Kitchen Remodeling by Kitchen Design Concepts Dallas, Texas

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From Drawings to Reality

Ever curious what we show our clients and how they see their potential kitchen? Well, the whole process starts with a home meeting, and then proceeds to design meetings where we go through a process of revision, design, and repeat until the space is seamless. So, what exactly do we show our clients? Well, we share floorplans, elevations, perspectives, and sometimes sketches. We try to make our clients feel like they are in the space so they can see what potential there is. Honestly, it’s fun to see their reactions and hear “Wow! I didn’t know that was possible” or “That’s MY kitchen?!” This is especially true when the space comes to life, and it makes our jobs as designers really fun and rewarding. So, let’s go through the process and show you how we take our designs from paper to reality!

FLOORPLAN

A floorplan is a great way to give an overview of the entire space from a 2D bird’s eye view. This gives you the ability to see all of the elements such as walls, measurements, cabinets, appliances, openings, and more. This is the first thing we show our clients as we walk them through the elements. It’s a great place to start and also to have on hand to regroup.


ELEVATION

After we cover the floorplan we move onto the elevations. This is a 2D view of each of the walls. So, instead of seeing things from the top as with a floorplan, we are now on ground level looking straight at the walls. Elevations show the same things a floorplan does, but you get to see it in a vertical orientation.

DRAWING

REALITY

PERSPECTIVES

Perspectives are probably the most exciting thing for our clients to see. A perspective is a 3D view of the space that accentuates cabinets, moldings, countertop edges, and gives the whole space a shape. This is the most real-life drawing we can show our client; it really puts them into the space.

DRAWING

REALITY

DRAWING

REALITY

 

SKETCHES

If there are any design details that our software cannot create, we grab a pencil and pad of paper (just like the old fashioned way of designing)! With sketches we can do tile details, moulding details, counter details, and more. Sketches essentially give our clients a closer look.

DRAWING

REALITY

Want to learn more about this kitchen? Check back with us tomorrow in our First Friday Feature- April!