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A properly considered kitchen will ensure every available space has a purpose

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Ask any kitchen designer and they will tell you the key to a successful kitchen renovation is doing your homework. Taking the time to seek expert advice and to research the various aspects of kitchen design will really pay off when it comes to using the finished product.

A correctly designed and installed kitchen will become a home's focal point, increasing the home's overall value and saleability, says Kitchen Studio business development manager Anthony Griffin.

"Kitchen renovations can require a significant investment of both time and money. That's why it's best to use a full-service kitchen supplier, one who can manage your entire project from design right through to installation."

Kitchen Studio is New Zealand's largest kitchen design specialist. They offer a total service solution that incorporates full co-ordination of your kitchen project with a comprehensive guarantees package, says Griffin.

"Designing your ideal kitchen is a collaborative process. At Kitchen Studio, a professional designer works with you to transform your vision into a functional reality."


The first step in the Kitchen Studio design process is identifying both your current and future kitchen requirements. Your kitchen should reflect your needs and sense of style.

Griffin says having a designer perform an in-home consultation, to take measurements and get a feel for your home's existing decor, is a major advantage in trying to achieve these objectives.

In any home, space will be at a premium, so you want your new kitchen to maximise the potential of the existing floor plan.

"No matter what your budget, you will want to avoid unnecessary wastage. Kitchen Studio offers value for money without compromising on quality materials and accessories."

For further details and to contact your nearest Kitchen Studio showroom freephone 0800 177 177. .

First published date: 03 August 2007

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