The fifth part of your dream new kitchen planning process will explain how working with a Kitchen Craft Designer can help bring those dreams a lot closer to reality.
Unless you’ve tackled the task of planning a new kitchen before, you will soon realize that there are many unique considerations that must be addressed along the way.
These could be things such as adhering to proper aesthetic design, your room’s flow and function, current kitchen design trends, the local building and installation codes, plus other non cabinet-related things like your appliances, countertops, tile, flooring and so much more.
Thankfully, your Kitchen Craft Designer has the knowledge, experience and the tools to make the journey to your end result a lot less stressful, while making suggestions and bringing forth ideas you may not have even thought about.
Let’s now explore some of those unique considerations, and talk a bit about the overall style you’re looking for in your new space.
Working With Your Kitchen Craft Kitchen Designer
Colour and Style – As you get started working with your designer, remember that you can always ask to see door samples, colour and wood species samples plus updated 3D renderings of your new kitchen, which will help you get a better idea about your vision while helping the designer to make sure that you are being realistic.
Keeping Your Budget In Check – One of the best things about working with a great kitchen designer is that you will get just what you asked for and within the budget you asked for too. Your kitchen designer will always have your budget in mind, helping you achieve the look you’re after and keeping your bottom line in the black.
The Heart of Your Home – The kitchen is the part of your home that usually gets the most attention and overall use. In other words, it is the centre or heart of the home. Your Kitchen Craft Designer wants your new kitchen to be comfortable as well as attractive and functional. Make sure that you listen to their advice and take advantage of their suggestions, particularly when it comes to adding extra storage and kitchen organization features to your design.
Choosing an Overall Design Aesthetic for Your New Kitchen
This is a style that is well known and has been used for many years. Traditional style is comfortable and offers you and your family a very homey feel, with more pronounced styling, darker wood tones and perhaps the use of some ornate embellishments.
Transitional is a bit more modern approach to a traditional kitchen design. It has clean lines, typically featuring a shaker style cabinet door, and may or may not include extras like mouldings and trim.
This style has a very contemporary approach to kitchen design. It looks very crisp and most often features a simplified, slab door style on the cabinets. Modern is also a design style that leaves you free to be more creative and expressive with your design. You could say that modern is modern, but in a different sense.
Thanks to Kitchen Craft’s frameless cabinet construction, European style is very easy to achieve, no matter what door style you choose. This allows for more interior cabinet space, which translates into more storage. Plus, the sleek look of a run of frameless cabinetry adds a very fresh aesthetic.
Effective kitchen design is whatever style you choose as as good fit for your project. There are of course a lot of options that you can choose from which may seem a bit overwhelming for you. Working closely with a Kitchen Craft Design will help you make a decision according to your needs and your family’s needs, choosing the best style, finish, storage solutions and flow to best fit your unique home and situation.
Your Designer will help remind you that kitchens should reflect your individual personality, and most important, they should also be a comfortable space to live and work in. The guidance of your Kitchen Designer will make sure that your final design not only reflects your personality, but also your family’s lifestyle.
Let’s face it. The choices are almost endless. But what matters most is that you find the style that suits you and reflects your home and life. Rely on the experience of your Kitchen Craft Designer to reel in those seemingly endless choices to make your dream kitchen a reality, keep your budget intact, and see your kitchen remodel through from start to finish.
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Remember that you can rely on the experience and expertise of your Kitchen Craft designer and their extended team to create a kitchen design you will love.
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