5 Questions You Must Ask Before Designing Your Client’s Kitchen

Many designers new to kitchen design will want to dive into designing their client’s space as soon as possible. There is a lot to be said for enthusiasm, but you really need to sit back and formulate a plan. 

That plan begins with asking your client some questions. There are many questions that you may want to ask, such as, “What cabinet style do you want?”; “What finish do you want for your countertop?” or “Do you want a pro-range”, but these questions so early on in the process may not be the best way to start.  

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Get the Look with a Custom Hood

Specifying a custom hood for your client’s kitchen is the ideal way to focus the décor style of the room and to produce a focal point. The hood is an element in kitchen design that you as the kitchen designer are best suited to design and specify. 

I will be covering all aspects on specifying the mechanical aspect of custom hood design in an upcoming ICON Courses at Vestabul School of Design under the Science of Kitchen Design, but in this post I wanted to talk about the kitchen hood as it relates to the Art of Kitchen Design.

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