Embarking on any new kitchen project can be a daunting experience however finding the right bespoke kitchen designer should make the process straight forward and enjoyable.
At the beginning of the process it is a good idea to visit a number of different companies so that you can compare the products, what materials are used and how the cabinetry is made. A bespoke kitchen designer should be able to clearly explain every aspect of how the kitchen is made and guide you through every step of the process. It always helps to work with a bespoke kitchen designer who you feel you have a good rapport with and who you feel fully understands your requirements. If possible, you want the bespoke kitchen designer to remain your main contact and project manage every aspect of the process and see the project through to completion.
As well as coming up with a beautiful kitchen layout, your bespoke kitchen designer should tailor the space to your needs so that it not only looks amazing but is well laid out and easy for you to use day to day. You should have the opportunity to make lots of choices so that you can put your personal mark on the kitchen and make it truly bespoke. This could be through handle choices, cabinetry colour or choice of splashback.
As well as helping you with the kitchen design, your designer should be able to help you source appliances, worktops and splashbacks and project manage their installation.
Once you have designed your new kitchen, it’s important for your bespoke kitchen designer to keep in touch and update you throughout the process making sure that the whole process goes smoothly and that you get the kitchen you have been dreaming of.
To discuss your new kitchen project with an experienced bespoke kitchen designer, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. www.mapleandgray.co.uk