The distinctive design of Omega Mackintosh kitchens offers the unique combination of a distinctly twenty-first century finish and the features of traditional, country-style kitchens. Perfect for anyone searching for a modern take on a classic look, the practical element of Omega Mackintosh kitchens will suit any home, from a chocolate box cottage to an ultra-fresh new build.

Omega Mackintosh kitchens are supplied and manufactured by Omega PLC, a British company which was founded in 1992 by Bob Murray, who operates a pioneering factory in Doncaster. Many kitchen components are sourced right here in the UK, but some supplies are flown in from exotic locations around the world to ensure that only the best quality products are provided for each kitchen. It was in 2008 that the group launched the brand Charles Rennie Mackintosh, a design house which offers the epitome of quality design and durability and is aimed at the upper-end of the market.

A unique design offering built on innovation and sustainability

Omega Mackintosh kitchens are an example of true craftsmanship and represent pure quality. Whether your kitchen is big or small, the wide range of units that Omega Mackintosh supply guarantee to produce a perfectly sufficient and beautiful kitchen that reach every one of your expectations. The soft closing doors and the state-of-the-art GRASS drawer systems are only a few of the features that can make an Omega Mackintosh kitchen extra-special.

In addition to expanding its range of astonishing kitchens, Omega PLC have also been sure to enforce a rigorous environmental policy in a bid to reduce their carbon footprint by any means. All supplies are responsibly sourced and all waste is either disposed of safely or is recycled. Omega PLC’s factory uses advanced technology to ensure that all machines run on low energy and employees are encouraged to recycle any plastic, cardboard and paper used in production.

The London Kitchen Shop offers three ranges of Omega Mackintosh kitchens: the Shaker design, which is built on simplistic but functional foundations; the Modern design, which combines fashionably sleek with practicality; and the Traditional design, which radiates authenticity and delivers that warm country feel.