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Get started

Doesn't matter where you live you can get started with with our online services remotely. Purchase the service that most suits  you for the selection of fees and packagings available.

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Filing the questionnaire

When filling in our consultation questionnaire will be gathering from you all the necessary information for the design development.

 The questionnaire help us to understand your needs, budget and preferences, including any specific requests.

 

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Measuring

On your piece of paper sketch the shape of your kitchen taking into consideration all the ‘ins and outs’, this is just a survey so the lengths of line don’t have to be totally accurate but it does have to be topographically correct ie all the ‘ins and outs’ have to be correct. Don’t forget to mark on the doors and windows along with the architraves around them (these often get overlooked).

Measure each section of wall in millimeters and write it on the corresponding piece of wall on the your sketch plan, making sure that you mark the drawing in some way so that you know where the measurement starts and ends.

Sketch any elevations  drawing in windows, window sills, doors and the architraves around them.

 

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Photographing

 

On your piece of paper sketch the shape of your kitchen taking into consideration all the ‘ins and outs’, this is just a survey so the lengths of line don’t have to be totally accurate but it does have to be topographically correct ie all the ‘ins and outs’ have to be correct.

 

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Design stage

On your piece of paper sketch the shape of your kitchen taking into consideration all the ‘ins and outs’, this is just a survey so the lengths of line don’t have to be totally accurate but it does have to be topographically correct ie all the ‘ins and outs’ have to be correct.

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ncept board that will allow you to see all the components in the room come together. It contains paint colours, furniture suggestions, art work, lighting, draperies, flooring and decorative accessories.  

- LAYOUT PLAN:

is a drawn to scale plan

with detailed indication of the placement of furniture which references directly to the concept board.

- SHOPPING LIST

: detailed and organised sourcing list of products that will guide you through the mood board with clickable links to products online. 

It includes a thorough breakdown of items tailored to your budget.

- RECOMMENDATIONS:

Ideas of making each room personal, tips and instructions

 

 

 

 

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