We’ve said it once, and we’ll say it again… planning your project is a crucial step. It’s the step that some people jump head first into, while others procrastinate and avoid. Whether you’re team plan or team procrastinate, the step is still equally as important.
What Planning Looks Like
Though the process of planning looks slightly different for everyone, the same general course of action applies. Your first step is always to seek out inspiration. You may find this on Pinterest, Instagram, Houzz, or maybe it was something you saw on your last vacation? Regardless of where the inspiration comes from, run with it! After you’ve found your inspiration, share your ideas. To be specific, this part of your journey will include the following steps:
- A Project Consultation
- A Design Consultation
- Hire Karr Bick
- Discuss Budget Considerations
- You Approve the Floor Plan Design
- Build Out Evaluations
If you want more information on the rest of the process, we have a blog dedicated to sharing what you can expect from your remodel step-by-step.
Why Is Planning Important?
Planning isn’t always at the top of everyone’s list, but it’s a truly necessary step. Without proper organization and planning, your design journey is much more likely to experience turbulence. No remodel project has a promise of being 100% seamless, but we can guarantee that with good planning, you’ll have a better experience.
Additionally, people have been spending more and more time at home, which also means that there has been a surge in remodel projects. While we couldn’t be more grateful for this, it’s important to note that shipping and delivery timelines have been extended. Now more than ever, planning out in advance should be on the top of your to-do list.
The Tools We Have To Offer
At Karr Bick, we want you to be a part of the design process as much or as little as you wish. Part of this means giving you access to as much information as we can. On our site, you can find design freebies, which are dedicated to giving you all the resources you need. There you can find activities to help get your creative juices flowing, budgeting information, and layout help.
If you’d rather watch videos than make a list, our YouTube channel has great information too.