Our Design Process

Design Consultation

The first step is to book a design consultation at our showroom in Killenard, Co.Laois. We ask that you bring your plans/ drawings of the space with you. The first design consultation is primarily about us listening your needs and your wish list, we will gather as much information in order to start the design process. We usually require five to seven working days to prepare a design and quotation.

Design Proposal

Next, we will invite you back to the showroom to present the design and explain options and recommendations. If you are happy to proceed, we will look for a booking deposit at this point.

Revisions & Tweaks

We can make many revisions of your drawing as required – it’s not uncommon to make changes before the final drawing is reached. We will visit your home to fully understand the space and check measurements.

Final Decisions

A final meeting will be required to select and finalise all finishes and designs.
We will require a deposit before your project is put into production. You will then be given an estimate installation date.

Installation & Finishing

Our team will install your furniture to the highest standard. Ray, Director and designer will oversee all elements from design through to installation. Our process usually takes about two months in total. All of our cabinetry is handcrafted in our workshops in Co. Laois.

Shiels & Co.


We are proud to be partners of leading brand appliances. Our design team can advise on all domestic appliances for individual projects.

design process

The first step is to book a design consultation at our showroom in Killenard, Co.Laois. The consultation process involves discussing your brief with our talented designers, the first step to developing the concept into a beautiful creation.

visit our showroom

Our purpose built kitchen and furniture showroom is situated in Killenard, Co. Laois. We have a range of bespoke kitchens and furniture on display, ranging from minimalist and contemporary to more traditional styles, using the finest materials combining traditional joinery methods.