The Kitchen Design Process

Open Sign Icon1. Visit the Showroom

The initial process of having your dream kitchen realised is to pay a visit to our showroom, armed with your own ideas, plans, etc or in the hope of being inspired by our room settings. ...Read More

We pride ourselves on not being "pushy". We would really like you to enjoy the experience and we will always be available to answer your questions or to help in any way we can.

Home Icon2. Home Visit

Some people bring in plans but the majority ask us to arrange a home consultation. While there, Geoff will take measurements while Colleen discusses your requirements in finer detail. ...Read More During this meeting we also gain an insight into the pros and cons of your current kitchen layout.

It is our intention to ensure your design is as efficient as it is stunning.

Design Icon3. Design Presentation

Measurements taken from the home visit have now been converted to a scale room plan from which the team, aided by leading industry software, develop realistic computer generated views. ...Read More The design includes ideas gathered from everyone involved. (prepare to be 'WOW'ed by state of the art virtual reality software).

Customers are asked to make a mutually convenient appointment to revisit the showroom. At this presentation, we now have the opportunity to amend, tweak or to change anything in order to achieve your vision. Nothing is too much trouble, weekend and evening appointments are available if necessary.

Survey Icon4. Site Survey

Following receipt of a deposit, a survey will be arranged with the client. The purpose of this is to double check all measurements before we confirm manufacturing orders for the kitchen. ...Read More In some cases, a more thorough survey will be required in which case we will bring the relevant tradesmen along, this ensures everyone is on the same page before starting the job.

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Toolbox Icon5. Installation

The average installation will take about one week and will have several personnel attending. In addition to the joiner, there will be a plumber/gas fitter, electrician and possibly a builder/plasterer depending on the installation. ...Read More Mulberry will undertake as many or as few works as the client dictates. These can include minor building works, removal of interior walls, lowering of ceilings and skimming walls etc. If you are having building works, granite, flooring or tiling the installation time will increase accordingly.