If you are looking for that one thing that can bring your space together, look no further than lighting. Your lighting design can be the one component to your entire home remodel that gives every space its uniqueness, comfort and richness, if it is done right.
Consulting an experienced interior designer about your kitchen remodeling project is a good first step in having everything run smoothly and successfully. Going beyond that though, we've gathered 3 important kitchen remodeling tips from our clients to assist you ...
One of the most commonly remodeled rooms in a home is the kitchen. Designing this room is a personal journey that takes most of our clients along a path of discovery regarding their use of culinary tools, color preferences, and stylistic choices.
Unless a set of window treatments is your inspiration for remodeling your home, there might be a chance you could forget to set aside a budget for the finishing touches.
Wherever you are in your process of kitchen remodeling, you should be fully engaged with your interior designer. Hiring an interior designer is key to the success of your project running smooth and achieving your desired end result. We've pulled together 2 of the most important questions you should ask while looking for a professional interior designer to help you with kitchen remodeling.
When you finish remodeling your home, the last thing you want is to start using your space and find out you’ve just remodeled everything into a functional mess. Functionality is in the details. If you stand back and look at a new kitchen, your first impression isn’t “Wow! Look at that functionality!” This is precisely why you must factor it into your initial design work with your designer.
If you are getting ready to hire an Interior Designer for a kitchen design or full home remodeling project, you need to read this post! We've compiled some very important questions you should ask the designers you are interviewing for your kitchen design project. Not all interior designers are the same. There are some key factors that will differentiate one from another and having one that gets you will mean achieving your end goal or coming up short and possibly not liking the final product.