Here at Legacy Kitchens, we know a thing or two about design. We know that designing your new kitchen is not about us. It's about you.
So, before we do a lot of talking, we do plenty of listening. We learn about you. How you use your kitchen... and what you like about it. What you need in your new kitchen... and how to make it work for you.
Then we go to work doing what we love: creating a kitchen that's not only beautiful, but functional. A kitchen designed to meet your specific needs and exceed your expectations.
You know what you want in your new kitchen... let us help bring those ideas to life.
Four Ways To Prepare For Your Initial Kitchen Consultation
If you’ve scheduled a meeting with one of Legacy Kitchens’ designers, here are a few
ways get the most from your initial consultation.
• Let it go. Take a few moments to think about how you currently use your kitchen. Make a mental list of what works and what doesn’t. But be open to new suggestions - just because you’ve always kept the cutting board in the third cabinet from the left doesn’t mean that’s the best place for it. If you’re like most people, you adapted to the space you had. However, working with Legacy Kitchens is about designing a space that’s customized to your specific needs.
• Get real about your lifestyle. When you close your eyes and imagine dinnertime, do
you see your family gathered around the dining room table, the aroma of fresh baked bread wafting from the kitchen, as you pass the potatoes? Me neither. Think about what kind of meals you typically prepare. How many people are involved in the process? Do you entertain a lot? The selection and placement of appliances and other amenities can greatly improve the function of your kitchen. The right design can keep hungry masses at bay and be efficient at the same time.
• Gather your thoughts. Our designers will help you identify and refine your specific style. However, creating an idea board on Pinterest or saving magazine clippings is a great way to identify and convey not only what you like, but what you don’t like.
• The “B” word. The material selections and design of a kitchen can greatly impact your budget. Having a candid conversation with your designer about your financial goals for the kitchencan save both time and money. Legacy Kitchens has an extensive array of brands and suppliers to meet a wide range of budgets.