There’s no one solution to designing a kitchen. From available space to the needs to homeowners, every kitchen has different requirements and that’s before you even begin to consider budgeting. That being said, here at Interior Design Concepts we know bespoke kitchen design inside and out and our process helps us get through to the real needs of the client.
Today, we’ll be talking about the value of bespoke kitchen design and how your dream kitchen could become a reality.
What Is Bespoke Kitchen Design?
Every house has a kitchen, but not all kitchens are the same. From huge kitchens/dining areas to small, cosy spaces, there’s no end to various shapes and sizes kitchens can come in. As a result, when trying to get a new kitchen, there are all sorts of problems you can run into.
Is there space for the oven you want? Will you have enough cupboard storage area? And where to put all those handy appliances now you’ve decided to go for a smaller worktop?
Yes, there’s a reason they call it a design process, but that design process doesn’t have to be filled with roadblocks. By working with experienced kitchen designers, you can solve these problems sooner rather than later, ensuring that the whole design is made to fit your space/budget/requirements.
Tricks For Keeping Your Design Within Budget
Budgeting is the real challenge with any home renovation project and the honest advice is almost always to save up a little longer and to overestimate where possible. On the other hand, there are a few things you can do to keep costs lower and still get what you need.
The key is to get your priorities balanced. Split your dream kitchen up into needs and wants and list those wants by their importance. Perhaps underfloor heating is a real must have for you? Or else you just want a better dishwasher?
By creating a list of priorities and getting a good estimate for their costs in the first place you can build up a healthy sense of what to expect up front.
Furthermore, if you’re really struggling to get all those needs under budget, just remember that not everything has to be done at once. Plan aspirationally, and work with your designer to try to account for changes you may want to make in the years to come.
No Need To Compromise On Quality
By working with an expert bespoke kitchen designer, you won’t need to compromise on quality, but rather you’ll be able to find a solution that’s the perfect fit for you. It really is the ideal approach to kitchen design.