Does Your Kitchen Designer Pass The Test?
Choosing the right kitchen company is one thing, but what happens if you’re stuck with a designer who is less of a ‘specialist’ and more of a ‘jack-of-all-trades’? You may well end up with a kitchen that looks okay but is functionally very poor. For instance it may not utilize the space to its fullest potential, nor adequately balance the preparation and cooking zones. You may not be recommended the most appropriate surfaces for your lifestyle and needs, and before you know it, you could have a serious dose of buyer’s remorse. So it’s critical you find a specialist kitchen designer.
A kitchen is such an important room and people need to know what to look for when making decisions. And that’s where a specialist designer, like one from Kitcheners®, will help. Every designer is a KBDi (Kitchen and Bathroom Designers Institute of Australia) member, qualified to custom-design you a kitchen that precisely suits your lifestyle. Furthermore, company founder, Michael Kitchener, holds positions on industry committees including KBDi and HIA’s Kitchen and Bathrooms committee. Thus, he consequently demands the highest standards from his design team. For instance, they must keep abreast of the latest hardware and technologies, and every designer will always help you choose suitable surfaces and appropriate materials that stand the test of time.
A specialist designer will examine any physical or lifestyle restrictions you face and ensure the design accommodates your specific needs. One example would be to limit overhead cupboards for those in wheelchairs.
A specialist designer will also be aware of the latest global trends to that they can ensure your final kitchen has impeccable style and aesthetic charm to make cooking and entertaining equally delightful.