1st meeting – Showroom Project Overview
The first step in our design & remodeling process is a meeting at our showroom between you and one of our accomplished project designers. We gather together at the showroom for at least an hour to discuss your project aspirations and what you might want from your new kitchen, addition or bath.
We’ll ask you a number of questions, if you were considering a new kitchen we might ask:
We ask that you bring to this meeting: pictures of your existing space, rough measurements of its current layout, and any pictures of baths or kitchens that you find attractive. We really want to understand your taste in style, color, texture, etc.
Viewing Examples of design elements:
In our design showroom we have numerous examples of the different kinds of designs possible for your bath or kitchen. To help you make informed choices, we’ll walk you through the different kinds of cabinets, counter tops, flooring, etc. For instance, we’ll show you the differences between framed and frame-less cabinetry, and between semi-custom, custom, and furniture-grade cabinets.
We’ll also show you our display of over 100 different slabs of granite and quartz products (as well as wood, glass and exotic materials). Our design showroom even features multiple types of flooring. We’ll explain to you the merits of hardwood, cork, Amtico, tile, even leather and recycled glass.
Keeping the Budget in mind
The showroom meeting is conducted within the context of your expressed budget. Whether you express a budget range in the $40,000’s or $80,000’s, we will spend time discussing products possibilities available in your range. Everything at this initial meeting is painted in broad brushstrokes. We don’t expect you to have decided on particular materials or even exactly how much you want to invest in the space.
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Video: Watch interviews with past clients about the design process here.