Almost any home can and will benefit from the personal touch of a bespoke kitchen. These are designs which revolve around you, and how you typically use you space – whether that’s for cooking or for entertaining, working or relaxing in the evening. There’s a lot of different elements which you will be able to customise, and you know that you will end up with something useable which will look great as well. Many people think that a bespoke kitchen will end up costing them considerably more than it would if they were to buy a readymade kitchen from a home hardware shop. This is simply not the case. These products are built to last, so while you might need to replace a premade kitchen on a regular basis as the ill-suited design and cheaper production methods start to raise their ugly heads, a bespoke kitchen can last a lifetime with the right help with planning. |
Without the limitations of a standard fitted kitchen you can make sure that the proportions of the fittings are just right for your space, no matter how large or small.
A kitchen island is a great way to make use of space. In large rooms they make the centre of the space more useable, in what could only have previously been filled with a table. Islands are more useful because they provide additional storage space as well as somewhere else to sit and eat. There’s no need to go for anything overly large, but a bit of extra room for food preparation is almost always very welcome.
In a smaller kitchen, an island can be mounted on wheels so that it can be moved out of the way if needs be.
This particular feature tends not to be readily available in a standard design because they really do need to be custom made. This is one of the massive advantages you get with a bespoke kitchen that you just won’t be able to achieve otherwise. You will also be able to incorporate additional power sockets into the island which means that no matter where you’re working you’ll be able to plug in any appliances that you need to.
Another option is a peninsula. This is much the same as an island because it enters the centre of the room and opens out the usable space, but it also means that it won’t be quite so intrusive in a smaller room as it is still part of the main work surface area.
Joseph works for a bespoke kitchen furniture company in Norfolk. He enjoys blogging and article writing to help out people that need any advice on luxury fitted kitchens and bespoke kitchen furniture.
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