DIY home improvement doesn’t mean you can’t get some tips and even help from the pros! So, if you’ve decided it’s time to start your kitchen remodeling project to overhaul that ugly, outdated, horribly laid out or non-functioning room – we want to help you with some tips from a professional, award-winning interior designer.
Patricia Davis Brown is here to help! Here, we’ve compiled some of her best tips for your kitchen remodel – AND a chance for you to enter to win a contest to work with Patricia to design your new kitchen.
Kitchen Remodeling Tip #3: Choose Natural Colors
Once you’ve decided on a color pallet – it’s much easier to make choices on flooring, cabinets, fixtures and more.
As Patricia discusses in her article 2012 Kitchen Colors Borrow from Nature, the latest trends are to bring the natural colors from outdoors into your kitchen.
Kitchen Remodeling Tip #2: Choose the Right Cabinets, Counters and Floors
Your kitchen cabinets, counters and flooring have a lot to say about your style. Together, they set the stage for the design in your kitchen remodel. So, take your time in choosing pieces that fit your style – and be sure they all fall within a similar style.
Patricia can also show you how to spot the slight differences in cabinet door details that make a big difference in style.
Kitchen Remodeling Tip #1: Start With a Plan
Patricia has a strong belief in this saying: “Fail to plan and you plan to fail.” And we’ve seen this far too many times in DIY home improvement projects.
That’s why she always suggests starting with a plan for your kitchen remodel. Patricia will teach you about the four areas to focus on in your planning from the layout, lighting plan and trends to the team members to help you pull it all off!
Hire Patricia for a Professional Kitchen Design Plan
How would you like to start your kitchen remodel with a professional design complete with your kitchen layout, lighting plan, and the full scope of work? AND one-on-one consultations with Patricia to see your DIY project through to completion!