Questions You Should Ask Our Kitchen Designers
Many people who are hiring a kitchen designer are doing so for the first time. Feel free to interview our Modiani kitchen designers and to ask the following kitchen designer questions to find out if our designers are the right partners for your project.
May I review samples of your work?
This should be one of the first questions to ask, and please rest assured that all of our designers have a beautiful portfolio of traditional and modern kitchen projects. Make sure that you find your designer’s work impressive and that it is in line with what you would like to see for your own kitchen. The wide range of our designers’ work will show you that we at Modiani Kitchens are capable of adapting to your specific requests.
How do you ensure your work stays up to date?
New product and material innovations are constantly being launched, so make sure you work with a designer who is up to date. Our kitchen designers at Modiani Kitchens regularly attend workshops and trade shows, and our company heavily invests in research and product development. Please rest assured that our European kitchen models are latest products on the market considering the most recent trends in the design world.
How many years’ experience do you have?
Make sure to get an idea of how long your designer has worked in the kitchen design industry. Keep in mind that the age of your designer is not always the best indicator for quality. Try to understand the level of experience of our designers and ask for any previous certifications.
How flexible are you?
If you have a busy life or work schedule, make sure your designer is available to meet and plan with you whenever works for you. Make sure you work with someone who you are comfortable asking kitchen design questions, communicating with and who will establish a workflow that works for you.
What are your terms?
Once you have chosen your ideal kitchen designer at Modiani Kitchens, you can talk about the specific terms of the project. Be very clear about what is being provided to you as it is important to have a solid agreement worked out before any work begins on the project.