It is now really telling to me how much of a difference it makes when a kitchen design company puts a lot of capital into their resources. This is of course in comparison to those other companies who think they’ll make bigger profit margins because they’re taking the easy way out and not spending on important resources.
A month ago when I went to consult the specialists at The Kitchen Design Centre it became apparent to me that they’ve spent big to make big. I stepped into their pristine showroom to start the consultation about my new kitchen and a group of kitchen designers consulted me as to which design I was after. Each designer seemed to specialise in their own type of area so only one was associated to me once I made my choice clear. We sat down in one of the offices and the designer brought out his fancy Macbook that had this unbelievable looking design program open. It looked like something out of the future it was that impressive. Colours, lines, 3D shapes, you name it!
That was me just seeing the program on face value. It was even better when we used it. Never have I seen such complex and advanced technology used with such ease. I can’t exactly remember what the graphic design program was called but I am going to recommend it to my sister who is a graphic designer because I know that she was looking for software that could do something similar to what this program did.
To cut a long story short, the kitchen that was to be standing in my house in three months time was there on the computer screen looking as if someone had taken a photo of a real life kitchen. The program was so realistic and showed every single little detail you need to know. The dimensions, the colours, the overall size and most importantly – the design was prevalent.
While I had the trust in The Kitchen Design Centre to continue providing the best designer kitchens in the state like they always do, I was more impressed with the processes they go through to get them to a stage ready to build their kitchens. In the old days they used to sketch up drawings on big pieces of paper and it would the roughest of drafts that clients would somehow be confident in. Fast forward 20 years and now there are these programs which make the kitchen for you and give the client an even greater degree of confidence in what is being built.
I would like to give a big thank you and an even bigger recommendation to The Kitchen Design Centre for anyone that needs their kitchen redone or modified.