Our Process

Allow our experienced interior designers to guide you through the decision making process required when choosing your new kitchen.

phase 1

Step 1.

Schedule your consultation

  • Call our showroom and chat with one of our interior designers
  • Complete our on line form
  • Schedule your showroom consultation
phase 2

Step 2.

Visit our showroom

  • Meet your kitchen designer and embark on a showroom tour
  • Browse through the variety of styles & colours that catch your eye
  • Enjoy a tea or coffee & engage in a friendly conversation with your designer
phase 3

Step 3.

View your kitchen concept

  • Your designer will present & guide you through your new kitchen concept, outlining an estimated cost
  • The range of doors, materials, colours and internal accessories available will be explored, including worktops
  • Afterward, you will receive a comprehensive follow up quotation


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phase 5

Step 5.


  • A comprehensive site survey will be conducted by our installation team at your home followed by your final showroom meeting
  • We will finalise your preferred door styles, colours, finishes & internal components and select the best combination of handles, sink & tap with our guidance.
  • Voila! Your new kitchen is about to be created
phase 6

Step 6.


  • Having received your amended design & quotation you will receive request your 40% payment. Once payment is received, we will confirm your full order
  • Your new kitchen is currently underway which can take up to 8 weeks
  • We will be in touch to co ordinate and confirm the definitive date for fitting
phase 7

Step 7.


  • Our fitting team will arrive at a pre-arranged time
  • Installation can take from 2-3 days depending on the size of your room
  • A fitting completion list will be completed by out fitters

Step 7

Post Installation

  • The electrician/plumber will wire your appliances/sink
  • We will be in touch with you to let you know of any outstanding issues
  • Our stone provider Jonathan from Ideal stone will make contact to discuss your worktops
phase 8

Phase 8.


  • In a perfect world there would be no mistakes, nothing would go wrong. Due to the number of components, moving parts & accessories involved there tends to be snags. We will always endeavour to sort these issues as soon as is possible