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What to Expect When Visiting a Showroom

When you’ve decided it’s time to visit a kitchen design showroom, it’s a good idea to call ahead for an appointment with a kitchen designer.

Your First Appointment

Your initial appointment is about getting to know the designer and developing trust in them. Doing a little bit of homework before you go to the meeting will make things smoother for both you and the designer.

What to Bring to the Appointment:

  • Budget: Take a candid look at your checkbook and have a frank conversation with your partner.
  • Time frame: When do you want to have the project completed?
  • Style File: Bring pictures of rooms, fabrics, appliances, furnishings, cabinetry and other amenities and accessories that appeal to you.
  • Lists: Bring along a wish list of what you can’t live without and a list of what you have and what you’ll keep.
  • Floor plans: Bring a floor plan of the room if you have one, if not, bring the dimensions of the room. Bring pictures of the existing room.

Bring a List of Questions, Such As:

  1. How long have they been in the business?
  2. What is their scope of participation in the project, i.e. choosing countertops, fixtures, appliances, wallpapers and flooring?
  3. When can work start on your project?
  4. What are the payment options and arrangements?