Open plan kitchen with wooden floors, dining table and white kitchen units.

The kitchen design process has evolved dramatically over the years as majority of customers are no longer just updating their existing kitchens, but considering how their property works for them as a whole. We therefore offer solutions to awkward spaces and are able to offer guidance with any building work. 

In this case study, our customers had an awkward and disjointed number of rooms that just didn’t lend themselves to a modern family living. We put together a proposal which included removal of internal walls and structures, relocating of doors and windows and moving radiators and a boiler.

Our builder organised all calculations needed from a structural engineer and all aspects of the building work. This is a showcase of a good team work and communication between the building contractor, kitchen designers and fitters. 

Designing The Kitchen

Together with an input from our customers, we designed a large, completely open kitchen, with plenty of space for the whole family. Our customers were presented with 3D design images of the proposed room.

Once the design had been finalised, the plans were passed over to the building contractors. This helped them to prepare the room for our kitchen fitters.  

The whole process, from the first site visit by our designer to the completion of the fitting took 6 months. 

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