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I have had clients where style and the ultimate goal or look of the project weren't quite defined before we signed the contract.
Or maybe we all thought we understood the ultimate goal, but really, we weren't quite on the same page about what the client wanted for an end result.
Click through to see how we are coping with this on some of our larger scaled project proposals.
First of all, let me just say that I’m hardly an expert at managing finances. :-)
However, when Amanda Gates, Linda Holt and I talked recently in this teleconference about some ways to invest in your home with a lump sum of money that might befall one with a tax refund, I couldn’t help but dream up a few ideas of my own.
Click through to check out some suggestions from 3 interior designers from different parts of the country, who advise and work with clients and home improvements on a daily basis.
These kitchen backsplash dilemmas are just getting too good not to share. I do not make these up…..I swear!
I received these two uploads this week on one of my old blogposts about kitchen backsplashes. I couldn’t help but plunge in and answer, mainly because I love resharing these problems so others can benefit from the information.
Just when I think I’ve seen it all…..there’s another tiny deviation of where to end a kitchen backsplash or how to detail it.
I guess you could say this was a backsplash question. That is how it was uploaded into the comment section of one of my posts on backsplashes.
I mean, yes, there is a question about where to end the backsplash, but really, there’s a bigger design situation here, in my opinion. There’s the situation where the top of the cabinets and the top of the kitchen window line up and everything is all in a little row, below the ceiling.
I typically try to remedy this situation whenever I can. Here’s the reason why.
I'm sharing an e-design project that I did recently with you today cause I really love this one and I think it incorporates a lot of what this homeowner wanted without being an exact copy of her inspiration images.
This homeowner was kind enough to allow me to share it here on my blog. Let's take a look.....
You know those typical 4” high granite backsplashes that many kitchens with a granite countertop have? The ones you automatically get when you order a countertop at Home Depot or Lowe’s or your local granite fabricator?
You know the one that I have BEGGED you NOT to leave on when you go back in later to install a tile backsplash after the fact????
Well, I found an example of an idea I’ve been trying to sell some of my clients who have had a hard time believing this is a thing. Take a look.