25 Mar Showroom & design consultation updates
We’ve had to make the difficult decision to close our showroom to help ensure the health and safety of our customers and staff. We are monitoring the situation and advice continuously, and our thoughts go out to all those currently affected and yet to be affected by COVID-19. The good news is that you can still book a free design consultation with us.
Remote kitchen design consultation
If you’re planning some home renovations and/or a new kitchen, now is a great time to start getting your ideas together. The lead time on a bespoke kitchen can take around 12 weeks from planning to installation so if you start your research and design process now, you’ll be in a great position to get your project underway as soon as everything reopens.
To kick off your ideas, answer questions and guide you on bespoke kitchen design, simply schedule a video call with us. We can even talk you through how to measure your kitchen up for a formal quote so we can plan and price up your kitchen design whilst working remotely with you!
Drop us an email at email@example.com to schedule.
Impact of coronavirus on your project
Our suppliers are all shutting down in line with current government policy so lead times for appliances and furniture will be impacted in the short term. We will keep customers up to date and informed at every stage if you have or are placing an order. Call or email us if you have any questions on this.
If we may…
Keep shopping online with your local and independent businesses where you can, and take up the offers of online consultations and interaction. Staying in routines, supporting each other through this and making plans for the future helps us all feel more positive. And will ensure there is a high street of diverse and brilliant shops to come back to when we’re on the other side.
We still believe our little corner of the internet can be a place to inspire you about your home. So our social media channels will continue to share advice, beautiful kitchens and spark your ideas. If that sounds like a welcome reprieve from the doom and gloom, follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.