A friend from London recommended Kitchen Warehouse – he’d looked all over the country and made the decision to work with the team in Ripon to meet his specific needs.
From the minute we walked into the Ripon showroom to final completion, we worked with James on the project. During our first visit we worked up an outline plan, and over the coming weeks we worked back and forth to refine it. Our design had very specific needs and requirements, which called for patience, lateral thinking, bespoke construction and some clever design solutions. James took all of these in his stride, acting as both designer and project manager to get the job started.
Even though Kitchen Warehouse’s primary business is kitchen manufacture and supply, their relationship with local tradespeople allowed easy, cost-effective access to a readily available team of skilled, friendly and committed professionals. The way they all worked together to help each other out was fantastic to see. In particular, Rob the kitchen fitter was meticulous and patient, and Anthony the sparky was super-friendly and open to every specific requirement we had.
When we ran into some installation challenges Kitchen Warehouse came into their own. The stone worktops we’d specified were new on the market and we wanted some particular design features, including waterfall drops. When the supplier struggled, James stepped up his engagement to achieve the resolution we needed.
The final result was more than worth waiting for. Everyone who’s seen the kitchen has been impressed by its style and quality. Overall, it probably looks about twice the amount it cost us.
Kitchen Warehouse were great value for money, committed, responsible and great to work with. We’ve already recommended them widely and wouldn’t hesitate to go back to them again.