Traditional handmade kitchens and stylish contemporary kitchen design in Surrey
Designing and investing in a new kitchen is a big commitment, often daunting and exciting in equal measures. The designers at Beau-Port Kitchens have over 25 years of experience and expertise. They regularly visit their German partners who supply the stylish contemporary kitchens, Beau-Port kitchens design and install, in addition to visiting the UK workshops where the traditional handmade kitchens are made. This ensures they are kept up to date with the latest in kitchen design and technology. The designers at Beau-Port Kitchens will help you through the maze of design options and have a solution orientated approach which means your new kitchen will be bespoke to your needs.
It's important to engage your kitchen designer early. At Beau-Port-Kitchens we believe this ensures the highest level of customer satisfaction. Not only will your designer get to know you, you will also get to know them. Working with them from a very embryonic stage of the process means that every design challenge is met. Costly or time consuming revisions, often created by other elements or services you are using can be avoided. Our designers are happy to work with your appointed architect, builders or other trades people or offer a full service package and advise and provide everything from planning and building work to flooring and lighting schemes. Should you decide to engage our services everything will be priced individually for clarity and transparency. We make a small charge for the first home visit, survey and designs. At Beau-Port kitchens we provide an in-depth service, which is time consuming and includes both hand drawn and CAD images. Every design is bespoke, we do not just pluck a design off the shelf and manipulate it to fit your home. The drawings remain our intellectual property until the project is complete, the cost of the service is credited from your final invoice if you award your project to us.
A good designer will ask you questions about your life style, how you plan to use your new kitchen, the age of the property and the look you are trying to achieve. By doing this they can start to build a mental image of how your new kitchen will look, working with you to develop solutions to any design challenges.
It's also important that you ask your designer questions. Things to include are: What are the latest kitchen design trends? What inspires you as a kitchen designer? Will you be able to produce a design within my budget that meets my needs? Will my new kitchen increase the value of my home? (it usually will but may not if you have made design errors such as outlandish colours for example). Other things to think about and question are: Where in the market does the company positions itself? It's also important that the drawings and designs produced are from multiple positions and angles within the room. At Beau-Port Kitchens we provide a range of drawings and digital images which will give you a real perspective of your new kitchen and a birds-eye view. Here are just two examples of what we provide. There were taken from a full set of CAD images. We also produce flat layout images and hand drawn images.
"We are really thrilled with the design, craftsmanship and presentation of our lovely new kitchen, as well as the personal experience of working with Mark, who directed everything so well and explains everything so easily. The fitters were very, very good, real craftsmen and lovely people who worked so hard to get the project completed with great attention to detail in finishing off and making it a perfect job, very professional. The whole process was excellent from start to finish and we will be highly recommending Beau-Port to all our friends and family."
Janice Newby - Haslemere, Surrey
Visit the Beau-Port Kitchens website to read real case studies and see images of traditional and contemporary kitchens we have designed and installed or contact us to discuss your new kitchen, no project is too big or too small. We work with developers who are installing a number of kitchens in new builds in addition to individual house builders, customers who are extending or re configuring their home and kitchen and customers who are replacing their current kitchen.