Our 5-Step Cabinet Design Process


Step 1: Initial Showroom Visit

Come in today to see our in-house showroom. You can walk in or make an appointment with our designers and they will:

  • Answer all of your questions and get to know you and your vision
  • Review your budget or assist you in establishing a budget
  • Discuss your ideas and review your Houzz idea books or Pinterest boards to fully understand your design wishes and desires

Step 2: In-Home Design Consultation

Our designers will schedule a time to come to your personal space to:

  • Discuss the existing space and dimensions, ideas for expansions and designs
  • Document your home with measurements and photos
  • Gather the necessary information to create a scope of work & preliminary design concepts
  • Gather the necessary information to create a scope of work & preliminary design concepts

Our consultation fee for a cabinet replacement project is $250, and $300 for a complete remodel. This fee covers time and travel.


Step 3: Preliminary Review Meeting

Approximately 2 weeks after your in-home design consultation, we will have a meeting at our showroom to discuss the following:

  • Preliminary space plan drawings and preliminary material selections
  • The scope of work for your project
  • Preliminary project pricing & budgets

Step 4: Design & Selection Phase

Once you decide to move forward with your project, we require a design retainer, which covers the following:

  • Revisions to the design, including final material selections
  • Development of construction drawings
  • Creation of formal proposal & acceptance

The design retainer amount ranges from $250 - $500 based on size and scope of your project. This retainer is used as a credit toward the final payment of your project.


Step 5: Construction & Installation Phase

When work is ready to begin, we will:

  • Arrange the removal of existing cabinetry, appliances and perform any demolition, if necessary
  • Make arrangements with your builder, architect or designer to coordinate installation, and
  • Provide project management services to ensure that everything runs smoothly and on-schedule