When it comes to your new kitchen, there are plenty of options to choose from. The style of the kitchen, to the material choices, and the layout are all important considerations, but you might have overlooked the first decision: should you choose a bespoke kitchen? Off the shelf kitchens can be a good fit for a kitchen, but if you want something that is designed for your needs and requirements, you’ll need a bespoke kitchen. So what are the benefits of choosing a specially designed and installed kitchen? Well, here at NJ Design, we are Preston’s leading solid surface experts, and we provide a range of services, including bespoke kitchen and bathrooms. As a result, we have produced this guide to why you should opt for a bespoke kitchen, rather than an off the shelf model.
Should you choose a bespoke kitchen?
So, would a bespoke kitchen be a good choice for your property? And what kind of benefits can you expect from choosing a bespoke kitchen? Well, there are several, including:
- A kitchen that meets your requirements
- A good use of space
- Deign features you might overlook
A kitchen design for you
A bespoke kitchen is a kitchen that is specifically designed to meet your requirements and requests. This means that every little detail can be planned and altered according to what you need. From the height of the counter tops to built in lighting, your kitchen can become the place you need it to be, with bespoke kitchen design.
A good use of space
Because a bespoke kitchen is a kitchen designed to match your space, size and requirements, then it is much more likely to create an effective use of space. This means that those hard to reach corner cupboards or the wasted space at the end of a cabinet will no loner be an issue, and your kitchen will be perfect for your needs.
Design features you might overlook
When browsing through different off the shelf models for your new kitchen, they may all fill you with excitement and possibility. But in each case, there are usually design features that may have been perfect for your home, that have been overlooked. In an off the shelf kitchen, you are given a kitchen design that you have to make work in your space. In a bespoke kitchen, you have the final say on every stage of the plan, and when working with professionals, they can easily spot and solve any potential issues, or add in any missing features.
For more information or advice about your new kitchen, get in touch with the team today, here at NJ Design.