Interior Designer tips for designing a stylish and functional bespoke piece of joinery
Designer tips for designing stylish and functional bespoke joinery
Thinking of incorporating bespoke joinery into your project? Our interior design team consider ourselves experts in this area, with the majority of our projects working with custom made kitchens, wardrobes, dressing rooms, vanity units and TV units!
Before you get going, take a look at our top tips for bespoke joinery
- Don’t rush the design stage! Ensuring that your measurements, specifications and designs are spot-on will not only save you a lot of hassle later down the line but make the whole process much more straightforward!
- Light fixturescan make all the difference! Try implementing some LED lighting inside wardrobes, under counters or inside shelving. This will bring an affordable and effortless pop of luxury to an otherwise plain feature.
- Consider materials: Interior materials and finishes can complete a project. While some can be expensive, there are also more affordable options. Consider Veneers, laminates, special finishes or even wallpaper on your wardrobe doors, have a look at Tektura luxury collection of wallpapers. Be specific about those areas where you want to opt for a more luxury look.
- Add a Touch of Luxury: Finishing touches such as obscure handles, back panels, bronze mirrors or brass plinths can bring luxury home feeling and a sense of elegance without breaking the bank! Our interior designers think this striking mirror by Amara is the perfect addition to your contemporary interior.
- Think practicality!
How do you intend to use this space? Is material practical enough to be used in wet areas? Thinking the practicalities will save you a lot of money and time!