How does it work?

Bespokea worskhop
Bespokea Meeting

In our showroom

As a small business I enjoy working in a variety of ways with my clients depending on their expectations and needs. Below describes the standard way forward if you are interested in a Bespokea kitchen but get in touch if this doesn’t suit you.

Start by having a look through the case studies. These will give you a good idea of my style, the materials I work with and an indication of the cost.

Tell me which of the case studies appeals to you and send me a copy of your kitchen plan. Ideally this will be from the Ikea planner, but I can often work from a sketch or architect’s drawings if these have enough dimensions and detail.

I will then send you a ball park figure for the cost together with details of what I would be making.

If this cost is within budget, come and see me! It is a vital part of commissioning a unique kitchen that we meet, get to know each other, talk through your design, spot any potential problems early on. You will be able to examine a Bespokea kitchen up close as well as looking at a range of samples and handle options. You are welcome to have a look around the workshop and come back to see your kitchen being made. If appropriate we will make joint visits to suppliers to select materials.

I always visit the site before making anything. This enables me to check for issues that can be resolved anything is made, discuss any access issues for delivery and ideally to meet and chat with your builder or fitters.

I will only sell you what I have made in my own workshop. This means that I don’t sell appliances, worktops etc. Whenever possible, I will point you in the direction of suppliers who will offer a good price.

Unfortunately, the level of service I offer means that I cannot reach all parts of the country. As a rule, I am happy to have a 90-minute drive from Walthamstow to pay a site visit.