Considering A Bespoke Kitchen Design
Before rushing ahead and choosing your colour scheme, splashback tiles and cabinetry styles, take a moment to stop and consider how you are going to use your kitchen every day. Choosing a bespoke kitchen means designing a kitchen around your lifestyle, not just making it look good.
Made to measure kitchens are designed to make the best use of the space available, in a way that perfectly matches your needs. When you meet with a Kitchenmeister designer they will ask you about how you use your kitchen, where it fits into your daily life, and what you need from a new kitchen design.
Your new kitchen is an investment that will serve you for many years in the future, so taking some time at the beginning will pay off in the long run. In this article we will explore some of the key things to consider when buying a bespoke kitchen design, so you can maximise the potential of your kitchen for the future.
3 Things To Consider Before Buying A Bespoke Kitchen
1. Consider Your Space and Layout
Take a good look at all the space you have available. Anything is possible with a customised Kitchenmeister design, you are not limited to simply replacing your existing layout. Are you creating an open plan dining or living space or just a kitchen? Consider if any walls or doors need to be taken out to make the layout more functional. What other space do you have? If you have a separate pantry for food storage, utility room for your laundry or dining room for eating, that will influence the layout of your new bespoke kitchen.
2. Consider Your Daily Life
How you live and who lives with you will have an impact on how you use your kitchen. The kitchen is no longer just the room we cook in. Consider how you use your kitchen beyond cooking. Do you need a versatile space to bring the whole family together? Somewhere for the kids to do their homework or a work from home space for yourself? Somewhere to host dinners or parties, or a casual spot to catch up with friends over coffee?
The kitchen can be just the room we cook in, but it can also be so much more when you choose a bespoke kitchen design.
3. Consider Storage Space
How much storage space and the type of storage you need is an important factor to consider. The right organisation of your kitchen essentials can make cooking a pleasure. Having everything you need to hand, and everything you don’t need in its place ready for when you do. Consider whether you like to have all your cooking appliances on display or if you prefer clear countertops. Do you like everything to hand on open shelves or hidden from sight in a cabinet?
Consider your cooking style. Do you like to experiment and need plenty of space for ingredients? Are you a batch cooker needing lots of space for meal prep, food containers and a large freezer?
When you design your new kitchen around your lifestyle, there’s a place for everything.
Bespoke Kitchen Design
When it comes to buying a bespoke kitchen, the initial design and planning is what will ensure your new kitchen serves you in the most convenient way possible.
Put yourself in a prime position and talk to one of our kitchen designers today about creating a kitchen design that is the perfect fit for your home.
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