Whether you are planning a face-lift, a complete overhaul - or not sure which - this workshop will help you avoid the “if I had only known” syndrome. Do you want to know the pros and cons of custom versus ready-made cabinets? Is engineered stone or natural stone ideal for your kitchen? Are you interested in “greener” options? Wondering how to incorporate the “latest” and not get a “dated” design? Is universal design important to you? Are you wondering how much “things” cost or how to avoid cost overruns? Do you want to have a great relationship with your contractor and subcontractors?
This workshop will provide a step by step checklist for planning, designing and preparing for your remodel. Topics include: design trends versus design pitfalls, steps for getting a realistic bid, top 10 remodeling mistakes, product comparisons, your responsibilities versus “their” responsibility, along with many other topics that will help you prepare for your kitchen remodel. The workshop uses case studies and provides tools so you can work with your contractor(s) to create a kitchen that meets your financial goals and reflects your personal style.
Preparation for class: Bring a lunch. The class moves very quickly and covers a lot of information. It is highly recommended to review the materials and create a list of questions. The first half of workshop will cover “The Steps In Remodel Preparation” and the second half of workshop will cover “Design Elements – Functional and Aesthetic.”
Students will be mailed a flash drive with all the course materials prior to the class. If enrollment occurs less than 1-week before the class date the flash drive will be given in class.