Balau grey kitchen

Imagine a kitchen designed especially for you… A space reflecting your personality and lifestyle. A colour scheme stirring your imagination and awakening your senses. A place to share with the people you love…

A fully bespoke kitchen is more affordable than you might think with kitchens starting from just £8,000 at Balau Kitchens.

WHO ARE THEY?

Balau Kitchens is a well respected company run by a wife-husband-brother team who complement each other in every way. They have wealth of experience in kitchen design, planning and installation and specialise in bespoke kitchen, bedroom and study furniture. They are perfectionists and naturals offering sound advice and practical, yet beautiful space planning solutions.

WHAT MAKES THEM UNIQUE?

Balau Kitchens have been designing and installing high quality kitchens for 18 years and they have never done the same kitchen twice. They can create any cabinet in any style, colour, texture or finish – whatever your heart desires. Whether you are looking for a modern, minimalist or traditional kitchen, their versatile design style will satisfy the most demanding tastes and styles. Their most popular lacquered cabinets are available in over 400 colours offering you unrivalled flexibility to create the kitchen you always dreamed of or customise your kitchen to your existing interior or piece of furniture.

WHY CHOOSE BALAU KITCHENS?

Practicality is at the core of the design process of Balau Kitchens’ team. They combine kitchen design with the reality of space available in British homes and aim to create the best possible solution, where design and function blend in harmony. Each kitchen created by Balau Kitchens is as unique and individual as you are. The vision is yours, but made real by them with passion and expertise – streamlined and polished to make your dream come true at an affordable price…

Balau Kitchens
Showroom: 62-64 Lower Clapton Road, London E5 0RN
020 8985 3660
balaukitchens.co.uk

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