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If a complete kitchen or bath design project has brought you to the Design Center, you have most likely already gathered some ideas. That is exactly how Taylor recommends the process begins for remodels and new construction. “When visiting the Design Center to start discussing options for your home, it is helpful to have general styles, color scheme ideas, a few measurements and a budget ready,” says Taylor. She also reminds customers that there is no need to have everything planned out. That’s where the brains of the design team comes in. They are there to help and make sure you are choosing the best fit for your home and lifestyle.
Product Needs:
  • Cabinets
  • Countertops
  • Ceiling
  • Walls
  • Flooring
Type of Installation:
  • New installation
  • Replacement
  • Remodel of Existing
  • Kitchen
  • Bathroom
  • Pantry
  • Other
Helpful items to have for your visit:
  • Pictures of installations you like
  • Appliance specifications
  • Pictures of existing installation
  • Copy of floor plan if new construction
  • Desired wood species
  • Stain/And or paint samples to match



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