen is its peninsular design. Some peninsular kitchens have a small but effective peninsula but, as we can see, our kitchen’s peninsula constitutes a substantial part of the kitchen.

So let’s take a closer look at peninsular kitchens, without losing sight of our kitchen.

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Bruce Britton, Monkstown.

Hartigan Kitchens brought us from the 1970ʼs into the twenty-first century. Tomʼs bespoke design was a subtle blend of symmetry, functionality and practicality —- using storage baskets, a Le Mans unit and a series of eye-level storage cupboards painted in ʻpiano-keyʼ ivory to match black appliances.

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