The design phase allows you to see the results of key decisions you make regarding your kitchen remodel.
The level of detail you are presented throughout the design process provides the confidence to move forward without unnecessary stress and worry during the build phase. Instead, the build phase will be filled with anticipation due to being excited to use your new space!
Below you will find a few pictures and descriptions to help demystify the design process and what you can expect.
During the design process you will have increasing levels of detail renderings to review as you progress to final design approval.
After your first meeting, an initial concept rendering will be drawn to understand if your initial vision for your kitchen remodel has been interpreted correctly.
Modifications to the basic layout and features are easily updated at your request during this phase in the design process.
Upon your approval of your kitchen layout you will start making specific component selections that will be included into your plan.
About three quarters of the way through the design process you have made decisions on the major components that go into your kitchen remodel.
Components such as flooring, cabinet color, cabinet doors and drawer styles, appliances and counters. With the little details left to be decided upon and included.
Above is your complete design presented in a 3D Rendering that shows you fairly realistically what your kitchen remodel is going to look like.
Adjustments at this point can still be made – far easier than when you are in the middle of the build phase.
You just learned how the kitchen design process allows you to make solid decisions about your kitchen remodel.
This basic plan and concept was used with hopes to increase your awareness to how kitchen design directly impacts and benefits your kitchen remodel.
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