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.
Yes, going through magazines and ripping out ideas and designs that you like can still work and a lot of our clients still do it. Even so, creating an idea book on houzz.com will help you pull together all of your thoughts and ideas into one place, where you and your designer can easily and more efficiently look through them to determine your focus and direction for your home remodeling project.
Earlier we spoke about personal electronics and how you should consider factoring their use into your overall design. When we take a look at audio visual components, it takes that conversation to a whole new level.
After working with many clients over the last decade, there are two pieces of feedback we have heard most often after our work was complete. If our clients could speak to you, this is probably what they would say.
Most of our clients who have started down the path of home remodeling have approached how much time they have available to give in three different ways:
One of the most talked about topics when looking into a remodel is budget. It is definitely an important aspect of your journey to a newly remodeled home. Where and how you spend your money can impact the overall success of the project dramatically. should be considered for these reasons:
You've been doing your research and need a little more help on how to steer clear of the potholes in the home renovation process. Whether this is your first project or not, consider some of these points while to give yourself a leg up.