Philadelphia kitchen and bath, a blending on old and new
Philadelphia kitchen and bath projects can be minimalist or complex. Philadelphia kitchen and bath can have a unique character based upon the building they occupy. Philadelphia kitchen and bath should reflect the personalities of the residents who will be using them. How do you get the perfect Philadelphia kitchen and bath? Contact the experts at Teknika Design Group. They will walk you through every step of the process to create your kitchen or bath.
The first question most potential clients ask is “where do I start?” Collecting pictures from magazines is the best way to get a feel for your own personal style of Philadelphia kitchen and bath. There are clients who want to stay true to the period of the home. For them, a Philadelphia kitchen bath would have traditional elements and finishes. Some clients want to add their own personality to the kitchen or bath. These Philadelphia kitchen and bath would have pops of color, an interesting wood species or combination of the two. For those clients who have no direction, but like a multitude of things and want the space to be a timeless representation lasting for a lifetime, their Philadelphia kitchen and bath would take on a transitional feel. Sometimes you will see old melding with new, other times you will see old complementing new. Whatever the end result, your Philadelphia kitchen and bath should be a reflection of you.
Once you have a collection of ideas, a visit to the Teknika Design Group showroom is the next step. While meeting with a designer, you will discuss all the elements that are most important to your Philadelphia kitchen and bath project. Your designer will then schedule a field visit to assist you in narrowing down which elements best suit the space as well as your vision.
When all materials have arrived, the next step is watching the transformation of your Philadelphia kitchen and bath. From the first day of demolition, to progress made each day, you will begin to see how your original magazine pictures have been turned into your unique space. Once the last piece of hardware or tile is installed by your contractor and you have placed your own personal touches, you will begin to enjoy the hard work you put into the selections of your Philadelphia kitchen and bath.