Here at German Kitchen Center, we want to make sure you have all the assistance you can get. We created a customized list of the potential people involved in your kitchen renovation process.
In addition to your essential kitchen team such as your contractor, kitchen designer and supplier, you may want to consider hiring some additional professionals such as:
•An Architect •A project manager •An interior designer •A lighting designer Hiring an architect – Sometimes you may need an “architect of record” in order to submit plans to your building and/ or the city and to pull permits. The other function of an architect would be for creating a design, but keep in mind that in regards to the kitchen design your architect would be working with your kitchen designer.
A project manager – If you can find a good project manager this is usually quite helpful for the project. Quite often homeowners end up managing their projects on their own, but if you are busy running your personal and professional life, a project manager can come in handy.
An interior designer – You may not need an interior designer if your architect is helping you with the interior design, but on the other hand you may not need an architect if your interior designer can handle all the planning.
Sometimes an interior designer will also help you with all your decorating needs including fabric and furniture selection so if you really want to create a fabulous space, an interior designer is great!
Lighting designer – Quite often this function is overlooked, but is quite essential if you want to create a truly perfect space. Your kitchen designer can probably help you with everything, but hiring more professionals if you can afford to and if they are good can take your project to the next level.
If you visit our kitchen showroom, one of our designers will be happy to work with you to build one of the finest modern kitchens. Our kitchen experts understand how to best utilize your space to elevate your kitchen's form and function to new heights.