Use Our Kitchen Visualizer to Bring Your Design Ideas to Life

Kitchen remodeling is always an exciting undertaking. You get to choose exactly the cabinets, countertops, and other features that you want in your ideal kitchen. Although you may have some ideas, it can be difficult to visualize how your finished kitchen would look with the features you want. Should you choose cherry-colored cabinets or maple-colored ones? Our Kitchen Visualizer helps you get an idea of how your chosen elements would look together.

 

When you first open the visualizer, you will see a sample kitchen from two angles. The slider on the right lets you choose different kitchen layouts, including different island styles. There are four different categories for which you can adjust the color and material:

 

  • Countertops: The first option that you can change is the countertops. You will find natural stone, quartz, and synthetic materials in a wide range of colors. When choosing a countertop, think about what color surface you might like to work on when preparing food. The visualizer will also help you get a sense of whether or not the pattern on the countertop is too “busy” for your taste, which can be difficult to tell from just seeing a small square sample.
  • Backsplash: The next option lets you change the backsplash that will be behind your stovetop and other areas. There are many stone and glass tiles in different shapes, including rectangles, hexagons, and diamonds. You also be able to see whether or not the backsplash meshes well with your chosen countertop.
  • Cabinet color: Perhaps the most crucial choice is the color of your cabinets. Since they take up a majority of the space in your kitchen, it will probably be the first thing that you notice when you walk in the room. A general rule of thumb is to keep the cabinets within the same color “family” as the rest of the elements in your kitchen. While you can’t choose the style in the visualizer tool, if you order custom cabinets for your NJ kitchen, you will be able to change that, as well.
  • Floor: The last option is the floor, which will tie all of your other elements together. There are a variety of tiles to choose from which mimic the look of wood or stone.

The best part about the visualizer is that you can keep changing your mind and trying different combinations to decide what would look best. Once you have some ideas in mind for your kitchen remodel in NJ, you can schedule a free consultation with one of our designers. Give us a call today to get your project underway.