Category: The Business of Kitchen Design
What Does a Kitchen Designer Really Do? Phase 3
Most Kitchen Designers will have already devoted 25 hours to the Pre-design and the Design Development stages of a Kitchen Project before they get to ordering the product needed for their project. Read on to see how what phase 3 entails and how many hours are still needed to be devoted to the project.
What does a Kitchen Designer Really Do? Phase 2
Design Development is an exciting part of the Kitchen Design Process. Read on to see what is involved and how many hours most Professional Kitchen Designers devote to this stage.
What Does a Kitchen Designer Really Do? Phase 1
Kitchen Designers need to possess a variety of skills. Over a series of 4 blog posts we will discuss what a Kitchen Designer really does and calculate the number hours they invest in a design project. Starting with Pre-Design.
Check out our “Firsts” with this Blog . It is the first guest blog for Jan through VESTABUL SCHOOL OF DESIGN and is the first time 2020 Design has included a Guest Blogger on their platform. We love the format and hope you will too!
Why Appliances Drive Kitchen Designers Crazy! Part 2
Understanding the Science of Design when it comes to Appliances is an important skillset for the Kitchen Designer. Mistakes made with appliances can derail a project and be costly to the bottom line. Read on for an introduction to the Science of Kitchen Design & Appliances.
How to Determine Your Client’s Kitchen Budget
The price of a kitchen can vary widely based on layout and products chosen. Kitchen Designers need to educate consumers about this. Read through this article to see the best strategy for doing this.
The Best Design Process for Kitchen Designers
To be successful as a Kitchen Designer you need to have a design process. Without one you will be spending a lot of time with no results. Start using this process today to increase your closing rate on your Kitchen Designs.
Marketing Your Kitchen Design Business
When marketing your Kitchen Design business you want to stand out from the crowd and show prospective clients how you can transform their space. DESIGN YOU CAN SEE is a marketing technique that will do both for you. Read more about it here.
Has HGTV Helped or Hurt the Kitchen Design Industry?
Many home design professionals complain about design shows on TV, but maybe we should be applauding them.