Nick, the designer was thrilled with how much trust Lynne and Bruce placed in him and the team; “They were very open minded, when I suggested that they could rearrange the layout of the kitchen, blocking up an unused window and section of the garage, which would really open up the kitchen area and maximise the usable space, they were both excited and enthusiastic. It’s so nice to have customers’ trust in your creative ideas and allow you a blank canvas to surpass their expectations.”
With the design agreed and the building plans in place, work could begin. Despite the size of the project and the fact that they had no working kitchen, Lynne was reassured by the quality of the work and with the care of the fitters, (who worked 7 days a week for the duration of the build) and the business owner visiting the site every other day to explain the progress of the fitters and which stage was coming next. She and Bruce never felt out of the loop; reassured that the project was coming together with far less work or stress for them that they originally thought.
As their new kitchen was taking shape, the installation team ensured that as each section of the build was completed, those extra touches which guarantee a perfect finish were supplied. For example; being able to pick the colour of the plug socket accessories to match their kitchen colour scheme was something Bruce wasn’t aware of.
When the team from Tilestyle arrived to fit the new floor tiles, Lynne was so delighted with the style, colour and fit that she promptly ordered the same tiles for the rest of the hall way and dining room, enhancing the fluidity of the design. With the construction section of the installation process completed (taking out the partition wall between the old kitchen and dining room, extending the side of the kitchen to create a brand-new utility room with stunning wine cooler), the modern beauty of their German-made kitchen was taking shape quickly.