During your initial consultation we will discuss the key requirements for your new kitchen, reviewing key materials such as the door fronts, worksurfaces, ironmongery and appliances to try to hone in on your desired aesthetic. We will scrutinise how you want use your kitchen space, whether it be incorporating a feature island / breakfast bar or introducing intelligent storage.
Following this design meeting, will will provide you with a guideline estimate for your new kitchen to help you to decide whether you would like to progress to the detailed design phase.
Following the initial design meeting and initial outline estimate being provided, we will progress to our detailed kitchen design phase for which we charge a fee of £500+VAT (this will be deducted from the cost of the kitchen should you decide to place an order).
We will start by producing a layout plan and 3D renders of the kitchen space. This is an incredibly useful design tool which allows us to bring the space to life and give you a very good idea as to what the finished product will look like.
Unlike most kitchen designers, we will draw upon our in house interior designers to also review wider finishing materials such as flooring, tiles, feature lighting, electrical layout and accessories to deliver the full service kitchen design package. Following your review of the plans / design presentation, we will make any necessary changes and continue to refine the design until we have created your perfect kitchen.
Following the approval of the final design we will provide a detailed estimate breaking down the cost of the kitchen units, mechanisms, worksurfaces, accessories and appliances. We can also provide estimates for additional finishing materials such as flooring, feature lighting and tiles.
We are able to offer specialist installation services through our network of experienced fitters. We only work with professional and reputable craftsmen in order to ensure that your kitchen is fitted to the highest of standards. Similarly, our specialist surface fabricators / installers benefit from many years of experience and will ensure your work surface is correctly installed and sealed. One of our lead designers will attend site on the morning of your installation to ensure that the fitters are properly briefed and answer any questions.