Our Process

At Cherrywood the kitchen is a place where form and function meets beautiful design, where sustainable materials are transformed by hand into lovingly crafted spaces and where skilled experts devote themselves to bringing bespoke visions to life.

We know the kitchen is the heart of the home and we pride ourselves on delivering exactly what is needed to make your kitchen a place to be proud of.

Our process

  1. Visit the showroom

    Come take a look in our showroom to talk through ideas and to get a feel for how your truly bespoke kitchen could look. For this meeting, we ask you to bring either your architects’ drawings or existing floor plans, with measurements and photos of the space if nothing structurally is changing. We will cover options, including cabinet styles, worktops, colours, cabinet furniture, sinks, taps and appliances. More importantly, this is a great time for you to tell us your specific wants and requirements to make sure they go into your dream kitchen. From this meeting, we will produce a bespoke one-off design, tailored only to you.

  2. Home visit

    Whilst the showroom visit is the more common approach as we find it the most beneficial for you, we can also arrange to carry out a home visit to get measurements and to get a real feel for the space involved. This option is only normally used if nothing structural is being changed.

  3. Presenting your new kitchen design

    Booking back into the showroom for the design presentation really helps to immerse yourself in the bespoke kitchen experience. Our discussions from our first meeting really come together here. We will present your new design which will have captured your ideas and transformed them into a space that will keep on giving for years to come.

  4. Creating your new kitchen

    If you decide Cherrywood is the company to create your new handmade kitchen, we then move onto the manufacturing of the cabinetry in our purpose-built workshop. This is where our knowledge of making and the use of beautiful sustainable materials comes into play. Visits to the workshop often happen during the making process to show you where your kitchen is created. It gives a real insight into the true craftsmanship that goes into each and every kitchen.

  5. Installation

    The installation of a new kitchen is carried out by our in house fitting team. They truly understand that at this stage your new kitchen is about to become a reality. They pride themselves in making sure the quality in the making process always carries through to the completion of the project. Their general rule is ‘if I am not happy with it the client will not be either’.

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