Because Jennifer and I come from consulting companies where we were trained to embrace process and research business situations from every angle, I often consider what it is that makes a company good at what they do. We reflect upon our own processes at Kitchen Design Concepts and we make certain that we are improving at every pinch point along the way. When you are in the market for a kitchen remodel, there are five questions to ask that stand out as super important to make sure you are going into your project with eyes wide open and expectations in check.
Are you considering a kitchen overhaul? Do you know what kitchen style and functionality you want for your lifestyle? They say pictures are worth 1,000 words and we agree, especially when it comes to finding inspiration for your kitchen design and remodel project.
In part one of this series called “Getting Ready to Remodel?”, I mentioned that one of the most frequent questions we hear is “How much does a kitchen remodel cost?” While there are average costs that accompany a design and remodel project, much of this is determined by your style and your preference of materials. I recently saw a statistic from a kitchen remodeling study that cited $72,000 as the average price for a kitchen remodel.
You’ve heard about my favorite, the induction cooktop, and Katie’s, the microwave drawer, and now it’s time to reveal Jennifer’s – it’s the lesser-known but cool Teppanyaki Grill (shown below in two slightly different styles). This is not a mainstream appliance but is wonderful for the cook who has the room for a few indulgences.