Over the last 3+ decades, clients have brought in a number of kitchen project file folders containing newspaper clippings and magazine articles which show photos of products they like. More often than not, the client looks at the clipping and can’t remember what it was that he liked!
Remember the notebook paper that you put in your binder mentioned in my last post? When you cut out an article or photo, glue stick it to ... Continue Reading →
One of the most mysterious processes in a kitchen or bath project is learning how to develop a budget that is realistic, based on your wants and needs. With reality show producers throwing money at their projects and consumers believing that the professionals are out to rob them, it’s no wonder that the process is confusing. It will take a few posts to cover this subject. Stick with me because it will be worth it!
The very ... Continue Reading →