Why choose a bespoke kitchen?
Fitted kitchens come in many shapes and sizes and creating one that doesn’t look like everyone else’s is probably up at the top of your wish list. Together with the desire that it has every function you could possible need and looks beautiful too. Enter the bespoke kitchen.
Made with you in mind, a bespoke kitchen is like the cutting of a Saville Row suit, it can be any style or design you set your heart to. Made from scratch, to your specifications, it will fit you and your lifestyle perfectly.
Of course, there is something to be said for an off-the-peg kitchen. It’s convenient and likely to be cheap, probably in more ways than one. The problem is that you’ll end up with the same kitchen as many of your friends and neighbours. And it won’t be the perfect fit for you.
Plus, with an off-the-peg kitchen you’ll probably need to replace it in a few years’ time when it starts to look a little tatty around the edges, and the handles fall off. But when you choose a bespoke, custom-made kitchen, you’re acquiring something that is not only as unique as you are, that reflects your particular tastes and contains bags of personality, but will last for many years into the future.
Bespoke for awkward spaces
One of the main benefits of bespoke is that it can be designed and constructed to fit the most awkward of spaces. So, if you have an older or period home with unique features and interesting nooks and crannies, uneven walls or very low ceilings – the wonderful qualities of an older property – a bespoke kitchen can be fit to ensure that every inch of your space is maximised.
Bespoke for accentuating features
Your preferred aesthetic may be very contemporary but you need the design to fit a period architectural space, rich with original details, then you’ll want your kitchen to allow these elements to shine. A period fireplace, for instance, is a wonderful feature that gives your home its character. A bespoke kitchen will help to accentuate and compliment this feature and retain the historic appeal of the space.
On the other hand, if you own a modern home that lacks such features, then a bespoke kitchen can create the character and appeal the space is crying out for. Take a look at this stunning kitchen, situated in a home nestled in the Stroud Valleys. It is made from Burr Elm and is brimming with unique finishing touches and subtle detailing. It works beautifully within the space.
Bespoke for your unique tastes
A bespoke kitchen can be created from materials to suit your unique taste and individual requirements. Maybe you have a desire for sustainable and environmentally-friendly materials in your new kitchen and want to be assured that it is free from harmful chemicals and toxins. Perhaps you want a kitchen in a beautiful warm wood, replete with knots, grains and imperfections or maybe a minimalist shaker-style painted design is more your bag. The choice really is yours, so you needn’t be limited by what has gone before.
When you commission a bespoke kitchen, you can be new and innovative – you have full sway over its design. From paint colour to exquisite fixtures such as locally-created handle design, extra tall cabinets or a moveable island, down to the hand-selected piece of wood that will eventually create the masterpiece itself, we work closely with you to create a space that is as unique as you are. With the Amberley Arch kitchen, for example, the homeowners were very much involved in the design process, and together we created a stunning family space.
Bespoke for quality craftsmanship
Having a custom-made bespoke kitchen means you have a quality product that will last for many years. Our craftsmanship and attention to detail mean that you won’t be replacing one of our kitchens every couple of years, as you would an off-the-shelf option.
The world is your oyster with a custom-made bespoke kitchen. With our craftsmanship, together with your chosen design and hand-picked, high-quality materials we will create a space that will fulfil your every kitchen necessity, and as an added bonus, will make all your friends green with envy. Now, who wouldn’t want that?