- Client: James Smith
- Project Start: September 17, 2015
- Project End: February 17, 2016
Another incredible kitchen transformation on a budget. To begin with, we added a new pantry cabinet. Installed crown molding on top of the (very dated builder-grade) cabinets and light rails on the bottom. We primed the cabinets with Kilz and sprayed two coats of white gloss enamel for a super smooth finish. We then masked off the cabinets and removed the popcorn and horrible fluorescent lighting from the ceiling and finished to a level 5 flat finish and installed modern low profile can lighting. The old countertops were removed and new granite was installed, complemented by the tile backsplash and new receptacles, switches, and covers to remove all traces of the nineties and bring this kitchen up to date.
Identifying clients’ needs and desired style of design elements. Site analysis of existing conditions and survey data.
PREPARE PRELIMINARY CONCEPT
Prepare preliminary concept plan including budget breakdowns for separate design elements for review with client.
FINALIZE MASTER PLAN
Finalize master plan based on refinements of preliminary plan review, clarify and refine budget breakdowns including phasing of work as necessary.
SECURE ALL PERMITS
At acceptance of plan and proposal, secure all required permits as necessary and submit schedule of work.