Why Visit a Showroom

Buying a new kitchen is a tactile experience, it requires you to see, touch and operate the various components that make up a kitchen. This way, you can be 100% sure that you’re making that all important decision with more confidence and less doubt. Here are our reasons why a showroom visit is essential.


You may already have your dream kitchen in the forefront of your mind; however, a visit to a showroom can help you decide on the best style, size and model for you. In a showroom, you will see designs that you may not have thought of before, or you may come across a range that you thought wouldn’t suit your space but in viewing it in person, you realise that it will work perfectly. In a showroom you will see, touch and feel a variety of finishes and see different types of storage solutions and features at work.


You wouldn’t buy a car or a house without seeing it first, so why should it be any different for your kitchen? Looks can be deceiving so what may look good online may, in reality, look very different. By seeing a kitchen range that you like in person, you can have a much better indication of how it will look in your space, if you need to alter the design and if the insides of the cabinets have sufficient storage s pace or if the shelves are too shallow. You can also see and experience the different ranges of hardware (drawer runners and door hinges) that

would suit your budget and how they would work in your intended design. When visiting a showroom, you can get a feel for what will work and what won’t in your home so that you can make a better decision before it’s too late, and avoid any costly mistakes and delays.


Like anything, you want to make sure you receive the quality for the price you’re paying and

get the most value for your money. When visiting a showroom, not only can you see the quality of the kitchen ranges but you can also feel the quality too. You can run your hands along the worktops and cabinets, open the doors and drawers to assess

functionality and even see them in a variety of different finishes. As well as being able to feel the sturdiness, you can also appreciate the finer details that you wouldn’t necessarily notice online.


When renovating or installing a completely new kitchen, we all look for ways to save money as the process can be a costly one. Having a design consultant assist you with your choices is very likely to save you money and all without compromising on quality! When buying a kitchen, a visit to a showroom can give you an idea of how much each different style would cost to implement in your home; this can help when planning your budget and you’re more likely to find promotions in store as opposed to online.


By visiting a showroom, you are assuring yourself that the company is legit. That they have premises and that people other than you know who they are and how to contact them. When a company has a showroom, they have invested in their business. It also makes it harder for them to up and leave without a trace.