10 Tips For Buying A Bespoke Kitchen

Kitchen is called the heart of a home, it’s where all the family members and friends gather around for meal preparation and connect over food. It seems reasonable for people to invest more money in their kitchens, even during resale, the kitchen becomes an important room in the house.

Bespoke kitchens are in demand as it helps homeowners to design a kitchen as per their requirements and preferences. Moreover, adding bespoke kitchen furniture in the kitchen adds a unique aesthetic factor and sets the tone of the whole house.

If you want to buy a bespoke kitchen, the following tips will get you started.

1. Hire A Specialist

Designing a bespoke kitchen involves several tasks, from choosing furniture and countertop materials to plumbing and electrical configuration. Hiring an expert to collaborate with you simplifies the process of building your dream kitchen.

You can consult Murdoch Troon, who’ve been building quality and affordable bespoke kitchen and furniture for generations.

2. Plan Your Budget

Plan a realistic budget and discuss it with your designer to ensure you don’t overspend. Your designers will help you in building the kitchen just as you like while sticking to your budget and without compromising on the quality.

3. Consider Your Whole Space

Study the entire area where you’re planning to build your bespoke kitchen and how you’ll make use of that space. Consider if you want a kitchen just for cooking or a kitchen where your friends and family can gather to socialise and snack.

4. Find Inspiration

There are several online sources and magazines with pictures of kitchens, sinks, cupboards and countertops, which help you in finding the right inspiration for your bespoke kitchen.

5. Establish Your Non-Negotiables

List out your must-haves, without which you cannot imagine your kitchen. For instance, you may wish for a separate appliance storage unit as you hate a cluttered kitchen or want sliding doors for your cabinets. This gives your designer an idea of what can’t be negotiated and what must be prioritised.

6. Be Aware Of The Trends

Keep in mind the current trends in kitchen styles and themes, but don’t rely completely on them as they’re bound to get out of style. Instead, choose some elements from the current trends which can be replaced after a few months and go for a classic timeless theme for the rest of the kitchen.

7. Choose Your Style

The most exciting part of your kitchen is its style. For the majority of people, the choice is between a classic or a modern kitchen. A bespoke kitchen is a huge investment, so pick a style which easily blends with the rest of the house.

8. Make It Functional

One of the many benefits of a bespoke kitchen is that you can make it functional for you and your family. For instance, for school-going children, you can create a wall or a space to list out their daily chores and activities on or if you’re a baker, you can design a separate workstation and a countertop with accessible power plugs.

9. Include Enough Storage

The secret of a clutter-free kitchen is storage and the best way to incorporate enough of it is by building bespoke kitchen furniture, as it’s structured as per the kitchen dimensions which enables you to include or exclude as much storage space as you like.

10. Brighten It Up

Lighting is an essential part of the house and it can set the whole mood of a place. Considering the importance and multi-functionality of a kitchen, it’s best to choose the area with enough natural lighting and installing glass windows or even a skylight for the light to get in. If you don’t get natural lighting in your kitchen, you can install LED lights to brighten it more.

A smartly designed bespoke kitchen will last for years to come and we hope we helped you by listing out the above pointers.

Christopher Walkey

Founder of Estate Agent Networking and an internationally invited speaker on how to build online target audiences using Twitter and LinkedIn. Writes about UK property prices, housing and affordable homes.

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