What does a kitchen designer do?
When your kitchen designer has plotted the services and the most ergo-dynamic places to site main items such as sink, cooker, fridge etc., then kitchen designer sets to work to craft the look, feel and character that you want to achieve in your kitchen.
The kitchen design stage involves materials - surface finishes and colours; sinks and white goods; waste disposal; accessories - handles, worktops, taps; furniture and storage and lighting.
Why Use a Kitchen Designer?
Without good kitchen planning, kitchen design has no firm basis. Kitchen planning underpins any kitchen because it's all about the logistics – where the plumbing and electrics should go, and how you use your kitchen so that your new one is efficient as possible.
Our kitchen planners have learnt their skills the best way – on the job! By fitting enough kitchens to ensure they can look ahead to likely problems, they offer the best service.
That's why our kitchen planners are the essential first step in the process of our delivering your dream kitchen to you. We use kitchen design software to help visualise and plan your kitchen along with great ideas on what works well within spaces.
At Taunton Kitchen Company we visit to measure dimensions and learn your vision for your kitchen, and then we plan, design and source the best products to suit you. We use CAD (computer aided design) to show you the suggested new layout, and when you are happy, we install your kitchen swiftly, neatly and expertly.
We also offer the full design package for clients on a supply-only basis, or we will work with your chosen builders to make sure that your kitchen is fitted perfectly.