Design your dream kitchen
Create the perfect culinary space with a helping hand from Benchmarx
The kitchen is the hub of the home, so it’s no wonder it’s the room we usually invest in the most. From gathering the family round a statement kitchen island to cooking a feast for friends, your kitchen is the backdrop to so much, it’s important to choose the right design for you.
While planning your new kitchen is an exciting project, getting to grips with the best layout options, styles and colours can be quite challenging. Whether you’ve got a specific look in mind or not, do your research, study the brochures and use online visualisers to get a feel for what you do and don’t like. Buying a new kitchen is always a big investment – so see the process as a marathon, not a sprint, and take your time with every decision.
If you’re feeling a little nervous about embarking on such a project, turn to Benchmarx. The knowledgeable and trustworthy kitchen designers will be by your side throughout every step of the process – from planning to installation – so you can rest assured that you’re in safe hands. All of the kitchen designs are high quality, trend-led and available in a range of gorgeous colours and finishes, to create a look that feels bespoke.
Benchmarx has launched a brand new premium kitchen range: the Marlow collection is the perfect blend of old and new, with traditional Shaker-style units combined with sleek and simple lines and fresh, modern colours. From striking navy to luminous Porcelain White or a more muted Stone Grey, there’s a colour to suit every room and every style. With the true handleless design, the custom cabinet system allows for a completely seamless and streamlined look, while maintaining the Shaker character.
Benchmarx is expanding its existing collection further by introducing new colours to its Soho and Cambridge ranges. Including Midnight Blue, Forest Green and Driftwood Blue, these new, natureinspired, look-at-me shades bring a whole new feel to these kitchen designs. We love the idea of combining two different coloured cabinets – be it one shade for your floor units and one for your wall units, or choosing a different coloured island – for a fun and contemporary look.
So if you’re gearing up for a kitchen renovation, head to benchmarxkitchens.co.uk where you can order a brochure, use Benchmarx’s kitchen visualizer tool, or book a free design consultation.