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Island Design Trends for Kitchen Remodeling

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Design Build Planners typically creates three distinct design options for homeowners’ planned remodeling project. They generally show a wide range of potential budget investments. DBP titles the three design build remodeling plans as Modest, Robust, and the WOW package. Deciding what the individual plans will depict is a highly customized and interactive process. Family needs and desires are assessed through Design Build Planners project profile checklists, Houzz ideabooks, and a face to face consultation with all those involved. Kitchen island design ideas (1)Regarding kitchen remodeling, almost without fail, people want an island. Ideally an island set up to accommodate seating and eating. When asked what size, most answer, “As large as you can make it.” When designing a kitchen island for size and placement, Design Build Planners always considers dining tables in the kitchen, adjoining rooms, and the dining room for both family meals and entertaining. Continue reading

Power Grommets Add Convenience to Kitchen Islands

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In almost every kitchen remodel, "more outlets" is a part of a homeowner's needs list. Going a step further, we look to provide efficient outlets whenever possible. When designing an island, you can have a 2-tier (sometimes referred to as a waterfall) or a 1-tier island design. In a 2 tier design, the main cooking/prep area is 36", while the seating area is 42". This island allows the placement of outlets along the small wall between the two counter tops. Continue reading