How can we help you design your bespoke kitchen?
Here at Sustainable Kitchens we’ve put a great deal of consideration into what bespoke really means for us, and for you. Bespoke means that our kitchens are designed and built to fit perfectly into your home. They’re designed to suit your life and blend seamlessly into your style.
We choose not to select from a range of standard cabinets or use filler panels at the end of each run. Instead, our talented designers will come up with something unique to you. Each and every cabinet will be handcrafted into exactly the right size, ensuring it fits perfectly in the space it was designed for.
Our Bespoke Design Process?
Most companies will make you pick from a limited range of styles and then from a selection of predefined cabinets within that range. With our bespoke design service we take time to look closely at your room and consider your needs, with the ultimate aim being to create the best possible kitchen for your needs, beautiful in both form and function.
From your first conversation with our expert designers to the last brushstroke after installation, the journey with Sustainable Kitchens is a collaborative experience. This process starts with building a relationship; every aspect of your kitchen is tailored to you, with each component designed and sized correctly to fit your room and lifestyle.
Beginning with spatial planning and mood boards and moving onto 3D design, our designers create animations which allow you to ‘walk through’ your space and genuinely experience your kitchen before any commitment is made. After the design process our Production Engineer will supply you with full Mechanical and Electrical drawings for your tradespeople to use so that everybody works from the same project plan.
- How to create a moodboard (hyperlink to article)
- Download our simple moodboard tool (click to download PDF)
- View an example design video (hyperlink to video)
- How to begin laying your your kitchen (hyperlink to article)
- Best free spatial planning tools (Link to tool)
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