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KOHLER Kitchen & Bath Inspiration - Customization

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Kohler Kitchen & Bath Inspiration

Stunning home improvement and design ideas to renovate and revitalize your bathroom and kitchen, featuring exceptional products by KOHLER.

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Important Steps Before
Starting Your Renovation Project

Whether you're a DIY enthusiast or an expert renovator, there are
several important steps you need to take before beginning any
reno project, big or small.

Prolific™ under-mount single bowl kitchen sink with accessories; Sensate® Touchless Kitchen Faucet; Prolific™ bamboo cutting board; Prolific™ Multi-Purpose Grated Rack.

Featured in photo: Prolific™ under-mount single bowl kitchen sink with accessories; Sensate® Touchless Kitchen Faucet; Prolific™ bamboo cutting board; Prolific™ Multi-Purpose Grated Rack.

Artifacts® pull down kitchen faucet and Whitehaven® Apron Front Sink.

Featured in photo: Artifacts® pull down kitchen faucet and Whitehaven® Apron Front Sink.

Hayridge™ design on Whitehaven® kitchen sink, Purist® kitchen faucet.

Featured in photo: Hayridge™ design on Whitehaven® kitchen sink, Purist® kitchen faucet.

Strive™ apron front kitchen sink and Sensate® kitchen faucet.

Featured in photo: Strive™ apron front kitchen sink and Sensate® kitchen faucet.

  1. Create a wish list for your new space.
    Try to keep in mind factors that can impact how
    your space is shared with others and how it will
    be used. In addition to personal style, consider if there are any current issues that need to be addressed, such as plumbing fixtures or space,
    as well as must-haves (e.g. larger shower, better lighting, etc.). It's also good to think ahead about
    how the space may also be used in the future.
  2. Set your priorities.
    The "must-haves" and any other items
    that are most important will rank at the top
    of your to-do list.
  3. Start planning according to your newly
    prioritized wish list.

    If you are working with a contractor, consider
    using a bid form to protect yourself and as a
    guide to complete specifications; it's best to
    ensure all details are clear and finalized. When planning your budget, make an allowance for
    10% for unplanned expenses that may pop up
    during the demolition phase.
  1. Prepare for the unexpected
    during construction.

    It's important to approach your project as a
    complete plan, with every step and decision
    worked out beforehand — from detailed
    drawings with dimensions to considering waste removal options, thinking these through will help
    to avoid costly changes. Write a project timeline
    and review the scope immediately following demolition; all changes and updates should also
    be kept in writing. If all of these steps seem overwhelming, another option is to consider
    hiring a project manager for much-needed
    support during stressful renovations.

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