Our Process

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We know remodeling your kitchen can be daunting—that's why we want to help walk you through all of our custom design process. We offer a completely transparent process that strives towards always making your feel secure and comfortable throughout your entire kitchen remodeling project.

Getting Started:

  • Gather a scrapbook of notes, photos and articles that you have collected. This can be a physical scrabook, a Pinterest board or your Houzz Ideabook.
  • Get together with your immediate family and ask them for their input and wish lists.
  • Come up with a budget you are comfortable investing.
  • Draw a rough sketch of your floor plan and take measurements. 
  • If you would like, print and fill out our Custom Kitchen Planning Guide.
  • Call us, request an appointment online, or stop by our showroom when you have time.


During Your Complimentary Consultation:

  • We'll answer any questions you may have.
  • Review and/or assist you in establishing a budget.
  • Discuss your scrapbook of ideas.
  • Examine your existing floor plan and what you want to change.
  • Discuss your ideal functionality for your kitchen and go over some design ideas.
  • Establish a budget range.


When You're Ready To Start Working With Us:

  • We'll come to your home and take measurements.
  • Our custom design experts will create a design, and draft perspectives, plans, elevations and a floor plan to meet your needs.
  • An initial investment to start work would be required for further designs and drawing to continue.
  • The next meeting is for you to refine the designs and any potential changes you would like to make, giving you design flexibility.


The Installation Process:

  • We will make arrangements with your builder, architect and/or designer to coordinate the installation, if necessary.
  • We will help you arrange to have your existing cabinetry and appliances removed, if needed.
  • We will install the cabinets and counter tops with a warranty, or give you the flexibility to choose your own installer.