For 12 years now we have designed and installed many pretty fabulous kitchens and we believe our process makes things simple and our client’s experience especially pleasant. After all, a new kitchen is a considerable investment, they only need replacing around every two decades so with this in mind at Twenty 5 Design, we aim to make your kitchen as individual as possible. From the initial brief to the final results, we’ll fulfil your idea of greatness so read on this week in our blog post; 5 steps to create your perfect kitchen.

1. Discuss Your Kitchen Design Brief

First and foremost we start with a brief from our clients in our Wakefield showroom. At this point, we can talk about your goals and what you’re looking for in your new kitchen. By visiting our showroom it’s also a good opportunity to view the quality of our show kitchens and here we can build up a picture of your ideal, discuss appliances and your budget. It’s also key we talk about your habits from how you cook to socialise and eat. Surprisingly, this will play a big part in the overall scheme of your kitchen.

2. Pore Over A Colour and Texture Mood Board

This time with our clients usually spans around 2 hours or so. This also includes making a mood board to showcase ideas from images to texture and colour. Mood boards are actually the perfect way to translate how a new interior will be. You’ll also see swatches and samples of door styles and handles to get a good understanding of the general look.

3. Enjoy a Realistic 3D Visual

Once we are satisfied that we have a good understanding of you and your dream kitchen, we will visit your home to take accurate sizes or you’re more than welcome to send them to us. Visuals are firstly designed on paper and then created in our specialist software, Articad. The result is a highly realistic vision of how your new kitchen will be. If you were to also send us a photo that has been taken out of your kitchen window, this can also be used within your visual for an even more lifelike feel. When your visual is ready we’ll give you a call to return to our kitchen showroom. We’ll then present your design on our widescreen so you can enjoy your big reveal.

4. Finalise A Kitchen Design To Meet Your Budget

Following this presentation, we’ll then discuss costs and refine the spec of your kitchen if needed. You’ll also have the chance to upgrade appliances and make any changes until you are completely happy. When the kitchen design has been approved and it meets your needs and budget, work can commence 4 to 6 weeks from this agreement date.

5. Kitchen Design and Installation with Twenty 5 Design

Once an installation date is agreed our fitters will arrive fully equipped for the job. We only use installers that are very experienced and trusted by us and our previous clients. Having a new kitchen fitted can also be disruptive but we try to minimise fuss where we can. This is an essential part of our kitchen experience - you will hardly know we’re there.

Thank you for reading this week’s post that explores our new kitchen process. Of course, each stage can vary slightly and would depend on your circumstances. We do, however, pride ourselves on the design and installation of kitchens and our skilful team are ready to get creative with your space. To arrange your showroom consultation please click on this link to reserve your place. Then simply bring your ideas, your needs and desires and allow us to do the rest! Thank you for reading.

From the client brief to the final visual here is how kitchen design can evolve.