It’s no secret that we love home renovation here at Cabinets & Designs, but we do have a few secrets up our sleeves. After so many transformations we have developed a list of “insider favorite” features and tips for homeowners—“must-haves” for the modern homeowner.
The New Year is just around the corner, which means many homeowners will begin planning renovations for 2018. If you’ve been thinking about replacing your kitchen cabinets, but you’re not sure whether to wait, consider the following scenarios:
Make the most of your home renovation and make your kitchen designer happy at the same time! Use this list of tips to make things simple for your renovation team from start to finish.
Working with a design team can help you refine your style, save time and money, keep projects on track, and create the kitchen (or home) of your dreams. The flip side of working with a team lies in the potential for conflict—a “too many cooks in the kitchen” situation, pun intended!
When it comes to interior design versus kitchen design, what’s in a name? If you’re not sure whether you need an interior designer or a kitchen designer, or both, we can help.
Are you a certified kitchen designer living in the Houston area? Are you interested in working in a fun, dynamic showroom with a professional staff and amazing clients? Would you like to work at a family-run company with 45 years of experience? If your answer to these questions was “yes” we would love to meet you! Cabinets & Designs is looking for a new kitchen designer to join our team—is it you?
It’s difficult to generalize when it comes to kitchen renovation budgets because no two kitchens are the same. Once a homeowner is finished making dozens of small decisions, every kitchen is a custom kitchen. The prospect of spending that much money all at once can be intimidating, which means we often hear questions like, “So — how much do most people spend on a new kitchen?” Continue reading
So you’re ready to renovate your kitchen—now what? A good place to start is a consultation with a certified kitchen designer to help walk you through the myriad of decisions that come next. When it’s time to sit down and talk business, it’s good to come prepared with a few things to help your designer give you the best advice. Continue reading