Vision meeting execution is really all about the potential marriage of your ideas with our ideas and expertise.
How you want your kitchen to look is of course a very personal choice. If you want to get your ideas across, it really helps to collect images, maybe magazine cut outs to create a mood board or kitchen file with all the things you’d like to include in your design.
At this stage, this is your wish-list so it is always best to just throw in everything but do give it some order, as your budget will require you to make some critical choices the more the process develops. Be imaginative, but also try to be realistic. Even something as simple as a pretty plate, tile, piece of furniture or scrap of fabric can be a great starting point for choosing a theme or colours.
In this creative stage don’t worry too much about cost, just focus on things that inspire you, and soon you’ll be able to identify styles you are drawn to. Finally, talk to family and friends who have been through the kitchen buying process to get as much advice and inspiration as you can.
In order to o get the absolute maximum from your space, input from professional kitchen designers can prove invaluable. Our experience and expertise will offer you plenty of simple ideas – as well as innovative ones – that you might not have even considered.
The distinction that comes from working with professional kitchen designers like ourselves is that we have up-to-the-minute knowledge of products, fixtures and
fittings, and can source everything on your behalf. Ultimately it is our responsibility to ensure your new kitchen works as efficiently as possible.
Once one of our expert designers has assessed your space, we can provide a quote for the design and installation of your kitchen. Once your initial design has been completed, we make sure you have a full quotation for everything through to installation and will oversee your project from start to finish.
We look forward to being able to assist you!
Have a great weekend
Clinton and Fiona