At Bohen, we have over 20 beautifully crafted kitchen ranges with 120 door finish options, arranged into Modern, Neo Shaker and Timeless collections, to make your choice simple and easy. The following pages show how, with our expert help and advice, they can be cleverly and creatively mixed and matched to create a room that’s your style, your way.
What makes a Bohen kitchen so clever?
The crisp, clean lines of this kitchen range in its gloss grey and white finishes, cleverly combine to create a cool, modern look
Painted doors, shown here in oyster and sage grey, have integrated pull handles that give a futuristic, seamless look, which is further enhanced by the curved units.
The highly contemporary slab doors, shown here in a gloss ivory finish, create a look that is both smart and orderly. Extend a chunky worktop from the island unit and create an integrated breakfast bar area.
Featuring slab doors in a stylish oak grain effect this stunning design is co-ordinated with plain painted white fronts as an accent colour on a run of the base units.
The horizontal driftwood effect doors combined with plain satin white finish is a perfect, stylish pairing that, as well as looking great, helps to designate work zones in your kitchen.
This modern, horizontal grain, walnut style kitchen gives those who love the look of wood, but the practicalities of stylish, wipe clean materials, the best of both worlds.
A smart, horizontal grain, oak style kitchen that will look great in any style of home, this design is both extremely stylish and superbly practical.
The attractive textured effect of this design in champagne and brown/grey finishes, helps create depth and interest in your kitchen.
This painted Shaker-inspired design, shown here in ivory and aubergine, is available in a range of fashionable colours. Great on their own, or we’ll help you to mix and match to create something unique.
Available in a range of fashionable colours, this lovely variation on a classic Shaker- inspired design features contemporary bevelled edge detail and a horizontal grain on its centre door panels.
A fresh take on Shaker-inspired design, this range, shown here in light blue, mixes organic, fluid curves with the more usual practical, straight, crisp lines.
With its high gloss stone finish, this design is a sophisticated and practical addition to any kitchen. Shown here featuring an extensive, turned island unit to create a room-divider, perfect for an open plan space.
The warm oak effect finish combined with the cool ivory ash design is a stylish way to ring the changes in the kitchen. Here, we’ve held together the whole design with the use of dark worktops and flooring.
This Shaker-inspired design, shown here in beautiful buttermilk, features traditional tongue and groove end panelling and warm wooden worktops. Black tiling and ultra modern appliances lend a contemporary air.
With its in-frame painted doors and traditional features such chunky, moulded end columns, tongue and groove panelling and matching mantlepiece, one could easily mistake this for a bespoke, handmade kitchen.
A timeless design with solid oak door frames, as beautiful as it is practical. The stunning curved island unit, featured here, enhances the handcrafted feel of the furniture.
Attention to detail, such as the gently raised centre panels of the door fronts, is what gives this kitchen a timeless elegance. Shown here in ivory and green it is available in a range of modern and period colours.
With the appearance of varied oak wood-grain, complete with authentic looking random knots, this design has all the lovely characteristics of a typical timber kitchen without the outlay.
Shown here in beautiful light grey, this kitchen style is available in a range of fashionable and period colours. Glazed units and oak finished open shelving provide practical and stylish storage and display areas.