Lifestyle Cabinetry and Milwork re-constructed our kitchen and bathroom in 2013. They were meticulous, very professional and friendly. We are very pleased with the workmanship and wouldn’t hesitate to hire them for another project in the future.
Together We Can Design Your Dream Kitchen!
Creating the kitchen of your dreams involves much more than meets the eye. A professional kitchen designer can help put all of these pieces together and eliminate frustration.
Kitchen designers have access to planning tools and technology that most homeowners don’t, and they have the inside scoop on trends, new materials, building codes, and technical quirks.
These four steps will make navigating your design nearly effortless:
Step 1: Meet with Our Designer
You will begin by meeting with our designer. Give the designer an idea of the look, flow, and appliances you want. Bring any pictures of kitchen designers you really like. You also need to have photos or a sketch and measurements of your existing space.
The designer will work up a fee schedule after this initial meeting and will begin to develop a design for your new kitchen.
After you approve the design of your new kitchen, the designer can offer an estimated budget, so you have a good idea of how much your new kitchen might cost.
Step 2: Design Submission
Once you have determined a design, you will submit it for a quote. The quote will come from exactly what is in the drawings. This means correct measurements and dimensions are crucial for a proper quote.
The more final your design, the better. Repeated changes to the design could cost you more in the long run and increase to odds of over site or error. It’s best to have everything on hand when you submit your design for an estimate.
Step 3: Check and Change
You can expect to receive your quote in 1 to 2 days. Once you receive it you can edit it and make any changes you see fit. We will then meet with you to verify your cabinets and accessories are correct and finalize the quote.
Step 4: Finalize
This fourth and final step is where you will sign the quote and make your payment. This will only occur if you are 100% satisfied with all aspects of your design and order.
Your order goes into production once the payment is received.
As you can see, soliciting help from a Lifestyle Cabinetry and Millwork kitchen designer can be well worth the investment. Following this guide will put you well on your way to your new custom kitchen. Your transformation can begin in just a few short weeks.