How I can Help you

I am a certified Kitchen Designer in the greater Sacramento, California area. My website is www.ultimatedesignkitchens.com

New Home design in Lake Tahoe. I am going for a rustic modern feel with greyed weathered wood floors,  light neutral cabinets with a pop of white counters with the rustic feel of the stone backsplash and metal raised seating counter.
New Home design in Lake Tahoe. I am going for a rustic modern feel with greyed weathered wood floors, light neutral cabinets with a pop of white counters with the rustic feel of the stone backsplash and metal raised seating counter.

I can be hired in person or online to help you with your new kitchen remodeling endeavors. I can be hired on line to do project consultation and plan review. If you have architectural plans or just sketches you put together I can review them with you and make comments or suggestions so you can start on the right track from the very beginning. If you don’t have plans yet and are looking for ideas or a set of plans that you can use for permits, you can take measurements and send them to me so I can create plans for you.

Then we can work online via  team viewer that can be installed easily on any computer, or through email, photos and phone consultations till you get the plans you like. With the amount of time and money you will be investing in your new kitchen remodel you can’t afford not to hire a consultant with a fresh set of eyes to review your plans. With 30 years of design experience I can help you avoid those costly mistakes. Something as simple as a light switch inconveniently placed or a door that is hinged the wrong way or placed just slightly wrong or just needing an outlet that does not exist can be a frustration and a costly change order after all is said and done.

We can take this through to the cabinet design and surface specification phases (including appliance specification ideas). For local homeowners, we will start in person, at your home and preferably with your contractor (or mine if you wish). I can help you determine which walls can be removed or moved and then, working with my CAD program and 3D rendering, help you determine the best layout of your new space and prepare  the plans necessary for permits when/if required.Sac 1900 kitchen remodel  Click on each image to see full plan.

I can also be hired for  consultations on your appliance choices, layout and space planning, cabinet options, surface specifications, design style, or DIY organization. Sometimes it just helps to run your ideas past a pro and make sure that you are making the right choices to achieve your design goals. My goal is to prevent you from thinking “I wish I had thought of that”  in hind sight.  I can’t wait to hear from you! This process is something I am very passionate about.Kyle 3d complete

I can be contacted via email or phone:

design29@sbcglobal.net

jenny@ultimatedesignkitchens.com

I hope to hear from you so we can create the new kitchen of your dreams.

6 thoughts on “How I can Help you”

  1. I purchased a home in Volcano, Ca and plan on a kitchen remodel. I need help with layout ideas from an expert. Can you tell me about your pricing?

  2. Hi Pat, Can you tell me which picture you are referring to? I went back to my “how can I help you” page to see if there was a picture there you might have been talking about, but I do not see a photo there. Let me know which picture and which post or just call me. 530-903-2229 and we can discuss it. I hope to hear from you and I hope I can help.

  3. Is there any way you can tell me the name of the color of the cabinets? I’ve been looking all over for that color. Thanks

  4. Hi Dede, Sorry for the delay. Yes this is possible but the lattice will be harder to clean prior to the refinish. If you are tired of the lattice look, this is a good time to think about changing it out with something like glass, metal, chalkboard or various types of cool resins that will update your look. Check out my blog post in the Cabinet category called “change your cabinet inserts….” to get some ideas and links to places to get them.
    You can take out the lattice, refinish and then put the new inserts in. The material you use will depend on the overall look you are going for but this can be a really inexpensive way to update your kitchen. Good luck and post pictures when you are done.

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