The great thing about Cantabrians is our ability to turn a minus into a plus – be it earthquakes or pandemics, we know what to do; we roll up our sleeves and keep ourselves busy with home improvement projects.
Adrian Kay of Dream Doors Christchurch can attest to that, as the demand for kitchen and laundry renovations, replacements and new build kitchens is on the rise.
“As overseas travel is curtailed, people are reconnecting with their homes like they never have before; they want their home space to feel like it’s the best place to be,” says Adrian.
Dream Doors ensures the process of creating that transformation is as seamless as possible, from the first consultation to establish client requirements – be it a few cosmetic touches, a major overhaul or a completely new build – right through to the installation, which Adrian and his team strive to keep to the minimum amount of disruption to family life.
With a wide range of quality Aotearoa product choices in benchtops, doors and cabinetry, Dream Doors not only upholds the ethos of locally made, but connects us that much more closely to home as we face these interesting times ahead.
It’s no secret our collective attention has turned to the home this unforgettable year – so if change is on your mind, why not enquire about starting the new year with a new kitchen? Adrian Kay from Dream Doors Kitchens says renovating or refreshing the heart of the home has never been more popular.
“We’re busier than ever,” he says. “The window to get something done before Christmas has closed, so we’re now looking at how we can help people for the New Year.”
With international holidays off the cards, and many people hesitant to commit to domestic sojourns in case of a sudden Alert Level change – it’s an opportune time to make those long awaited (or newly noticed) changes.
Adrian says the kitchen is a special place in the home, from cooking and sharing meals, it’s a place to gather and socialise with family and friends.
“These spaces take on an even more special meaning in summer as we embrace entertaining in the warmer weather – we all certainly deserve to share a few beers and barbecues with loved ones,” he says.
Dream Doors provides a complete package for both a facelift or a bespoke kitchen design. Customers are guided through each stage of the process from concept to installation, with all elements and subtrades managed as part of the project.
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We’ve all had more than enough time on our hands to nit-pick things around the home. You might have noticed things that you want to throw out, change or improve. Adrian Kay from Dream Doors Kitchens knows the feeling all too well, agreeing that, “People have been staring at their kitchens during lockdown and will be wanting to make a few changes”.
The team has been working to help you make those changes with ease and even from the safety of your own home.
“During lockdown we were quoting our customers via photos, videos and video conferences” Adrian says.
“But now that lockdown is lifted, we have been inundated with requests to visit people’s homes to help them modernise or update their kitchens.”
Dream Doors provides a complete package for both a facelift or a bespoke kitchen design service.
“We guide the customer through each stage of the process from concept to installation. We can take care of everything from arranging the electrician and plumber, to splashbacks and appliances.”
Dream Doors can also help with other important rooms in the house such as laundries, garage and study/office joinery.
“We specialise in kitchen facelifts,” says Adrian Kay of Dream Doors Christchurch.
‘Facelift’ is a perfect description. The magic that the Dream Doors team perform means the hub of your home will have a brand new look, but without a new kitchen price.
“A facelift is convenient, quick, non-invasive and certainly saves money. Importantly for many people, it is also environmentally-friendly. Because we retain the bones of a kitchen and its existing cabinets, this material is not being sent to landfill.”
Adrian explains that in many cases small changes to a kitchen’s decor, such as new doors, drawer fronts and benchtops, have a huge impact.
New Zealand materials are used and all the joinery is custom-made in Christchurch.
The company offers a wide range of benchtop options and colours to suit just about any dream kitchen.
European fixtures and fittings are standard and it all comes with a 10-year guarantee.
Dream Doors provides a complete package for either a facelift or a bespoke kitchen design service.
“We can take care of everything from arranging the electrician and plumber, to splashbacks and appliances.”
Dream Doors can also help with other important rooms in the house, such as laundries, as well as garage and study/office joinery.
Dream Doors is located in Wigram. Phone 03 338 1081 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a free consultation to breathe new life into your kitchen.
Check out an amazing array of door designs on the website and follow them on Facebook for the latest before/after kitchen renovation photos and design inspiration.
If your kitchen’s in need of a modern facelift to kick-start 2019, the team at Dream Doors Christchurch is an expert in design transformation.
Specialising in replacement kitchens, renovations and new build projects, its goal is to create an inviting, functional space that lights up the heart of your home. Offering a wide range of quality, New Zealand made products, it can help with any stage of the upgrade, whether it be doors and drawers, benchtops, sinks and taps, storage solutions, or handles and accessories.
The best part is the experienced team keeps disruption to a minimum and can fast-track facelifting services, so the whole project could be complete in as little as one or two days.
Adrian Kay has owned and operated Dream Doors Christchurch since 2012, winning the Dream Doors New Zealand Franchisee of the year, every year from 2013. In 2017, Dream Doors Christchurch also won the Westpac Franchise Association of New Zealand ‘Franchisee of the year – Home Services’.
Already Adrian is starting to notice new trends emerge for 2019 – including classic-style kitchens featuring softer greys and stone benchtops – but there’s something in the range for all tastes. To help you decide, the company offers a free quote and consultation where they will bring a multitude of samples to look through and provide helpful tips.