Bespoke cabinetry, including kitchen cabinetry, involves crafting custom-made, handcrafted cabinets that tailors to the client’s specific needs and preferences. Unlike pre-made cabinets, our cabinetry allows for complete customisation in size, style and materials. It can be used in a variety of settings including kitchens, bathrooms, offices, dressing rooms and more.
One of the main benefits, especially kitchen cabinetry, is the level of customisation options available. Every element of the cabinetry is made to order to fit our client’s space, down to a tiny fraction of millimetres and custom cabinets can be manufactured in any colour, size, material, or style to match the client’s preferences and needs. This level of customisation allows for the creation of truly unique and personalised cabinetry that cannot be found in pre-made options.
Bespoke cabinetry is also known for its superior quality and craftsmanship. Our custom cabinet designers and makers take the time to ensure that every detail is perfect. Resulting in a product that is both beautiful and functional.
When it comes to bespoke cabinetry, the selection of materials is crucial to achieving a high-quality finished product. The choice of wood will ultimately depend on the desired aesthetic and functional requirements of the cabinetry. In addition to wood selection, high-end cabinet hardware, including luxury cabinet pulls, hinges, and latches can also be used to elevate the overall aesthetic of the cabinetry.
THE PROCESS OF CREATING BESPOKE CABINETRY
The process of creating bespoke cabinetry begins with a consultation and design phase. During this phase, homeowners work with one of our designers here at Brownlow to discuss their vision and preferences for their custom cabinetry. Once the design is finalised, the production and manufacturing phase can begin.
The production and manufacturing phase involves the creation of custom cabinetry. During this phase, the design is brought to life and the cabinetry is crafted to the homeowner’s exact specifications. Once the cabinetry is complete, installation and follow-up can begin.