Kitchens Frequently Asked Questions

We get asked lots of questions by our valued customers – hopefully we can answer some of your here.

A. A bespoke kitchen is a custom-made kitchen designed and built to suit a specific client’s needs and requirements. It is made by skilled craftsmen and tailored to fit the space available.

A. The cost of a bespoke kitchen can vary widely depending on the materials used, the size of the kitchen, and the level of customisation required. On average, a bespoke kitchen can cost anywhere from £10,000 to £50,000 or more.

A. The time it takes to install a bespoke kitchen can vary depending on the size and complexity of the project. Generally, from the start of install it can take between 2 – 4 weeks for a bespoke kitchen installation. For each project and time frame we will work with customers so they know what to expect prior to installation.

A. Bespoke kitchens can be made using a wide range of materials, including wood, metal, stone, and glass. The choice of materials will depend on the your preferences, budget, and the overall design of the kitchen. All kitchens supplied by KLR Interiors are made in the UK.

A. Yes, a bespoke kitchen can be designed to fit any space, no matter how big or small. The design of the kitchen can be tailored to the specific dimensions and shape of the room. KLR Interiors Kitchens are made to order so its truly bespoke to the customer.

A. A bespoke kitchen offers several benefits over a standard, off-the-shelf kitchen. These include a higher level of personalisation, better quality materials, a unique design, abut most importantly a higher level of craftsmanship. Having the flexibility to offer special sizes customers aren’t restricted and can have a kitchen that is designed to fit their needs.

A. It is recommended to hire a professional designer for a bespoke kitchen to ensure that the design meets your needs and requirements and is practical and functional. At KLR Interiors we offer a bespoke kitchen design service as part of the package. Choosing to use a specialist kitchen retailer like us you are in good hands as KLR have over 20 years experience in the kitchen industry. We pride ourselves on offering an honest approach to design.

A. When choosing a bespoke kitchen company, it is important to do your research and look at their previous projects and customer reviews. You should also ensure that they use high-quality materials and offer a comprehensive design and installation service. We would always welcome customers to come visit us at our Showroom in Studley to look at our work and get inspiration. A kitchen is a major purchase so being able to visit the showroom and touch and feel the products will allow you to get an idea. We can also talk you through all the different options including door style, appliances, worktops, handles etc…

A. A handleless kitchen  is a type of kitchen design  that features cabinets and drawers without traditional handles or knobs. Instead, they have integrated handle rails for a true Germanic style or  j-scoop detail  or push-to-open mechanisms.

A. Handleless kitchens offer a sleek, modern look and are easier to clean than kitchens with handles, as there are no protruding elements that can gather dirt and grime. They also make it easier to move around the kitchen without bumping into handles.

A. Handleless kitchens can be more expensive than traditional kitchens due to the use of specialised fittings and hardware. However, the overall cost will depend on factors such as the size of the kitchen, materials used, and the level of customisation regardless of the style of kitchen.

A. An in-frame kitchen is a type of kitchen design where the doors and drawers of the cabinets are set within a frame, which provides additional strength and durability to the cabinets. The frame is typically made from solid wood, while the doors and drawers can be made from a range of materials, including wood, MDF, or painted finishes.

A. In-frame kitchens offer several benefits, including durability and strength due to the extra support provided by the frame. They also provide a timeless, classic look that can work well with a range of different design styles. In addition, the frames can be used to add detail and character to the cabinets.

A. In-frame kitchens can be more expensive than other types of kitchen designs, as they require additional materials and labor to construct the frames. However, the overall cost will depend on factors such as the size of the kitchen, materials used, and the level of customisation.

A. A traditional kitchen is a design style that typically features classic elements, such as ornate detailing, rich colors, and natural materials. They often incorporate decorative cabinetry, ornate moldings, and intricate tilework.

A. Traditional kitchens offer several benefits, including a timeless and classic design that can work well with a range of different architectural styles. They often feature high-quality, natural materials that are durable and long-lasting.

A. Yes, a traditional kitchen can be designed to suit any size of home, from large estates to cozy cottages. The key is to choose materials and finishes that complement the overall size and style of the home.