If you are looking at replacing your kitchen without the involvement of building work, we would be happy to offer a FREE home survey appointment, where we can take all the vital dimensions etc. Discuss your ideas and share ours.
We have access to one of Europe's largest kitchen showrooms, we'll arrange an appointment to meet you there, show you around, and discuss your needs and requirements. It's an incredible showroom full of various layouts and styles.
You have architects plans, or your own dimensions? Great. Then the best place to start is at our custom design studio. Here we can talk through your project, find out as much as we can about your lifestyle, and even start looking at some provisional design ideas.
At the initial survey or appointment, we will be looking to find out as much as possible in regards to your design thoughts, what style of kitchen you are looking for, How your lifestyle should dictate the features of the design and any particular colours or surfaces that you'd like, as well as specific appliance requirements if possible.
Our product range is so diverse that there is very little we can't achieve. From traditional designs to contemporary, we are equally at home advising on the nature and benefits of all styles.
Once we have all the information we need, it's time to start planning.
We use market leading CAD technology to design all of our kitchens. All kitchens are designed by Stefan, who has over 20 years experience in the kitchen industry and has a passion for great design and practicality.
You're provisional design will completed with 10 working days of your initial appointment and we will either send these directly to you by email, or make an appointment for you to visit the showroom to talk through them. Whatever is best for you.
From this point, we can then start discussing any changes you would like to make to the plans. This is completely normal, and is all part of making your kitchen unique to your tastes and lifestyle.
Like any project, you will have a budget in mind.
To fully understand your needs and requirements we will need to know roughly what this is from day one.
Without this information, it's virtually impossible to create a space that is going to tick all the right boxes for you, it helps us guide you through the whole process from start to finish without breaking the bank.
Once your design is finalised, it is at this point we produce a full breakdown of your kitchen quote, including an installation estimate if required.
It's then entirely up to you whether or not you decide to proceed. We will obviously be in touch regularly during the design and quotation process.
So you've made the right decision and decided to have you're brand new kitchen installed by us.
We sub contract all of our installations to local, professional tradespeople that we know and trust, with years of experience in the industry.
Our "Fair Pricing Policy" means that we don't put any mark up on the installation cost of your kitchen. Not a penny! The agreed cost for the installation of your kitchen is paid directly from client to installer on completion. We'll be on site to take delivery of your kitchen, and from day one we'll personally mange the installation to the very end.
We are happy to quote for additional work that is required, such as plumbing, electrics and plastering as part of the overall installation.
You don't buy kitchens everyday, so it's not likely you're an expert on how kitchen quotations are put together, and what's included.
Hopefully this will help...
A very large kitchen space with over 20 cabinets, a feature island, premium brand appliances and stone surfaces will start at around £30,000 with installation. Often these size kitchens will have separate utility areas which also need to be furnished.
Banks of units, with Island centre pieces are a great way of designing a stunning and practical kitchen space, without breaking the bank. A design like the one shown here is going to begin in the region of £20,000 with installation, depending on appliance brands and which solid surface you choose. Additional luxuries such as hot water taps, wine chillers and coffee machines would feel at home in this modern layout. Again utility rooms are often nearby, and should be considered.
Bang on trend. 10-12 cabinets, but effortlessly uncluttered. The loft / minimal style not only provides clean lines and simplicity, but by opting to use open shelves, and clever storage solutions can also save on wall and floor space. Laminate or composite surfaces are an excellent and durable option to stone surfaces. Allow upwards of £10,000 for something along these lines.