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!
For Houston homeowners affected by Hurricane Harvey, recovery will take weeks—perhaps even months. We have been sharing tips and resources on the Cabinets & Designs blog for homeowners, and this week we are sharing some “dos and don’ts” to help you navigate recovery and renovation after the hurricane.
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
If a new kitchen is on your 2017 wish list, we’re here to give you a nudge and to let you know it’s time to start planning! A typical kitchen renovation can take up to 19-20 weeks, so if you’re hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year, it’s time to act.
It would be great if we could pick up and move out of our homes when undergoing a major renovation project, such as a kitchen remodel, but for many of us that is not a practical option. Your average kitchen renovation takes almost five months, and besides the obvious cost factor, most of us have jobs, kids, and pets that would make a long-term temporary relocation inconvenient at best. Continue reading