The range of goods is great, it has to be said. Its a big chain, and you're not going to get any small manufacturers selling hand made goods, you have to accept that and move on.
And once you've moved on, you can really see from fairly jazzy design ideas, e.g. for narrow kitchens, corner useage, that sort of thing. Different types of shower combined with different types of bath, different heights for the toilet cistern and different amounts to flush it. Its all here!
In fact, there's so much that you really need a sales person to act as a sort of interpreter to guide you, and thats where this all gets a little trickier. I've been to mfi twice in recent months, plotting a renovation, and my experience has varied wildly comparing the two visits. The first one, I did indeed have a salesman that practically held my hand and talked me through what I might need if I was renovating my kitchen. The second time, which to be honest wasn't long before closing time, the salesman couldn't get away from me fast enough. It was a little offputting, given how friendly the first gentleman had been.
Still, if you can work through the literature - and there is a lot to help you - check out the design function, and take your time, there's not much to beat it for mid range versatility.
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