Remodeling a kitchen can make us feel anxious even though we have not even started with it yet. We cannot help asking ourselves if we are making the right choices and wondering if better options are available. Collecting inspiration online and in publications also does not make things easier. There are just so many great ideas! How do we know which ones are suitable for our kitchen and achievable with our budget?
With the help of a professional designer from Kitchen Design Louisville, all those worries can go away. This is because our design process can be done in three easy steps.
Yes, you read that right. COMPLIMENTARY. We can provide you with a free kitchen design, but of course, your help and contribution are a must. We cannot be sure that the design we will provide you would be the best for you if we cannot get as much information as possible.
First, we would like you to tell us about your OBJECTIVES. Why do you want to remodel your kitchen? Do you want to increase your home’s market value because you are selling it sometime soon? Is your family getting bigger? Or something else?
Second, we need to know your PREFERENCES. What is your personal style? Do you prefer a traditional-looking kitchen or a modern one? If you save photos and links of styles and designs you like, please share them with us!
Third, tell us about the FEATURES and FUNCTIONALITY you and your family would love to see in the design of your new kitchen. Are you planning to use your kitchen for entertaining purposes? Is there anything you want to keep or change in the kitchen area?
Fourth, think of your BUDGET and TIMESCALE. You have to set boundaries because you are in control of this project. Is there an important family event coming up in the next few weeks? Informing your designer of these can help you avoid spending unnecessarily and making sudden changes in your schedule. Both can affect the progress of the project.
Three steps are all it takes to receive a FREE kitchen design from a specialist. Call the number on this page to begin your 3-step design process.