During a remodeling project, a part of your home is thrown into complete disarray, chaos and clutter increase, household routines are disrupted, and everyday items are packed away. At some point during the renovation, stress levels in your home will increase, leading to arguments or the proverbial "kicking of the dog."
Cabinet & Countertop Inspirations
Murphy’s Law … “If anything can go wrong, it will” … was coined at Edwards Air Force Base in 1949. Its namesake, Captain Edward Murphy, was an engineer working on a project to determine how much sudden deceleration a person can stand in a crash. Upon finding a transducer wired wrong by a technician, he remarked, “ If there is any way to do it wrong, he’ll find it.” The project manager added this to his list of “laws”, referring to it as Murphy’s Law.
A kitchen remodeling project represents a significant of your time and money. At various times in the planning process our clients ask a version of the following question … “What should I expect during the project?”
Spiceland Wood Products works to help you visualize the possibilities for your kitchen, bathroom, or other living space in your home. Over the years, our clients have confirmed the value of “seeing” their kitchen or bathroom as they review the design and make finish choices. As part of our process, we utilize cabinetry design software to generate realistic elevations of the finished space or project. The software even has the capability to include finishing touches in the space … pendant lights, rugs, furniture, or fruit bowls on the countertop … to give a realistic picture of the final product. Below are a few examples from recent design projects.