Define... Design... Deliver ... START WITH KitchenVisions FIRST!


We believe the planning process is the foundation of any successful project.
  • Complimentary initial in-home consultation: we talk about your project and explain how we work. We discuss an initial budget, your home’s value and the remodel investment parameters, your design goals, and our design and project coordination fee. We collaborate with you to determine of the scope of services required to complete the project. KitchenVisions will make recommendations to match your project with a construction team consisting of any or all of the following: architect/engineer, contractor, finish carpenter, and subcontractors.
  • Design retainer approval: Once retained, the project is usually completed in five phases as described below. Depending on the complexity and number of rooms to be designed, client meetings are usually scheduled in one or two week intervals.

PHASE ONE: Discovering Your Design Personality & Creating the Vision for Your Space
  • Site visit made to measure the existing space
  • Complete a KitchenVisions design questionnaire and share your design inspirations and ideas (bring magazine articles and photos, Houzz Ideabook, Pinterest boards and notes)
  • Elaborate on the project parameters: scope, timing and materials
  • Create cost estimates and confirm project budget and design goals


PHASE TWO: Drawing Out Details Using Computer-Generated Software
  • Present floor plan layout options
  • A final layout is agreed upon often combining elements from several different floor plans
  • Review comprehensive floor plan and collaboratively make adjustments
  • Discuss various options and related costs: construction and selections schedules included
  • Select cabinetry, finishes and materials – depending on your needs, we will bring materials to you for your approval or you can schedule product selection meetings where we shop together

PHASE THREE: Finalizing Parameters
  • Finely detailed line-item final proposal is presented
  • Review responsibilities and timing
  • Confirm final agreement


PHASE FOUR: Scheduling Your Installation
  • Final mechanical and electrical drawings are completed
  • The chosen contractor will present the prepared schedule including start and target completion date
  • Installation process commences and is completed including the coordination of all necessary subcontractors

PHASE FIVE: Perfecting Your Project
  • Final walk-through
  • Punch list is created
  • Finished to your delight!