Dream Doors brings dated kitchen into this century

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Dream Doors Kitchen makeover to business transformation

Dream Doors is no ordinary retail business and franchise, it is the largest UK's kitchen facelift retailer with over 70 showrooms nationally and about 60,000 completed projects since we started.

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Dream Doors has shared how it took one customer’s kitchen from drab to fab with its specialist renovation services.

Dream Doors has shared one of its latest success stories from a New Zealand franchisee, who helped transform one home’s kitchen from bland and dated to chic and modern.

The satisfied customer was Gerry Rodgers, who liked the structural layout of his kitchen but had grown to loathe the bold colour scheme. Commenting on his kitchen before its makeover, Rodgers said:

"The thing was built in the late 1990s and it had that horrible olive-green colour that was popular at the time everywhere. The layout suited me. It was literally just the colour."

Kitchen franchise Dream Doors was able to give Rodgers a more neutral kitchen, by replacing the offensive green with white. It installed a speckled laminate bench and replaced all the cupboards and doors with soft close options. Rodgers purchased a new stove to finish the kitchen makeover, which came in at $11,000 NZD (around £5,900).

Managing Director of Dream Doors, Adrian Kay, explained that the low cost of a Dream Doors kitchen makeover makes it very appealing to customers across the world, as budgets are usually the biggest limiting factor when it comes to home renovations. He estimates that Dream Doors’ services cost just 60 percent of the price of standard kitchen makeovers.

However, Kay said that the speediness of Dream Doors’ services is also a major reason why people choose the franchise.

"Less disruption matters to some people. You don't necessarily have to change flooring. Even painting of walls doesn't have to be done. [Our services are] generally less invasive."

Dream Doors has more than 70 showrooms across the UK and has grown into the UK’s largest kitchen facelift franchise.

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