Come and meet the team!
- Check out our latest samples
- See images of our latest kitchen projects
- Meet Adam Thomas and the team
- Pick up an Access Matters brochure
There will be limited opportunities to make a private appointment to see Adam during the show. Please call us on the office number to book your time slot or send an email to Natalie using this link.
If you have an upcoming kitchen project and would like to chat it through, please bring along some outline measurements and we’ll be happy to spend some time talking through your options, without obligation on your part. Most of our work comes through referral, and we work hard to leave each customer entirely satisfied with the service we offer.
Register for Naidex South now, for speedy entry to the event on the day of your choice.
Did you know?
Our service is unique in the United Kingdom. No other independent kitchen studio employs an award-winning disabled designer with nearly 30 years experience of kitchen design. Every design Adam develops is a one-off, tailored to the needs of a specific client. Our own brand of kitchen furniture called Access Matters was designed and developed by Adam, and is manufactured exclusively for us in England. If Adam specifies a cabinet with unusual dimensions, we will make it. It’s as simple as that.
Bespoke, stylish kitchens for older and disabled people.
Now a reality from Design Matters.
Adam Thomas will be attending the Case Management Society UK Conference as a delegate, at the Gatwick Hilton on 4 November 2011.
The CMS UK event taking place over 3-4 November is aimed specifically at Case Managers and OTs working in case management practices. For more information on the conference and last chance to book your place, visit the CMS UK website.
Design Matters will be exhibiting at Naidex South on 19-20 October at ExCel London. We will be demonstrating a Ropox rise and fall table and distributing leaflets and Access Matters furniture brochures. For more information visit the Naidex South web site.
This year Naidex South will be taking place in conjunction with the GLA Disability Capital Conference 2011 on 20 October. See the full story using this link.
If you would like to book an appointment with Adam at either of these events, please contact the office by email.