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BoboChic Fri 27-May-16 11:04:02

I'm thinking of getting Neptune to install a triangle consisting of four floor cabinets: two pan drawer units, a corner unit and a sink unit, to include sink and taps. There would be a work surface to cover these, including a space for the dishwasher. There would be a slot for my cooker.

I would probably also get some shelving from Neptune.

The published prices seem very high and I wondered what other posters' experience of negotiating with Neptune was like? They only set up business in Paris at the end of 2015.

concertplayer Thu 02-Jun-16 08:21:32

If you google Neptune Kitchens you will see that they are reviews etc
admittedly only going back 3-4 years on mumsnet and elsewhere.
Perhaps someone else will come along soon.

MrsCampbellBlack Thu 02-Jun-16 08:28:13

Hmmm, I think Neptune furniture is fairly decent quality and the people I've dealt with have been good. However, friend had a kitchen and wasn't impressed with the quality.

Not sure how open they are to negotiating - they have an interesting reputation locally.

OnePlanOnHouzz Thu 02-Jun-16 11:12:43

They are pretty strict on dealers who advertise discounts - it's a no no !!

So if you do get a deal it will probably be discounted off fitting or worktop and sink supply rather than off the cabinetry !

Colour matching used to be a problem in larger kitchens if they came from different stock batches - less likely a problem in a smaller project though !

HereIAm20 Thu 02-Jun-16 15:09:57

Good luck with getting a discount. It won't happen. You can mock up a kitchen with a similar look as a more reasonable price. We have anyway!

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