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Kitchen design

The kitchen design is something that needs to be considered carefully as there is so much to incorporate into the room. Professional kitchen designers will be able to make the most from any size of kitchen, fitting in all your appliances and necessary sockets.

As the hub of your home it’s important to have something that you’re happy with and will make a big impression when you’re entertaining guests.

By ensuring time and effort is spent on the kitchen and its design, you’ll be able to add value to your home. With the range available for products such as the worktops and flooring, you’ll be able to find something that’s both attractive and has all the necessary qualities.

Kitchen worktop ideas

Your kitchen’s design will inevitably revolve around the worktop. The cabinets and the flooring especially will be based on which material and colour you opt for, so it’s worth spending time to consider your options.

  • Natural stone worktops

Marble and granite are two examples of natural stone worktops and their main quality is strength and durability. They can resist impacts whilst being hardwearing and water resistant. Combined, these properties make natural worktops an obvious choice for the kitchen and many designers will recommend this material.

  • Laminate worktops

If you’re on a tight budget but still want to create a great look in your kitchen for little cost, laminate worktops could be your answer. They’re made specially to replicate other materials, such as wooden or stone worktops. Laminate worktops will last for years but don’t have the same hardwearing properties of stone and can easily be scratched. This makes chopping boards a necessity.

  • Wooden worktops

If it’s the aesthetic appeal you’re after, nothing beats wood as a worktop material. Wooden worktops are great for traditional looks and have some fantastic qualities for the kitchen including durability and water resistance. One problem is that they will scratch easily, but this is countered by cutting boards.

Kitchen design quotes

Designing your kitchen can seem a nightmare with so much to consider. This is why using a professional to design and then install your perfect kitchen is the best route to take.

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Local Kitchen installer Projects

1 Project: Fitting of overhead kitchen cabinets. 1x 300mm wall unit, 2x 600mm wall unit, 1x 800mm low height unit over sink, 1x 630mm corner unit, plus removal and reinstallation of 1x 400mm wall unit, plus 3x f...
2 Project: New kitchen sink and unit. New cupboards fitted along wall, new k8tchen doors on existing units
3 Project: Home Owner Supplied and Fitted Call to Appoint
4 Project: Homeowner Please contact to appoint
5 Project: Thanks for that. How many units do you need fitted? 5+ Ok, so what product are we talking about? Fitting of Units x
6 Project: The customer required: Kitchen Design, Supply & Install Additional notes: looking for kitchen and fitted wardrobes Homeowner Please contact to appoint
7 Project: Install of 14 Kitchen units and plumbing and electrical works carried
8 Project: Install free standing zanussi slimline dishwasher for the first time in 1st floor flat, near the sink and closer to sockets.
9 Project: sink replaced and bigger sink cut-out
10 Project: Replace worktop , doors and drawers . Kick boards. Sink and tap/s
11 Project: Install a new kitchen
12 Project: Thanks for that. How many units do you need fitted? 1-2 Ok, so what product are we talking about? Fitting of Units To fit an integrated dishwasher, because of water lines running to the sink underneat...
13 Project: Customer made an online enquiry for Kitchen Fitting via one of our websites. Confirmed via email/. Please call to arrange an appointment to quote.
14 Project: Additional wall cupboards & worktop. Are you the property owner: Owner of the property What level of service do you require: Install Only Do you have all of the required materials for your kitchen alr...
15 Project: What level of service are you looking for? Install Only Ok, so what product are we talking about? Complete Kitchen Stud wall removal, old kitchen removal and new kitchen installation, tiling, flooring...
16 Project: What level of service are you looking for? Install Only Ok, so what product are we talking about? Complete Kitchen
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18 Project: Replace our kitchen and bathroom
19 Project: Carpenter/Handyman A collection of jobs to be done in a Victorian house re furb. Kingston central area 1. Fit panels to ceiling and kitchen – finish work already started. 2. Fit kitchen – supp...
20 Project: Thanks for that. How many units do you need fitted? 1-2 Ok, so what product are we talking about? Fitting of Units Thanks for that. How many units do you need fitted? 1-2 Ok, so what product are we ...

Reviews of kitchen installer companies

By Mrs Hannah B.
sline home design
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Came to view job but have had no further contact from them and no quote
By Mr Steve D.
DC installation
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Damian, very quickly provided a quote, having understood our needs. He arrived when he said he would, worked quickly and did a superb job installing our new kitchen. He was a pleasure to work with and I have no hesitation in recommending him to others.
By Mrs Julia W.
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We accepted the quotation but for various reasons, the job took longer than was discussed
By Mr Peter W.
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Fitted Kitchens Direct
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Kitchen installation activity in October 2019

Kitchen installation Projects in the UK in October 2019

September 2019 August / September
South East 365 -3% <img src=
Greater London 240 -17% <img src=
North West 200 18% <img src=
South West 191 72% <img src=
Scotland 125 -9% <img src=
East Midlands 121 49% <img src=
Western Midlands 101 -17% <img src=
Yorkshire & Humber 100 0% <img src=
East Of England 90 -31% <img src=
Wales 89 78% <img src=
Northern Ireland 41 0% <img src=
North East 30 50% <img src=
United Kingdom 1,693 4%

Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.

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