It may look an easy question, however, the term ‘bespoke’ has lost some of its meaning in the kitchen sector, with many that claim to offer bespoke kitchens having a guideline to their clients along well-used paths of what works for their manufacturer systems and staff.
In other words, something, that is bespoke is something which has been created particularly for a particular customer; it’s unique, it has a purpose, it’s custom made and often handcrafted.
Find out more about what makes a kitchen truly bespoke.
There Are No Collections or Varies
Mass-produced, prepared to fit kitchens often come with names which encapsulate the ideas behind their design, to offer them some type of individuality.
If a company that states to offer bespoke kitchens is advertising pre-made ‘suites’, ‘collections’ or ‘ranges’, then they are simply reselling something which has already been creating for a previous client.
Manufacture on your wish
The key to a bespoke kitchen is that it’s made especially for you, so you shouldn’t be ushered into a busy showroom to see what everyone else got, or be subject to pushy sales associates suggesting what’s preferred this year.
When designing your bespoke kitchen, you should have as little or as much input as you want, coupling your end vision along with professional guidance to make sure that the right materials and appliances are utilized to create the ideal balance of functionality and design.
So, let your imagination determine the possibilities; whether you choose a fun-loving space oozing with identity or a stylish family kitchen for all to enjoy.
There Is No Regular Sizing
As kitchen manufacturers stockpile elements in standard sizing, what clients receive is often drawn from a shelf in a warehouse, or reduce from one of these pre-made sizes.
In a bespoke kitchen, worktops, cabinets and other components are made accurately to respect the profile to the room, to the nearest millimetre. A unique sized product costs no more to make than a regular one when you are making to order. There are no expenses.
Removing this reliance on standard sizing enables you to utilise every part of the kitchen, instead of using space-wasting filler panels. You also have sufficient contingency for revisions, as products can be further changed to suit your preference.
Use Only Quality Components
Using components and appliances that match the quality of the craftsmanship is imperative within a bespoke kitchen.
Premade kitchens often give up on quality to increase revenue, and even independent kitchen designers get locked into using particular appliances or components due to business partnerships.
When something is designed to satisfy a particular purpose, the material or appliance must be chosen because it is the best for the job – whether it’s locally resourced sustainable oak or imported Italian marble.
What Is Cost of a Bespoke Kitchen?
As they are manufactured exactly to your requirements, a bespoke kitchen can’t be given a price tag in the same way that a flat pack or suite can. Usually, an estimate is given right after a primary consultation.
Designers of Bespoke Kitchens in Auckland
Unlike other kitchen companies, The Kitchen Factory has no commercial desire for selling as many kitchens as possible, as every kitchen, the design features elements that are handcrafted to order or purchased especially.
Furthermore, they can handle every aspect of your bespoke kitchen project, from initial concepts and 3D designs, through to manufacture, set up and aftercare.
If you’re prepared to discuss your bespoke kitchens plan or want to find out more about how they work, give a call today on 09 624 6239 or request a free consultation.