Hand Made Kitchen Cabinets

If you are looking at remodeling your kitchen, one of the best investments you can make is in a hand made kitchen. There are many reasons why this is a good choice. At Painted Kitchens, we advice our clients on some of the benefits of choosing a custom made kitchen.

Hand made and hand painted kitchens add to the overall value of your home. It will cost you a bit more to install one, but in the end, when you get your home valued, this kind of kitchen will go a long way in upping its value.

Vegetables being prepared in a hand made kitchen

The Advantages Of Hand Made Kitchen Cabinets

You are able to choose all kinds of unique designs for your handmade kitchen and this means that you can have a kitchen that looks just the way you like it and that has been carefully crafted from superior materials. You can have all kinds of special pieces designed to your taste, and if you have any special requirements for your kitchen, a bespoke one is the way to go.

Experts will tell you that a hand made kitchen gives a much better fitting than if you were to go custom made. Each joint is measured to fit and the overall result is much better.

If you choose to go hand made, it only makes sense to have a hand painted kitchen. This gives you the chance to choose colours as you want them different parts of the kitchen can have different colours to complement the different hand made looks.

Choose a hand painter with experience that is specific to kitchens you will find some in the London, Sussex and Surrey area who do all kinds of projects but they do not have the in-depth expertise that is required to achieve perfect kitchens. You should make sure to involve him at the beginning of your project so that he can advice on the overall look that will be achieved when he finally applies the paint.

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Galley Kitchen Designs

fitted kitchen designAccepted by many as the easiest to work in, the galley kitchen design can often be one of the most difficult to design and can easily become a boring corridor.

The room can often be narrow, and with two people working in the kitchen, the traffic can become a problem.

One of my favourite solutions is to break-front the cabinets using angled units or simply drop the depth of one section back to a run of shallow cabinets. Reduced depth cabinets can be very useful and save you having to rummage around for those small items that always get lost at the back.

Try to avoid too many tall units as they will certainly make the room feel smaller and overbearing.

You can enhance the visual effect by introducing different surface materials or for something different, try insetting timber drawer fronts into a painted frame.

Open wall units or just shelving will also help reduce the tunnel effect, and again, they don’t have to be the industry standard depth.

Bespoke solutions for awkward spaces.

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