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Inspiring design options for the perfect bespoke kitchen

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What does your kitchen mean to you? For many people, the kitchen is the heart of the home where the day’s events are shared, family dinners prepared and where the best parties always end up.

If you are lucky enough to be planning for new bespoke kitchens, the world really is your oyster when it comes to designing and creating the perfect space. From dining areas and kitchen islands to charging stations and wine refrigeration, you can take your pick from a range of traditional and modern options that will transform your kitchen into your favourite room in the house.

Choosing storage and worktop space

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When it comes to creating your dream kitchen, storage and worktops are a very important consideration. These are the areas you are going to depend on the most, whether you are looking for easy access storage for utensils, pans and plates or you want plenty of space to display your latest kitchen gadgets. The beauty of choosing a bespoke kitchen is that you have the freedom to design your kitchen your way. There is a wide range of carpentry options available for your kitchen units and a good selection of wood, granite and marble worktops to choose from.

Choosing the right colour scheme

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Lime green, mushroom, fuchsia, sky blue, pistachio – these are just some of the colourways you have at your disposal when choosing a colour scheme for your kitchen. Whether you are looking for the warmth that only traditional woods can give you or you want to mix things up a little with vibrant colour, there is sure to be a colour scheme to suit your needs. Glass splash backs, coloured glass tiles and glitter worktops are just some of the more contemporary styles that are becoming more popular.

Bespoke design tailored to your exact needs

Take a look around your existing kitchen? What can be improved upon? What areas frustrate you or cause you problems? Perhaps you are running low on storage, you keep need more space for appliances or you would like to change the entire layout. Now is the perfect time to eliminate those niggles and annoyances, make the most of the space you have available and choose a kitchen design that ticks all the right boxes.

Here are just some ideas to help you choose the right focal and practical features for your kitchen:

Island life – a kitchen island not only gives you more worktop space for food preparation, they are great for providing extra storage too. If you have the space, you could even add a few sleek chrome stools to create the perfect breakfast or coffee bar.

Go with the flow – your kitchen fitting experts will be able to work with you to create a kitchen that eliminates barriers and which ensures easy traffic flow in and out of the space. You can also create a softer and modern feel to your kitchen with curved kitchen units and worktops, muted colours and soft lighting.

Designer diner – if you always favour ‘booth dining’ in your favourite restaurant, why not recreate the experience in your kitchen? Built-in booths and banquette seating are all the rage and offer a comfortable and fun area for the family to get together. It’s also a great place to catch up on that household paperwork or relax with a good book and a great cup of coffee.

Add a charging station – if your worktops are cluttered with the family’s collection of mobile devices, a charging station could be the perfect solution. Cleverly hidden in a cupboard or drawer, charging stations reduce clutter and ensure you always have somewhere to power your portable devices.

See also: Country Style Kitchens

A new revolution in kitchen fitting and bespoke design

Thanks to the endless design options available and your limitless imagination, you have the freedom to choose your dream kitchen that suits your personal taste, the needs of your family and the space you have available. The result will be a kitchen that gives you the perfect combination of wow factor and practicality and years of enjoyable use.

Related: How can a carpenter and joiner help with a bespoke kitchen.

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