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Every kitchen is custom designed, manufactured and installed to our client’s unique personal preferences

What You Get

All-inclusive bespoke kitchen design

We are here to turn your remodelling project into a wonderful experience, giving you expert advice and guidance along the way, making it easy for you to bring your dream space to life.  Our team will be with you every step of the way – from concept to completion – taking care of every detail from design through to manufacture and installation.  We are your one-stop kitchen and cupboard specialists so there is no need for you to involve third-party contractors or designers.

At CCMI we are continually adapting to the needs of the market to which we offer a multitude of services in one company, which allows for a more streamlined project, high quality and faster results.


Our Work

“Masterful use of finishes – that's very impressive for any kitchen designer.”

– Klyne Maharaj –

The Kitchen Studio

“Unsurpassed workmanship and professionalism”

– Gavin Huart –


“Thanks Jean. It is great to deal with you, such a hassle free experience.”

– Shafiqua Andrews –

CEO – POP Warehouse

“You know you are giving CCMI a very good reputation!!?? Rarely does one get this from ANY company. Thank you.”

– Jamie Gubbins –

Owner – Cape Standard

“I would like to formally recommend CCMI under the directorship of Jean Booyens as a designer and supplier of high quality joinery work.”

David Cohen –

Director – Signatura

Contemporary Kitchen | Sea Point, Cape Town | 2018
Contemporary Kitchen | Higgovale, Cape Town | 2018
Contemporary Kitchen | Scarborough, Cape Town | 2017
Transitional Kitchen | Fresnaye, Cape Town | 2012
Contemporary Kitchen | Tamboerskloof, Cape Town | 2020
Contemporary Kitchen | Higgovale, Cape Town | 2012
Contemporary Kitchen | Bantry Bay, Cape Town | 2020
Contemporary Kitchen | Hout Bay, Cape Town | 2018
Transitional Kitchen | Meklbosstrand, West Coast | 2018
Contemporary Kitchen | Pearly Beach, Overberg | 2018
Contemporary Kitchen | Hout Bay, Cape Town | 2018
Contemporary Kitchen | Sea Point, Cape Town | 2018
Transitional Kitchen | Tamboerskloof, Cape Town | 2018

Plan your kitchen



Kitchen styles fall into three main categories: traditional, transitional, and contemporary.  Styles can be further categorised within the three main categories as modern, country, rustic, minimalist, eclectic, industrial, and Scandinavian, or a combination of these styles.  Your personal taste will define which of the sub-categories your kitchen falls within.

Download the kitchen style finder to help you decide on the basic design before you begin fleshing out the design to achieve your desired look. To pull off any particular style, or combination of styles, one needs to determine how the style will be achieved by applying one of the four basic kitchen designs; namely: traditional shaker, modern shaker, flat panel, and handleless finger grip.

Kitchen styles fall into three main categories: traditional, transitional, and contemporary.

Kitchen Style 1


Traditional style kitchens are defined by their captivating details.  They exude charm and character with their unique stylized touches.  Personal styles that fall within the traditional category may include: old world, mediteranean, coastal, country, rustic, and even industrial.  Read the design + create blog article about the elements of  traditional style kitchens here >

Kitchen Style 2


Classic, or transitional, kitchens are the moderator between traditional and contemporary styles.  They are sophisticated and timeless, combining styles that fall within the traditional and contemporary scopes.  Virtually any personal style preference can be applied to this type of kitchen. Learn more about the elements that make up this style in the design + create article on transitional style kitchens here >

Kitchen Style 3


Contemporary kitchens are characterised by their clean lines.  Buzz words that describe this style are: sleek, luxe, minimalist, modern, fresh and trendy.  The simplicity of this design style allows you to express your personal style through the clever use of colour and texture to create a fresh modern space. Find out more about the design elements of contemporary kitchens in this design + create blog article >

With Us You Get

Personal attention to detail from an owner-managed team of designers, artisans and installers.

We are constantly developing our team of artisans and carpenters to ensure they utilise current techniques and produce items to the highest level of quality. In this day and age, time is money and money is time.


Owner-managed projects


One-on-one in-person consultation


customised innovative design


Quality worksmanship

We present our clients with upfront specifications on the products and finishes as discussed in the first meeting, to make sure that we deliver on our promises.

With an increasing population and demand for living space, innovative thinking to design well-thought-out personal spaces is key. Cape Town is a fast-growing city with high demands in the standards of quality, creativity and optimum delivery. These factors will make one’s project, home or investment stand out from the rest.

Design + Create

Discover the perfect layout for your space

Kitchen layouts are based around the concept of the working triangle for ease of flow within the space 



Kitchens can be laid out in numerous ways.  The layout you decide on may depend on the existing layout of your home.  How you intend to work within the space also plays an important role.  Things to consider when choosing a layout are whether your kitchen will be open-plan, partially open-plan, or completely separate from living areas.

Download the kitchen design checklist and planner to plan your space.

Kitchen Layout 1


A straight, or one-wall, layout is the simplest of kitchen layouts – with the entire kitchen being placed along a single wall in a straight line. This layout is typically used in studio-type apartments where the kitchen forms part of the main living area.  It can also be applied where the layout of the room is long and narrow with an entrance at either end.

Kitchen Layout 2


Galley kitchens are also referred to as corridor kitchens.  The units are laid out in two parallel lines creating a central corridor in which to work. This layout provides an abundance of storage and counter space in a compact space.  Galley layouts are ideal for small kitchens that need to serve as a thoroughfare to other areas of the home.

Kitchen Layout 3


The G-shaped layout is suited to kitchens that are completely separated from the rest of the home, having only a single entrance into the room.  All four walls are utilised to provide ample storage and a working triangle geared toward functionality. Similar to the G-shaped layout is the peninsula layout which, provides equal functionality in a semi-open plan space.

Kitchen Layout 4


The L-shaped layout simply put is a kitchen in a corner.  Whether the kitchen is open plan, or completely separate from the rest of the home, this layout creates an open, airy feel. In an open-plan space, the L-shaped layout is particularly well suited to combining wall cabinetry with a free-standing island to define the area of the room.

Kitchen Layout 5


The U-shaped layout is incredibly functional, placing the three main stations conveniently around the cook.  A U-shaped layout can work in both narrow and wide spaces, and work equally well in open-plan areas as they do in stand-alone rooms. If the space is wide enough an island can also be incorporated into this layout.

Kitchen Layout 6


This layout is characterised by having two (or three) sides with wall units, and a connected third (or fourth) side which extends to create a peninsula.  The peninsula separates the kitchen from other living areas in an open-plan home.  This layout lends itself to social gatherings “in the kitchen” with the cook unhindered by guests.  A peninsula is often used to create a handy breakfast bar making it ideal for families with children in the home.

Kitchen Layout Addition

The Kitchen Island

An island can be added to most kitchen layouts.  In a large kitchen, an island can be used to bring workstations closer together. A kitchen island is often used to separate the kitchen from living areas in an open-plan home.  And, where more than one cook is expected to work in the kitchen at the same time an island creates ease of flow, allowing for cooks to move around the kitchen without disturbing one another.

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