How do you work?


We start with a free of charge initial consultation session in our studio, where we discuss your brief and requirements. 

We would like you to bring the following things to your initial consultation:

A plan with some basic dimensions, or architect’s drawings

Pictures of the existing space

If possible – some inspirational images, Pinterest boards or Houzz Ideabooks


How long does a kitchen renovation last?


The time frame varies for each project, although on average, a kitchen production will take between 6 weeks and 12 weeks from when the order is placed and you sign off on the detailed drawings.


How long does a kitchen installation take?


Depending on the finish and specification, a kitchen installation can range from 7 working days to 6 weeks, this is including the worktops and splash-backs.


How long does a bathroom installation take?


Depending on the complexity of the project, a bathroom installation can range from 4 weeks to 8 weeks.


Can I order my own appliances?


Yes, we are happy to work with clients’ existing appliances. They should be on site upon the delivery of the furniture. However, if clients decide to supply the appliances themselves, the Amberth team cannot take any responsibility for them.


What is your price starting point for kitchen, bathrooms or interiors work?


Final price depends on the design and specification as well as the building works involved. However, our kitchen costs start at £22k +VAT, bathrooms from £17k +VAT, and interiors very much depend on the scope and may start from as little as £1000.


Do you offer guarantees for completed interior design projects?


We offer a selection of guarantees at various price points to ensure your kitchen, bathroom or interior is fully protected.


Where do you operate geographically?


Most of our work is located in North and Central London, however we have also completed projects outside of London in places such as St Albans, Oxford, Sheffield and Scotland. We can also ship our products and services outside the UK.