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Bespoke Kitchen Installers
As the saying goes, the kitchen is the heart of the home, which is why your kitchen should be based on what your heart wants, a one-of-a-kind kitchen.
Make a statement in your home with a custom kitchen that’s designed and built entirely to your taste.
We have plenty of approved and guaranteed bespoke kitchen fitters in Birmingham who can help you:
Create a unique kitchen space that’s ideal for home life and entertaining
Maximise all available space
Add a wow factor with a kitchen that’s perfectly suited to the style of your home
Short on time to search for Checkatrade bespoke kitchen fitters yourself? Use our handy request a quote feature and we’ll get local experts to get in touch with you.
What is a bespoke kitchen?
When we talk about a “bespoke kitchen”, we’re referring to a unique kitchen design that is tailored to your needs.
Instead of buying standard off-the-shelf kitchen packages, a bespoke kitchen incorporates just the right combination of layout, storage, features and appliances that meet any homeowners’ exact requirements.
Custom kitchen fitters will also build your kitchen to feature materials, colours and design elements to suit the style of your home.
You’ll find that bespoke kitchen units are made to measure, so that they perfectly fit your individual kitchen and make the most of all the available space. This is particularly beneficial if you have an awkward shaped kitchen that would struggle to fit standard kitchen units.
Bespoke kitchen fitters – the process
The great thing about installing a bespoke kitchen in your home is that you’ll get help from day one – from designing the layout, choosing your favourite colours and styles, and picking out the all important finishing touches.
Here’s what you can expect from custom kitchen fitters:
Initial consultation – This will be a meeting with you and your bespoke kitchen fitters to help them understand what you want and need from your new kitchen.
Measuring up – The custom kitchen fitters will come to your home to take detailed measurements of your kitchen space.
The design – With your requirements and measurements in hand, your bespoke kitchen fitters will use their skills and experience to put together a proposed design for your kitchen and share it with you. There’s usually some back and forth at this point to make sure that you’re completely happy with the final design.
Materials are ordered – After you’ve approved the final version of your bespoke kitchen design, you’ll usually be asked to pay a deposit and the materials and appliances will be ordered. At this stage your custom kitchen fitters should be able to give you a relatively accurate timeline for delivery of all the materials.
Kitchen installation – Once the materials and appliances are all delivered, it’s time for your bespoke kitchen to be installed.
Want to chat with local bespoke kitchen fitters?
Whether you’re ready to get started with your new custom kitchen or you want to find out more about what’s involved, it’s always helpful to speak with experienced local bespoke kitchen fitters in Birmingham.
Find the best local custom kitchen fitters near you by scrolling up on this very page!
If you’re short on time and can’t search through our members and view their profiles, request a quote and leave it to us to send approved and guaranteed local bespoke kitchen fitters your way.
Is it worth getting a bespoke kitchen?
If you’re looking for a completely custom look, or you have an awkward space to fit your kitchen in, then it could well be worth getting a bespoke kitchen.
Bespoke kitchens come with many benefits and offer a perfect solution for many homeowners looking for a unique kitchen for their home. With a bespoke kitchen you can create the exact kitchen design you want and add a striking impact in your home.
And it’s not just about looking good. Custom kitchens provide the ultimate in functionality by allowing you to install the most useful features and appliances. They’ll also often use clever design tricks to make the most of space in ways you might not have thought of.
That said, they’re not for everyone – particularly if you have a limited budget, as bespoke kitchens are nearly always more expensive than standard off-the-shelf kitchen packages.
However, a bespoke kitchen could be the best option if you:
Want a kitchen design that’s unique to your home
Struggle to make the most of the kitchen space you have available
Have an awkward kitchen layout
Like the idea of choosing the exact style, layout and design of your whole kitchen
Have a healthy budget for your new kitchen
Benefits of a bespoke kitchen
Here are some of the many benefits of hiring bespoke kitchen fitters in Birmingham to transform your kitchen:
No limitations or restrictions – A bespoke kitchen is designed to suit you and your home’s specific needs, and you can be as clever and creative as you like.
Get help from the experts – Experienced local kitchen fitters will offer a design service that will bring your ideas to life. They’ll help you create a layout that best suits your lifestyle and daily routine, as well as the style of your home.
A design that fits perfectly – Making the most of your kitchen space is one of the greatest benefits of a bespoke kitchen, so that every inch is maximised for you to use. This is a major advantage if you have any architectural features to work around (such as uneven walls, low ceilings, beams or pillars).
A kitchen as unique as your home – Kitchens are often deemed the heart of the home, and by installing a bespoke kitchen you can create the ultimate kitchen space, both practically and aesthetically, that’s unique to your home.
Finishing touches that suit your lifestyle – Whether it’s fitting hidden drawers or creating enough space to fit and use your favourite appliances, a custom kitchen allows you to be as specific as you like to create a kitchen that truly works for you.
Find the best custom kitchen fitters in Birmingham
When planning a new kitchen project, it’s always helpful to speak to local bespoke kitchen fitters to understand what’s involved and how much it will cost. Experienced custom kitchen fitters will be able to advise on the options available and how the design process works.
Keen to get started?
Check out the local bespoke kitchen fitters listed at the top of this page.
Or request a quote and let us do the legwork for you and we’ll get approved and guaranteed local custom kitchen fitters to contact you directly.
How much does a bespoke kitchen cost?
The reality is, a bespoke kitchen can cost anywhere upwards of £20,000+ – because there’s no limit to the amount you spend on the quality and configuration of your new kitchen.
The cost of a bespoke kitchen can vary massively, as there’s no standard features or fixed costs when it comes to a custom kitchen design.
Bespoke kitchen costs
To give you a guide, here’s a breakdown of the average costs of a bespoke kitchen across the UK:
Bespoke kitchen cost (total) – £20,000 - £75,000
Cabinetry – £12,000 - £25,000
Appliances – £10,000 - £50,000
Design service – £50 - £750+
Fitting – £250 - £300 per day
To find out more, check out our guide to bespoke kitchen costs. And for an accurate quote, reach out to approved and guaranteed Checkatrade bespoke kitchen installers.
Bespoke kitchen designer costs
On average, the cost to hire a kitchen designer can be anywhere between £770 – £4,600 – this figure is often calculated as a percentage of around 5-10% of the total cost of the bespoke kitchen project.
If you want to hire a bespoke kitchen designer, the cost of the kitchen design will depend on the size and complexity of the kitchen project.
Budgeting for your bespoke kitchen costs
To help you plan the budget for your bespoke kitchen, it’s often helpful to allocate a percentage of the costs to the various elements of the project. As a general rule, we recommend the following breakdown:
Cabinetry – 50%
Appliances and worktops – 25-30%
Installation – 15-20%
Design – 5-10%
Quotes for bespoke kitchen costs
The best way to get accurate costs for a bespoke kitchen is to speak to a number of local bespoke kitchen specialists.
By discussing the details of your kitchen project with local custom kitchen contractors, they’ll be able to give you a more detailed breakdown of the options available and how much the various elements of the project are likely to cost.
Luckily, when it comes to finding reliable, experienced local bespoke kitchen fitters in Birmingham, we can do a lot of the legwork for you.
Our request a quote tool makes getting multiple quotes super easy. Simply post details about the bespoke kitchen project work that you need help with and we’ll send it out to the best local custom kitchen specialists in your area, who will contact you directly.
Can I design my own kitchen?
When it comes to designing your kitchen, you can certainly design it yourself – although, unless you have skills and experience using spatial design software, you’ll most likely need the help of a professional kitchen designer or kitchen design service at some stage.
Working with an experienced kitchen designer isn’t just useful to create the digital designs that you’ll need for your new kitchen to be built, but they can also offer tips and advice.
Professional kitchen design services will know exactly how to make the most of your kitchen space and they’ll be able to offer valuable input to help you design a kitchen that really works for you and your home.
How to design your own kitchen
To get you started, here’s a brief overview of how to design a kitchen in four steps:
Plan your budget so that you know how much you have in the kitty, as this will influence many of your decisions when it comes to the details of your kitchen design.
Write your wish list of all the features and appliances that you want your new kitchen to have, and you can be as specific as you like to address all the things that your current kitchen doesn’t do for you – but you wish it did.
Make a mood board of styles, colours, layouts, features and any other aesthetic elements that you would like to be incorporated in the look and feel of your new kitchen.
Hire a professional kitchen designer or design service to bring all your ideas together into a cohesive kitchen design that will meet all your requirements and make the most of every inch of available space in your kitchen.
To find out more about kitchen design, and to see 18 of our top tips to help you with your new kitchen project, check out our guide on how to design a kitchen.
Want to speak to local bespoke kitchen fitters in Birmingham?
Sometimes it helps to start with a quick chat with local bespoke kitchen fitters to understand what options are available in your area, what design services are on offer, and how much they’ll cost.
If you’re ready to reach out to local custom kitchen fitters, you’re in the right place. Reach out to any of the approved and guaranteed tradespeople listed at the top of this page. Alternatively, you can request a quote and we’ll get multiple local bespoke kitchen fitters to contact you directly – so you can sit back and relax while we do the legwork.
How do I design my own kitchen?
The key to designing a kitchen is to make sure you’ve planned the space properly, and considered exactly how you want to use the room – for cooking, eating and entertaining.
The best kitchen design will make the most of storage and counter space and create a kitchen space that is both easy to use and a pleasure to be in.
How to plan your kitchen design
Some of the most important elements of kitchen design that you should consider include:
Adequate storage for all kitchenware, appliances, food and supplies
Enough counter space for food preparation and entertaining
Lighting and access to as much natural light as possible
The type and quantity of appliances that will be suitable for the size of your kitchen
A layout that works for you, your home and your daily routine
Tips for drawing a kitchen floor plan
If you’re confident that you can put together your own kitchen design floor plan, we have a few tips that might help:
Make sure you leave space between fixtures and features to allow you a comfortable amount of room to prepare and serve meals, clean up, and entertain guests.
Cluster features and appliances to save time and effort, such as putting the fridge near the oven, or making sure the oven is close to the sink.
Create a space outside the kitchen to minimise clutter so that you have somewhere to dump bags, coats and post before you enter the kitchen.
Start with the sink as the jumping off point for your kitchen floor plan, as it’s undoubtedly where you’ll end up spending most time so you’ll want it be somewhere where you can look out a window, or into another room.
Place the oven on an exterior wall to avoid you the cost and hassle of having to install a proper ventilation system.
You can find out more tips and advice with our 8 top tips for planning a kitchen.
Hire experienced local custom kitchen fitters
If you’re keen to get started with your new kitchen design and you’d like help from a professional, we can help you find the best local bespoke kitchen fitters near you.
You can either browse the local custom kitchen fitters listed higher up this page yourself.
Or, if you’re pushed for time, simply request a quote and we’ll reach out to the best bespoke kitchen fitters in your area and they’ll get in touch with you directly.