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Create a Wishlist

Begin to organize your ideas

Every renovation project is different. Some are more complex than others. Creating a list will help you form a better understanding of the size of your project.

What are your project goals?

Make a list of everything you want to accomplish when your project is completed. You may want to brighten the area, create more storage or simply update your style.

What would you like to add?

Have you ever wanted a large cooktop and wall oven for your kitchen? Perhaps a coffee bar area has always been a dream of yours. Now is a good time to consider your options. 

What would you change?

Most of us have been annoyed by some aspect of our kitchen that doesn;t seem to make sense. Make a list of the things that bug you about your existing kitchen 

Make selections

It's easier than you think to start

When faced with many choices it can feel overwhelming and difficult to know where to start. A good place to begin is by selecting the largest or most prominent item first and working your way down to smaller accessories.


Your cabinets will make up perhaps the largest part of your project so it can make sense to select this first. Start simple with light or dark and then consider style.


The countertop is likely the second-largest item in your new kitchen. Quartz and granite stone are available in a wide variety of designs and styles.


The small items can be accents that tie the design together. Your handles can play a big roll in the mood of a design for example.

Create a sketch

Your floor plan plays a big part in your design

A sketch will allow you to better communicate your project to designers and contractors. Quotes and estimates are more easily calculated and are often more accurate when starting with a sketch.

Sketch the walls

Start with the basic shape of the room where you are planning your renovation project and just sketch the walls.

Add elements

Mark the locations of any windows, doors, openings, and appliances. You can also outline the existing countertop or island for reference.

Measure and label

Measure each surface, window or opening and note on your sketch. Record appliance sizes and other details as well.