It was an exciting experience working with DC Interiors & Renovations on our project. As amateur remodelers, our original plan called for a simple upgrade of our horseshoe-shaped kitchen; painting the dark cabinets, adding a pantry, installing some new appliances and pendant lighting.
But Deb Corning took one look at our 35 year old kitchen and proceeded to show us what could be, opening our imaginations to things that we never considered before. What was once a kitchen separated from the dining area by a peninsula was turned into an open and inviting space with the addition of an island that joined the two rooms together.
After we settled on the new kitchen layout, Deb walked us through the selection process; reviewing flooring samples, cabinetry, light fixtures, backsplashes, furniture and the other design elements that go into the finished product. She also introduced us to her subs that would be performing the work on our kitchen and we were able to tell them exactly what we wanted.
It’s hard living without a kitchen for 6 weeks but the wait was made easier because all of the contractors who worked on our project were true professionals who treated our house with respect throughout the construction phase. Any construction job can be a daunting prospect but it will be made easier if you choose the right people and we did just that with Deb and her team.