When leafing through décor magazines, it is easy to imagine how your ideal kitchen would be laid out and how it would fit in to your home. The reality is that the majority of kitchens that are sold are prefabricated and the choice of where and how you would like to store your saucepans, install shelves that rotate, or where you want to save space is not an always an option. These layout decisions are usually made by the company producing the kitchen and you have to adapt around their design and their layout. This requirement to adapt your needs around a predetermined design is one of the reasons that many people opt for an individually designed, bespoke kitchen. By creating a bespoke kitchen, you gain the freedom to choose design details that are exciting and create a kitchen that is perfect for your individual needs.
With the help of an experienced kitchen designer you get complete control over your kitchen layout and choice of materials, the only limiting factor can be the physical space that the kitchen needs to fit in to and your imagination. Ideas don’t have to be completely original, you can gather them from DIY stores, kitchen showrooms and magazines and then adapt them to suit how you use your kitchen and how you want them to function. decorative range hoods
The benefits of choosing a bespoke kitchen design:
* It gives you the opportunity to make additions to a basic design that makes it unique to your kitchen. Your personal specifications can be given to the kitchen designer and they can use their experience to advise you on the best way to include them in your design. Any other professional or personal drawings can be presented to the designer for consideration.
* A bespoke kitchen is a unique item, it is not a mass-produced product that thousands of other people also possess. Certain standard kitchen design characteristics have existed for years, they have been tried and tested and are generally the same throughout prefabricated kitchens and bespoke kitchens. With a bespoke kitchen you get to expand and adapt these basic characteristics to create a beautiful and functional kitchen that is perfect for your living environment.
* A bespoke kitchen designer can visit your home and assess the space that your kitchen will occupy and how you interact with it, this allows the designer to plan your kitchen specifically for your needs.
* In addition to looking after your unique tastes and everyday needs, you often also have the option of an after-care service to maintain and service your fixtures, fittings and appliances. This type of service is generally over and above that offered by a large pre-designed kitchen outfitter.
There are a large number of kitchen companies that advertise nationally and have designers and workshops dotted around the country but quite often your bespoke design and ideas can get lost in the process of dealing with a national company. If you want the kind of service that is tailored specifically to your needs and want to meet the designer and craftsmen who will create your kitchen then it is often advisable to opt for a smaller company that can give one-on-one attention to your project.
Before starting your kitchen build, be very clear about what you want from your kitchen and make sure that your choice of kitchen company can deliver exactly what you want. If you are going through the process and expense of creating a bespoke kitchen then you shouldn’t have to compromise your requirements and needs.