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Lisa Melvin Design

About Us

Lisa Melvin Design is a full project management & design service for property developers, self build projects, architects, commercial enterprises and homeowners all over the UK – specialising in kitchens, bathrooms and other interior design elements. Whether you have a single kitchen or bathroom to refurbish or if you have an entire development, we offer design, planning, management and co-ordination services to ensure your project is completed to an exacting specification and with a high level of service. Lisa Melvin Design is a part of Gallery Showroom at Melbros in Rugby, Warwickshire. Gallery Showroom is a fantastic kitchens & bathrooms showroom which can source and supply kitchens, appliances, bathrooms, furniture, flooring and carpets.

Services Provided

3D Rendering, Bespoke Cabinet Doors, Bespoke Cabinets, Bespoke Fitted Furniture, Bespoke Kitchen Cabinets, Bespoke Kitchen Pantries, Bespoke Worktops, Drafting, Floor Plans, Home Renovation, House Extensions, Kitchen Design, Kitchen Renovation, Lighting Design, Pantry Design, Sustainable Design, Worktop Installation

Areas Served

Rugby, Warwickshire, Leamington, Warwick, Southam, Daventry

Awards

Marion John Design Awards Winner 2013 Finalist :The Society of British & International Design - kbb section 2013 Inclusion in the inaugural 'dlist 2015' (The Definitive list of ones to watch in the world of kitchen and bathroom design

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Website
Melbros House, Great Central Way, Rugby CV21 3XH
Rugby, Warwickshire CV21 3XH
United Kingdom
Typical Job Cost £15,000 - 150,000
United Kingdom
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