The kitchen is the heart of family life. It’s where meals are prepared, food is enjoyed – and a lot of socialising takes place!
If you’re thinking of a re-fitting your kitchen, it may be tempting to opt for a one-size-fits- all approach, at a cheaper rate.
However, it is often more beneficial to invest in a high-quality fitted kitchen. With the help of DM Design, a leading Glasgow kitchen supplier, we can tell you why:
Your vision can become a reality. With a bespoke fitted kitchen, you can get the exact kitchen you want, with the added guarantee that it will last a long time.
One size doesn’t fit all. A high-quality fitted kitchen is tailor-made for the layout of your kitchen. It is designed for the exact size and shape of your space, meaning you can get the perfect solution for your space – and the period of your home. Design is much more of a priority, as it can be fully-realised when the provider is starting from scratch.
You can take your time making a decision. Many high-quality kitchen providers allow you to view your options in an online catalogue or brochure, so you can browse at your leisure. You’ll be able to mull over the details, like texture, material and colour, to ensure you have the outcome you are searching for.
Installation can be quicker: Once you’ve decided on design, installation is then a very smooth process. The fitters installing the kitchen will be familiar with the project from a design level, and can work efficiently to get your kitchen fitted
Benefit from flexible payment plans: With your bespoke fitted kitchen, you will often benefit from flexible payment plans that allow you to pay for your kitchen at a later date or in instalments, whichever suits you.
If you do opt for a high-quality fitted kitchen, you will need to bear the following in mind:
· Think of the kitchen work triangle when making a decision. This is an assumption that most of the kitchen work takes place between cooking top, sink and refrigerator, so keep this inmind to make your kitchen efficient.
· Keep the kitchen in-keeping with the rest of the home. It needs to work with the colour, design and, most importantly, flow of the home.