When you want to design a kitchen, it’s far better to use a kitchen company, with a designer, trained in CAD design (computer aided design) software. A good kitchen designer will help you by showing you the best place for each piece of furniture. It will also help you to maximise the space in a small kitchen.
There are clever storage solutions available to utilise smaller kitchens as well as enhance lager. Blum, Hettich, Peka and Kessebohmer are the market leaders in pull-out mechanisms for base and larger, larder units. Peka also has a pull-down systems for wall units. Its the additions and detail that make a kitchen totally unique.
People often just nod their head when we say “We will email you a C.A.D”. C.A.D stands for “computer-aided design”. A computer aided design gives clients of Glenlith Interiors, a clear understanding what our designers have planned in the new proposed fitted kitchen layout. The door type, colour and handle, appliances to be installed (inc integrated), wall colour, floor coverings, we can even add lighting, pictures, pots and pans. Our kitchen and bedroom designers have been trained to the highest standard by Articad with the latest version 20. When you choose a kitchen from Glasgow based Glenlith Interiors, we will plan, manufacture and install your new fitted kitchen (or bedroom) in the quickest possible time. This is achieved by quality kitchen floor planning using CAD software.
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