I think the most common is that kitchen design is done by the designer alone. However, it is very much a journey between the client and the designer. They work together to create a unique and personal space based on the needs of the family. The designer guides the client through the many decisions on materials, ergonomics, storage solutions and appliances, while the clients give the all-important information on how they will use the kitchen both for their day to day cooking and for entertaining.
A design that perfectly matches the functionality and usage needs of the client.
When remodeling, renovators should definitely know the product they are planning to use. I can’t say strongly enough that people need to touch and feel the kitchen they will ultimately buy for their home.
Because so many homes today are based on an open living plan, people want to have a much cleaner look for their kitchens. This can mean that certain areas and appliances may be hidden or integrated.
The Bulthaup product range offers not only superb bespoke solutions but are also the very highest level of quality production and design. That gives these kitchens both timeless quality and long lives (typically, Bulthaup kitchens have a lifespan of 20 years), making them great investments.