Choosing the right kitchen design
The kitchen is undoubtedly the most visited room in any home. You practically spend a large part of your day preparing delicious meals (and eating them) there. It’s also the first room a prospective buyer will want to see, should he want to sell his house. That is why it makes a lot of sense to spend enough money, time and effort to choose the right design for your kitchen. You don’t want to get stuck with impractical and off-putting designs.
There is a whole universe of styles you can choose from. With so many colors, materials, and textures to choose from, it’s easy to get lost in a sea of possible options and struggle to choose the one that best suits your home. Additionally, you also need to consider the sink, faucets, kitchen appliances, and countertop designs. The fact that all these combinations must have synergy with the general style of floors and coverings does not help either.
“Where do I start?” is a good question to ask yourself when looking for a kitchen design. If you are not sure which way to go to equip your home with a great kitchen, you can choose one of three options: choose ready-made designs, custom kitchens or custom kitchens. Where is the difference?
Stock kitchens are ready-made designs that can be delivered to you in a short period of time and installed according to the dimensions and composition of your kitchen. You have some freedom to choose the color and possibly some of the features, but overall there is very little room for change as most units are ready. This method of getting your kitchen from ‘off the pin’ selection of options is the least expensive, but you don’t have the freedom to present what you want. It’s also probably the cheapest option, in case you’re working on a budget.
Custom kitchens allow much more customization on your part. You can dictate the overall design and features you want, though you won’t have all the freedom in the world. Custom kitchen design follows general design templates and offers a selection of them. You can choose from these basic patterns, but not the individual features that make up the entire design.
A bespoke kitchen gives you the ability to customize most of the features of your kitchen. You can also work with well-established kitchen designers, who will visit the room and offer their vast knowledge on the subject. All heights, depths, curves, heights and angles are possible as a bespoke kitchen designer will follow your requirements. For this reason, designing a bespoke kitchen can take more time, but it will be perfectly adapted to your needs and expectations.
There are plenty of reasons to opt for a bespoke kitchen, as long as your budget allows, as it’s no secret that it’s by far the most expensive option. However, if you are looking to add a lot to the value of your home, then custom kitchens are definitely the best!