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Clean lines and lit display areas accentuate the gallery-like effect of this Fineline kitchen

Heart of the home

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As we all know, the kitchen plays a central role in a smoothly functioning household. However, great kitchens don't just happen.

A successful kitchen design is usually the result of a number of factors coming together: an experienced designer, attention to client needs and quality craftsmanship.

To ensure complete client satisfaction, kitchen company Fineline by TM Creations follows rules of thumb developed during a 30-year history of designing and manufacturing kitchens, says Adaleen Griffith, the company's managing director.

"We offer customers the benefits of our experience, but most importantly, we listen to their needs. One designer is specified as a point of contact, so right through to installation, there's no confusion, hidden costs or buck passing," she says.

Within three days of an initial appointment, concept drawings are available. After the design is finalised, each kitchen is then custom made. The kitchens are manufactured on site, so designers have close contact with the production team.

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"Leading design trends, a small team of dedicated craftsmen and the finest products available are used to create every one of our kitchens," says Griffith. "We give a 10-year warranty on our cabinetry, and a lifetime warranty on hardware. To ensure a perfect fit, integrated appliances are fitted in the workshop before installation."

After manufacture and before delivery, the complete kitchen is viewed in situ at the workshop. This allows most of the fine tuning to be done prior to the final installation.

To ensure your new kitchen is in perfect working order, Fineline also provides a three month follow-up service.

For further details, contact Fineline by TM Creations, phone (09) 636 8123. Email: info@tmcreations.co.nz, or visit:www.fineline.co.nz.

First published date: 20 July 2006

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