A bespoke kitchen for 2020?

Well, 2020 is turning out to be one of the most difficult years that we have faced in living memory. We hope that you and your family are keeping well and are able to manage during this time of social isolation. It’s important that we stay positive and try to look ahead to happier times, and plan some good things to look forward to.

One positive thing that you might want to do, whilst spending more time at home, is to plan how to improve your living environment. There may be some small changes that you can make now, but how about also planning a major project for when this is all over?

One of the most significant improvements that you can make to your home is replacing your kitchen. A brand new bespoke kitchen will not only add value to your home, but will make it a much better place for you and your family to live.

Here’s how Stone and Chrome can help.

Bespoke kitchens just for you

At Stone and Chrome we are not in the business of selling “off the shelf” kitchens. We will not be happy unless you are happy. That’s why we offer our valued customers bespoke kitchens. 

And we must be doing something right. We recently won New Kitchen Retailer of the Year at the annual KBB Awards in Birmingham! This is a great honour and a wonderful endorsement of us; a family business with over 30 years experience and a genuine passion for our work.

If you decide to have a Stone and Chrome bespoke kitchen we will ensure that everything is just the way you want it. It is your kitchen after all!

We will listen carefully to what you need and want, and will then use our top quality computer aided design software to prepare draft designs to your exact requirements. This will enable you to see exactly how your kitchen will look on completion, and make any changes as needed to ensure that you get the kitchen that you really want. 

The attention to detail you deserve

In both the design and installation process, our attention to detail is second to none. We want everything to be perfect because a Stone & Chrome bespoke handmade kitchen is designed and built to last a lifetime. 

We combine the very best of traditional joinery methods with modern machinery, resulting in a high quality finish with beautiful dovetail joints and precision construction. 

We use only the very highest quality materials for every aspect of your kitchen (see below) because we think you deserve only the best.

The whole process will be closely managed from start to finish by an expert project manager to ensure that everything goes smoothly. 

We are quality

Quality underpins every aspect of a Stone and Chrome bespoke kitchen. Starting with the materials that we use. 

Every aspect of our kitchens is made from solid timber. This includes the carcasses which are made from birch plywood, a tough and temperate timber which provides a solid foundation for the rest of your kitchen. Needless to say, all our sustainable timber is sourced from well managed responsible forests. 

We can create your kitchen in any colour that you want. You can choose from a variety of colour palettes from different manufacturers such as Farrow and Ball, Mylands, Paint and Paper library or Little Greene. For more information, read about colourful kitchen designs here.

For our kitchen work surfaces we use either natural stone or beautiful and durable man-made alternatives from manufacturers such as Silestone, Classic Quartz, Caesarstone, Unistone and Minerva. Read more about the best work surface for your kitchen here. 

When it comes to choosing kitchen appliances we trust only industry-leading brands to deliver the quality you expect and deserve. These brands include 1810, Armac Martin, Bora, Caple, Fisher & Paykel, Franke, Insinkerator, Kaelo, Miele, Neff, Perrin & Rowe, Quooker and Siemens.

So if you are planning a new kitchen, once the current restrictions are lifted then why not come and visit our fabulous kitchen showroom? We can discuss your ideas with you and you will be able to see how your dream kitchen could become a reality in 2020.

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