First, Consult a Kitchen Designer

You have a vision. An experienced kitchen designer will help make it a reality. Early in your remodel process, consult with an expert in the field. Our CliqStudios kitchen designers have, on average, more than 10 years of experience. One of them will be happy to work with you. (There is never a charge for our design services.)

A Kitchen Design is More Than a Cabinet Layout

Your designer will do much more than visualize how the cabinets will look on the walls. As a kitchen expert, the designer will serve as a resource, coordinator, and sounding board as you finalize your remodel plans.. You will be advised on how storage, organization, appliances and design elements work together, and how to coordinate cabinet door styles, colors, new appliances, countertops, flooring and backsplashes. And your designer will make sure you consider the details that distinguish a good kitchen from a great kitchen, including spacers, trim, molding and toekick.

Design at Your Convenience (Even in Your Pajamas)

The CliqStudios online kitchen design process is convenient and personal. You will use computers, email and phone to communicate with your designer, as often as necessary to get the kitchen you want. You will work from your home, office or other location of your choice. And our service is entirely free, with no pressure or obligation to buy. When your design is complete, you will receive a custom, professional design packet (see sample design packet), complete with computer-generated pictures of your new kitchen, a detailed layout, and an itemized quote

So, if you are not inspired in a big box warehouse store surrounded by forklifts and plumbing parts, and you are not ready to spend 20% of your remodel budget on a boutique interior design shop, CliqStudios offers an alternative.


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Related Topics

Want a great kitchen? Learn more with the topics below to help keep your remodel plan on time, on task and on budget.
DIY or Pro?
Remodel Checklist
Replace or Renew?
Remodel Timeline
Remodel Budget