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Spoke Interiors Bespoke Kitchens

All of our bespoke handmade kitchens are constructed to precise, high standards using our in-framed construction and we work closely with every client to make sure the kitchen is designed to their individual needs.

Spoke’s handmade bespoke kitchens only use “The Little Greene Paint Company” paints for there cabinets, each kitchen will be primed and sprayed in the colour of your chose before leaving our workshop, the kitchen will then be hand-painted by our team of painters to ensure the best possible finish. In common with the majority of all top end kitchen makers, we recommend tulipwood and MRMDF for painting. This is because they give the best combination of a consistent flat paint finish and stability. Alternatives for painting are pine or oak. You can even mix and match painted and timber finishes. We offer a vast selection of handles, hinges and knobs as well as an extensive range of worktops including solid wood, granite and quartz. This allows Spoke Interiors to customise each new kitchen to their clients’ specifications.

Our bespoke design process allows a wide range of handmade detailing to be included in your new kitchen including magic corner mechanisms, handmade wine racks, inbuilt larders and dovetailed draw inserts. There are also a great number of clever storage solutions and finishing touches that will bring your new kitchen to life.

Spoke Interiors handmade kitchens are the ideal choice for any period property or those looking to add a simple sense of character to their home. With our subtle detailing, including four different drawer front options and ornate cornices, our bespoke handmade kitchens fit effortlessly into the architectural features often found in period homes.

Our Build Quality

At Spoke Interiors we pride ourselves on the outstanding quality and excellent workmanship of our cabinetry. All our kitchens are traditionally made in the UK in Kent using in-framed construction. Our doors are fitted into solid wood frames and secured with butt hinges to ensure that they will not drop, even in years to come. All our kitchen cabinets are made with solid tops and backs and are tongued and grooved, screwed and then glued to maintain maximum rigidity. This traditional technique helps us create a very strong durable kitchen cabinet that will last and look incredible year upon year. In addition most of our cabinets can be made to any height, width or depth giving you a complete solution no matter the size of your kitchen or the height of the ceilings.

All our drawer boxes are built using traditional dovetail jointing methods and made from solid oak(walnut if required) giving the best possible hardwearing drawer. Each drawer is fitted with Blum soft-close runners as standard giving a seamless, quiet close every time.

‘Bespoke’ v ‘Off-The-Shelf’

An off-the-shelf kitchen can seem so much more affordable, than a bespoke kitchen one.

So why would you opt for the usually, but not always, more expensive bespoke route?

When planning your new kitchen it's important to remember that it’s an investment in both your home and your living space. By choosing the a bespoke kitchen it means you can fit the cabinetry you desire into the space you have without the need for compromise. A bespoke kitchen will fit seamlessly into your home and provide you with everything you wish for in a kitchen. You will be installing a kitchen that will fit the perfectly into your room and not trying to make a pre-made kitchen to fit your space. As well as optimising every cm with floor-to-ceiling cabinetry, you can match furniture in other areas to create something very special.

Along with dedicated storage, a bespoke kitchen will offer greater longevity in terms of durability and quality. In awkward shaped rooms, a standard kitchen can end up being a false economy as there is usually more than an element of compromise.
Our bespoke designers will tick every box to make sure we design the perfect kitchen for your space.
Matt Connolly – Owner of Spoke Interiors Limited

Customisable Collections

Between off-the-shelf units and truly bespoke designs sit kitchen ranges that can be made to measure, allowing the designer to specify precise dimensions of each cabinet as well as worktop, island sizes and door finishes. "For example, if a wall in 5.3m and the client wants 10 equally proportioned cabinets, we can make 53cm-wide units, or if they want a run of doors to fade from dark to light, we can spray each door slightly darker than the one before using RAL colours,"says Simon Richmond of Poggenpohl UK. "The kitchens are made from scratch and it's not a case of cutting and shutting standard-size units."

Depending on what range of cabinetry you choose, this can be more cost-effective way of achieving a good fit without the expense of a handmade kitchen. It can also be helpful if you have difficulty envisaging how a kitchen might look and feel from drawings and samples. "Bespoke should mean producing a solution that is suited to the individuals needs and lifestyle while also responding to the architecture of the space," says Bernard Otulakowski at SieMatic UK. "There are traditionalists who will argue that only a kitchen that is 100% original can be called bespoke, but it can be better to let a designer take interior storage solutions and door styles from an established portfolio to create a unique kitchen.
The kitchens are made from scratch and it's not a case of cutting and shutting standard-size units.
Simon Richmond of Poggenpohl UK

Finding The Right Company

Kitchen companies vary in terms of the service they provide and the style in which they specialise. It's important that the designer you choose shares your vision for a bespoke project as you'll be spending a large amount of time with them working out the details. With most, you're not just buying a kitchen; you'll also benefit from their design services, project management services (which may include building work) and installation.

Richard Davonport of Davonport explains,
“When working with a bespoke company you should expect them to offer you expert advice throughout the process. It's important to remember the level of expertise and service should be provided from the initial consultation through to installation. It's also worth finding out as much about the manufacturing process as possible - a tour of the workshops is a fabulous way to see the quality of the product and may help you decide between companies.”
When working with a bespoke company you should expect them to offer you expert advice throughout the process.
Richard Davonport of Davonport

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When an off-the-shelf kitchen seems so much more affordable, it's easy to wonder why you'd opt for the usually, but not always, more expensive bespoke route. It's important to remember that its an investment - both in your home and your living space, unifying the unusual and smoothing out inconsistencies.
"A bespoke kitchen provides what you want as well as what you need," reveals Adrien Stoneham of Stoneham kitchens. "You're not trying to get a pre-made kitchen to fit your space: You're creating something that hugs every obtuse angle in your kitchen.”

As well as optimising every inch with floor-to-ceiling cabinetry, matching furniture in adjoining areas and dedicated storage, a bespoke kitchen will offer greater longevity in terms of durability and quality. Especially true in awkward shaped rooms, a standard kitchen can end up being a false economy as there is usually more than an element of compromise, while bespoke designs tick every box from the start.
"If your bespoke kitchen is from a well-known company, it may also add value to your house," remarks Christine Boswell at Purcell.
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