Free Design included in every project | Award Winning | 25 Years of Experience
Since the 1990’s Sarah has been takings clients visions and translating them into beautiful design for kitchens and bathrooms in Kansas City that are practical as well as inventive. As an award winning designer, she will make the most of any space in your home, while creating a design that is elegant and matches any creative style and vision you have. With over 25 Years of experience, she continues to surprise and please customers with her design and color choices that are not only modern and elegant but create a functional and practical living area for the entire family.
DESIGNING YOUR NEW KITCHEN FROM THE GROUND UP
Improving your home’s kitchen design in Kansas City may be one of the toughest jobs you take on, but it can also be the most worthwhile. It can be extremely daunting to have to make these kind of design and color choices for your kitchen which is why we include a free design in every remodel. We want you to feel at ease knowing you are making the right choices for your homes value while still not compromising on the vision you have for your kitchen. Kitchens are still considered the heart of the home, and an updated kitchen can mean a significant return on your investment when it’s time to sell your home.
FULL-SERVICE HOME IMPROVEMENT SERVICES STARTS WITH A PROFESSIONAL DESIGNER.
Before beginning your new remodel, you need a quality and experienced designer to help you make the right choices for yourself and for your home. Choosing the right colors alone and have a drastic impact on the resell value of a new kitchen in Kansas City. It is up to our kitchen designer in Kansas City to make sure that you choose materials and kitchen color choices that will not only bring your vision to life, but will increase the value of your home and make your new kitchen remodel a solid and worthwhile investment.
A full kitchen remodel, taking the kitchen down to the subfloors and studs, allows you to design a much better footprint or layout in the kitchen. You might relocate the stove and refrigerator, so they’re closer to the sink, and install a larger or smaller kitchen island.
A full remodel might mean opening up a wall to the dining room or family room for more manageable foot traffic. Whatever your preferences for your kitchen, if the space needs more than just a facelift, let us help with a completely reworked kitchen design for your Kansas City home.
If the kitchen’s layout works for you but its appearance is drab and outdated, you might invest in new kitchen cabinets Kansas City. New cabinets will not only improve the appearance of a kitchen, but they can also offer more usable storage space! Slide-out shelving and revolving trays ensure that every square inch of those cabinets is accessible and easy to reach.
For cabinets that are still in good condition, kitchen cabinet refinishing can be just what you need. Adding a fresh coat of paint or stain can quickly brighten up your home’s kitchen space, or make it seem warm, rich, and regal. Refinishing is also a fraction of a full kitchen remodel cost! Make sure you take advantage of our free design services with Sarah as choosing the right color cabinets to match the style of your home can drastically change the value of your Kitchen as an investment.
HIGH END KITCHEN REMODEL COSTS DESIGNED FOR EVERY BUDGET
One common question asked by homeowners is if their kitchen remodel costs will be returned by way of increased value to their home. There are no guarantees, but you can protect your financial investment by carefully selecting what features and kitchen design details you’ll include in the remodel. For example, new kitchen cabinets in a Kansas City home, along with new flooring and countertops, may offer a better return on investment than new lighting.
You’ll also want to avoid some common mistakes that might increase your kitchen remodel cost, but which don’t add to your return on that investment. For example, investing in high-tech appliances might not be as valuable as you assume, and may increase your costs without increasing your home’s value.