A Very Warm Welcome from DesignWorks, Wigan.

For Quality-Bespoke- Fitted-Kitchens-Bedrooms-Home-Office/Studies & TV Media Units.

Packed full of modern and classic interior design ideas, together with some very useful tips (see below), our website is designed to help you get the very best ideas and advice for your home improvement projects.

 

From a  traditional, classic, oak, country kitchen, in-frame & hand-painted, to the very latest in modern hi-gloss or matt  finishes...

You'll also find plenty of bedroom ideas from solid timber in oak, walnut & maple Shaker to quality, glass-sliding doors...

And just as important: home office designs, TV-media units and beautiful made-to-measure living room furniture...

 

You're sure to find the most beautiful, made-to-measure, highest quality & affordable, designer-fitted kitchens, bedrooms, home office/studies and custom-made lounge furniture.

 

After browsing our website, why not take time out to  arrange a personal appointment with Owner, Steve Green. Using his flair for creative design and his practical approach, Steve will develop your thoughts; you'll explore new possibilities and with the benefit of his experience and enthusiasm bring your combined ideas to life.

 

Below are some examples of our work... so you can see what DesignWorks can do for You.

For  Customer Comments & more examples of our work...  go to our Testimonials Page.

For even more photographs of our work ... why not visit our About Us Page & personal Houzz uk  Page.

 

Useful Tips

Create a focal point with an island in your kitchen. But remember, it's important to have plenty of room to walk around the island and to be able to open units, drawers and appliances on both sides.

Glass cleaners should not be used on your worktops because they contain ammonia; using any such solvent damages the worktop and shelf edgings, even the platings on your handles.

Using the same colour of paint on walls, ceiling and woodwork creates a strong, clean, contemporary look. The room will feel calmer and much bigger because without contrasts you can not tell where things stop and start.

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