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Questions & Answers About Your Renovation Project

Questions homeowners in Denver are asked about their kitchen, bath or any other type of renovation project offer a window into the expertise and soul of the showroom and designer they are visiting.

Choose your Showroom & Designer Wisely

Be wary of designers/sales professionals who focus on selling instead of initially trying to determine the goals you want to achieve. We know that many homeowners in Denver want to have a new kitchen that better serves their needs and those of their family and also reflects their distinct style. We also know that’s not enough. A new space in your home should make you smile every time your enter.

What is the WHY behind your desire to remodel?

When we interview prospective clients in the Denver Metro area, we want to know the why behind the project, the motivation, how a new kitchen or bath not only should look and function but how that space should make you feel.

Information Gathering

We approach initial meetings with homeowners in Colorado as a mutual information gathering session and not a sales pitch. Our goal is to gather a sufficient amount of information about you and your lifestyle that will enable us to look through your lens so that we better understand your worldview. We want to know who uses your kitchen, how often, and for what purposes. We not only want to know what you prefer;  we also want to know what you don’t like and why. Our goal is to make an emotional connection so that we can develop design and product recommendations that reflect your lifestyle and personality. That can’t be accomplished if the primary conversation is about what the showroom has to offer. It has to be all about what the customer wants.

Create Pinterest Boards or Houzz Idea Books

To help designers look through your unique lens, we encourage homeowners in Denver to create and share boards on Pinterest and Houzz so there is a common understanding of products and styles that homeowners in Colorado are attracted to. We want to know what you currently like and dislike about your existing kitchen or bath and the reasons for those feelings.

Maintenance & Cleaning Time

There are also practical questions that need to be answered such as how much effort do you want to put into maintaining and cleaning your new kitchen. This helps us to not only recommend color options but also to suggest surface materials, cabinet styles, and finishes that meet the practical and operational needs of homeowners in Denver Colorado.

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Ask ALL Your Questions

The only dumb question is the one that is not asked. When you are interviewing designers and showrooms, listen carefully to the questions that you are asked. You should feel that the designer is more interested in getting to know you and your family, your style, your quirks, and your likes and dislikes. The questions should focus all on you and not them.

Let’s have a conversation about how you want your new dream kitchen to look, function, and feel.

Give us a call or click here to schedule a consultation. and we can help you with those important decisions.


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