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Step 1

Explore the Collections

The first step is to decide which kitchen collection you’d like to go for out of the Neptune collection, choose from Chichester, Suffolk, Henley Oak, Henley Painted or LImehouse. Everyone is unique and everyone has a different design journey. Picking up a Neptune kitchen brochure will help you, but the best thing you can do is visit our Neptune store to get up-close to a Neptune kitchen to see if it gives you 'that feeling'. 



This is a no obligation informal meeting with a kitchen designer at our Robert James Interiors store.

We’ll talk you through each of our kitchens and try to answer any questions you may have and help you decide which one feels like it might be the right fit also we will be able to give you a ballpark figure of the cost of a Neptune kitchen. This is a complimentary service and you can book it over the phone, via email, or by dropping in.

During this meeting we'll run through all of your wants, needs and wishes and we can start talking through some initial ideas. It would be an idea to bring along any room dimensions to this appointment, a simple rough sketch of position of doors, windows and any other details of your room will do, or an architect's plan if you're doing an extension.

Step 3

The design service

If you think you would like to go ahead with a Neptune kitchen, this is where the fun begins and we begin to bring your kitchen to life. Following your initial meeting, this is when your designer will draw up plans of your new kitchen’s layout and will visit your home to fully understand the space, lighting and any specific requirements (such as awkward angles that will require some imagination).

Again, if you’re having an extension, your designer will still come to visit the site to discuss the project in person.

Once you’re more than happy with your kitchen design, we ask for a deposit. We’ll then work on finalised drawings, filled with every bit of detail we can to help you plan everything from electrics to plumbing. You’ll then sign off these final drawings and we’ll provide you with an installation date.