Choosing a new kitchen is a really exciting time, and an experience that should be enjoyed; bring you and your family pleasure for a long time to come. As well as being a practical space to cook, kitchens are often the center of the family homeso its important they practically for your family needs. Weather you have a flat pack kitchen or a hand made oak kitchen your family needs are bespoke so your kitchen is bespoke to you.

We are currently building a new extension to house an open plan kitchen and dining room. The process I am most looking forward to is designing the kitchen, I love cooking and cant wait to have a bespoke kitchen that is designed for me to cook in.

There are so many ideas and kitchen styles it can be confusing when to start, I have spent lots of time scouring the internet and magazines for new kitchen ideas to get a better ideas of the styles, knowing what you like will help kitchen companies guide you through there products.

As well as deciding what kitchen styles you like determining your kitchen layout is critical and kitchen space planning needs to be right – there is a lot to consider if you are to ensure your kitchen is cook-friendly:

  • Will I have to walk far to get water to fill a pan on the cooker?
  • Will I have enough space to slice, dice, chop, and prepare meals?
  • Will I have room to store the olive oil near the stove?
  • Will two or more cooks be able to work in the space?
  • Will I be able to easily rinse dishes and load them into the dishwasher?
  • What kind of sink(s) do I need?
  • How much storage do I need?

For more advice see Kitchen Layout

Visiting a kitchen showroom can be a mind boggling experience, so going armed with as much information is really important as well as finding the right company for you.

I was lucky enough to find Choice Interiors in Birmingham who work in the Midlands and Warwickshire area and provide bespoke kitchen cabinetry services. What I loved about Choice Interiors right from the start is that I was meeting the people making the product. Visiting their factory showroom, gave me a full insight into available products and complete overview of the process to make the kitchen. There were doors hanging with paint drying, drawers being made and a buzz of excitement as bits of the kitchen puzzle came together. During the showroom visit I looked at all these lovely kitchens with their dove tailed drawers I felt a little like I might be punching above my weight – could I really afford to be buying a bespoke kitchen Neil Jewitt a Director at Choice Interiors assured me that they could meet all budget requirements and could even complete with the big sheds, depending upon your requirements.




I couldn’t wait to get started with my new kitchen. If you are looking for a Bespoke Kitchen, Choice Interiors offer something different, a truly bespoke service, where they will guide you through the kitchen buying process, to ensure you get a kitchen that you love at the end of the process. The kitchen is made buy them for your home, at a price that is right for you.