Published at Wednesday, 16 May 2018. Kitchen. By Comforte Tremblay.
Often a new kitchen usually involves some plumbing and electrical work as well as the job of the kitchen fitter and this can leave the walls ceilings and floors in a mess. Sometimes an installation can be quite complicated too perhaps because the walls are old and crumbling or the room is an odd shape. This is where it pays to employ a kitchen fitter with a range of building and decorating skills such as plastering tiling and painting.
Creating a stunning kitchen is about much more than just cupboards and worktops though. It's all the little details which make the difference from sexy lighting to cutting edge taps and unusual switches and sockets. Even if the kitchen fitter is installing cheap units from a high street store a few unusual touches can make it look much more expensive. For example you could create dramatic features using items found at reclamation yards - perhaps a huge Belfast sink some 1960s light fittings or an old pine dresser.
When browsing the different company websites pay particular attention to the examples they offer showing actual kitchen designs they have completed recently. Any designer that does not offer photos of past work is one you may wish to avoid. Once you have one or two companies chosen give them a call so that a meeting can be arranged to discuss design plans and costs. You should expect each company to send a representative to you home so that they can see your kitchen area and discuss your ideaswishes and budget.
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