Firstly, come and see us in our design studio bringing as much information as you have at your disposal. Measurements, architects drawings, photographs…all are useful to establish a feel for the space you’d like us to work with.
Bring also your wish list for the kitchen, for example a boiling water tap, or perhaps a sous-vide oven but remember, this is just a starting point and no hard and fast decisions need be made at this stage.
We visit the homes of all our clients in the early stages of the design process, so living at the opposite end of the country is no barrier to having this initial meeting. We’ll simply hold it at your place, instead.
Once our design team have met you, discussed your aspirations and visited the space we will produce an initial 3d digital model and suggest a budget for us to work within.
The 3d model will allow you to move around the kitchen, gaining a pretty realistic feel for how the layout will work. Design presentations normally take place at our design studios, but we can visit you at your property if that is your preference.
If you wish to go ahead and commission your kitchen, you will be asked to settle a fee for the design work to date, after which drawings can be released and site visits duly arranged.
The design fee is not a deposit but will be credited to your account upon the placing of your order. It is non-refundable should you choose not to proceed any further.