Objects of desire: Bespoke beauty

PUBLISHED: 09:00 12 April 2014


The term ‘bespoke’ has become so over-used, it has lost its true meaning and significance. But at Barnes of Ashburton, they still use the word to describe a kitchen that has been sympathetically designed to work with the architecture of the house, not against it.

These traditional cabinet makers treat each individual bespoke kitchen as pieces of solid wood furniture. Every new kitchen is designed, handcrafted and fitted with genuine, hand-built products that ooze integrity and heritage.

When it comes to planning a new kitchen for a period property, architectural considerations such as low ceilings, sloping walls and original beams invariably necessitate a bespoke approach.

Prices for a hand-crafted Barnes of Ashburton kitchen start from £20,000.

For more information or to arrange for a Barnes of Ashburton to visit you and make some suggestions for your new kitchen, telephone 01364 653613.

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