Here's What to Expect
Alright, so you’ve decided it’s time to redo your space. Now comes the fun part: deciding what your custom cabinetry should look like. We’ve got plenty of inspiration ready and waiting for you, along with a handy checklist to help you plan out the process.
Use these checkpoints and resources to get an idea of what to expect throughout your remodel or refacing project. And remember, our experts are with you every step of the way. This is exciting, after all, and we’re here to help you enjoy the journey!
1. Explore the Opportunities
Whether you’ve never touched a hammer or have remodeled every room in your home, we suggest you start by exploring your options. They’re nearly limitless, and the more options you see, the better informed you’ll be.
Showplace Cabinetry Design Center offers lots of our own resources for cabinetry colors, finishes, and layouts. View the Gallery to see past projects, or go straight to your cabinet options. Better yet, locate your nearest Showplace Cabinetry Design Center showroom and come see us in person!
You can find even more ideas through our online profiles.
Each one offers great advice for homeowners and anyone planning a cabinet remodel project.
Then, once you’ve put together the looks that you like, your designer can turn them into a look that’s uniquely yours.
2. Define Your Project
Once you’ve got the look, you should set a budget. We recommend the industry standard: eight to 15 percent of your home value for a kitchen remodel. Once you’ve set your budget, you’ll meet with your project’s designer (if you haven’t already), who will provide an on-site consultation. The designer will always keep your budget in mind, and make recommendations based on what works best for you.
3. Design Your Cabinets
Let the creative process begin! Be sure to let your designer know which ideas you love, and what functionality you can’t live without. Then, you’ll work as a team to make your dream space a reality.
But it’s not only about the cabinets. At this point you should be prepared to pick out any complementary items, such as:
Before we keep going, are you excited about your progress? Because we are! If you have any concerns, second thoughts, or hesitations, be sure to talk to your designer. We want this to be as simple and hassle-free as possible, so you should always feel comfortable with the state of your project.
If you’re ready to move forward, your designer will provide a scope of work and its timeline for completion. Your cabinets will arrive approximately six weeks after they’ve been ordered.
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