Third Meeting: Concept, Color Pallet, & Budget
After the second meeting, your designer will put together several concepts of your new kitchen, addition, bathroom or other space. These concepts can be rendered to an almost photographic quality.
Your Material Palette or Color Board
Coupled with the concepts will be several material pallets laid out on the large kitchen islands throughout the showroom. A material pallet for a kitchen would probably contain the following:
Everybody Gets Creative
Subsequent & Final Meetings
All subsequent meetings are a refinement of this concept, color pallet and budget. Each getting closer to the final meeting when you are satisfied that together with your designer you have the perfect design with all the right materials and colors at a price that you are willing to invest. The entire process may take only a few weeks or it might take a month or more. The speed is largely dependent upon your schedule & project size.
Our remodeling agreement contains every product we are going to install in your home and a list of every necessary task. The agreement is very detailed and comprehensive, you can actually use it to follow the progress of you remodel from start to finish.
Signature Kitchens Additions & Baths does not compromise on quality. We provide a two-year warranty on all workmanship and pass all manufacturer warranties directly to you. We are certain that your newly designed space will provide you with a lifetime of satisfaction.
I’ve worked with many contractors over the years, but this was the largest project I’ve done. Fortunately, it was also the most satisfying. Gary Case and Signature proved to be masters of the craft…” Read More
Video: Watch interviews with past clients about the design process here.
|*Signature Kitchens Additions & Baths does not release concept drawings or allow removal of color pallets from the showroom. Nor do we allow pictures or copies to be made of our work. Retainer fees are not refundable.|