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.
Designing a bespoke kitchen for a historic home in Hampshire comes with its very own set of unique challenges. Not only might it be a listed building but it will also have uneven floors, walls and may have low uneven lath and plaster ceilings. Beau-Port Kitchens in Hampshire was appointed to design and install a new kitchen and utility room in a 16th century cottage, one of the oldest and prettiest buildings in a Hampshire village. Every piece of the handmade furniture was designed to complement the age of the property, utilise all of the available space which was made totally bespoke to the customers home and needs.
Engaging a kitchen designer early really does achieve the best results. The design team at Beau-Port Kitchens love a challenge, visit them and you will discover there's no hard sell and none of the restraints of a large company. As a family run business you will get a personal service from day one. However, its important to start collecting ideas before you even visit a showroom. Take some photos of your current kitchen and outline drawings of the new space if you are extending or removing walls, doors or windows. Put together a wish list of things you would love to include and things you can live without and things which you feel you could compromise on. For example you may want a water softener but feel you could live without or compromise on a waste disposal unit? Look at the Beau-Port Kitchens projects web-page for ideas and examples of kitchens we have installed
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This year has seen a trend for darker coloured kitchens. However. that doesn't mean your new kitchen looks dark and dreary.The aesthetic is to create a sophisticated, elegant space using bold ideas that make a statement. This is evident in Beau-Port Kitchens new showroom in Southsea, Portsmouth, Hampshire and the new displays in Bentworth. near Alton, close to the Hampshire and Surrey border. Dark metallics are combined with carbon, black and basalt cabinets and frames. Alternatively, pair dark units with crisp white work-surfaces, sinks and pendant lights.