Call us bias, but we’re of the opinion that a kitchen is the most challenging room in a home to properly design. That being said, you’ll need more than a few YouTube videos and Lowes trips to pull off a kitchen remodel. There are plenty of reasons to use a kitchen designer, and here are the top five.
- Focused on Form and Function– The reason kitchens are so tricky is because you actually use the space for functional reasons. Living rooms and bedrooms are designed to keep you comfortable and still, but in kitchens you move, sit, clean, stand, and create. Since you’re anything but stagnant in your kitchen you need to consider the functionality, flow, and of course appearance. An experienced kitchen designer will keep all three in mind at all times and give you a kitchen that is equally aesthetically pleasing and functional.
- Money, Money, Money– Since kitchen designers think about kitchens all day long, we know how much things cost. During the initial design phase kitchen designers can give you a realistic estimate and then keep the project on budget and on time once construction begins.
- Know All Your Options- Kitchen designers have all the insider information and hot leads on the latest and greatest products. From countertops to floors to appliances and everything between, your designer can give you a full list of options that will suite your needs.
- Material Experts- Did you know that marble counter tops are naturally porous which can lead to staining when improperly cleaned? Your kitchen designer did. Know how different materials work and need to be cared for is one of the biggest benefits of using a kitchen designer.
- Sit Back and Relax– When you use a kitchen designer, you have someone on your side to coordinate with contractors, vendors and suppliers so you don’t have to. Let them schedule the painters and electricians, all you have to do unlock to door.
At Kitchen Ideas, our design team is here for one reason, to make your kitchen remodel easier. All we want to do is give you the kitchen of your dreams without having to go through a nightmare of a remodel.