3 Tips to Effectively Communicate With Your Kitchen Designer

July 3rd, 2020 | by David Partridge

A great kitchen remodel starts with the establishment of a good collaborative relationship between you and the professional designer. To ensure the success of the entire project, you need to maintain open and honest communication with one another. Here are some tips to help you do just that.

1. Know what you want your kitchen to look like: A good kitchen designer consolidates ideas and concepts, and turns them into reality. However, the objective of your kitchen remodel starts with you. You have to be certain about what you want your new and improved kitchen to look like and how you want it to be used. Take the time to identify which features and elements will make the space more convenient and comfortable to be in.

2. Do your research, yet remain flexible: Your initial meeting with the kitchen designer is a great starting point for establishing proper communication with one another. Come in prepared with your vision board or feed of the kitchen style inspirations from Pinterest or home improvement magazines to show to him or her. The designer, in turn, may omit designs that won’t work. However, be open to suggestions – he or she might introduce you to options that exactly match your vision.

3. Don’t be afraid to ask questions: Always ask your kitchen designers questions or any clarifications about the process or how to achieve what you want for your renovation. Their answers will give you better insight into their approach to the remodeling plan. If you don’t, they will most likely assume you understand and agree with everything. In the end, you might not enjoy the results of the completed remodel.

At Peartree Homes, we are committed to enhancing your existing spaces to better reflect your style and preferences. Whether you’re renovating a kitchen or planning to replace roofing, siding or windows, we can leverage your ideas to produce a stunning space that exceeds your expectations.

Call us today at (843) 343-5808, or fill out our contact form to schedule a consultation.