How To Remodel Your Kitchen So It Compliments Your Cooking Style And Puts The Joy Back In Cooking, Even On A Shoestring Budget

When my wife Jessica and I first set out to remodel our kitchen we were overwhelmed by all the options.

I was surprised by how overwhelmed I felt because I had spent the last ten years working for an architect; drawings homes, designing kitchens, picking out countertops, choosing cabinets, coordinating with contractors and suppliers…

You name it and I had done it dozens of times.

But when it came to my own home I suddenly couldn’t make a decision. There were just way too many decisions to make and I wanted to be sure that my new kitchen would compliment my cooking style perfectly.

I bet you’re just like me and you want your kitchen to compliment your cooking style perfectly too.

But at the same time you have lot’s of questions about how to design a kitchen that functions as beautifully as it looks.

You’re probably asking yourself…

What’s the best countertop?

Should I replace or reface my cabinets?

What backsplash will match these countertops?

White or painted cabinets?

What’s the difference between ceramic and porcelain tile?

And those are the easy questions. Have you considered the difference between a “lazy susan” and a “super susan” yet?

Is quartz better than granite?

What about Dekton countertops?

The choices never end.

Did I mention appliances?

Have you even considered light fixtures?

But don’t worry. I’m going to walk your through all these choices and more, one bite sized chunk at a time.

You can’t make a wrong decision as long as you’re making an informed decision, and I’m going to make sure you make nothing but informed decisions.

When the last knob is installed on your cabinets you’ll have a kitchen that is perfect for cooking and baking. You’ll be floating around it like a butterfly, with every spice in its’ place and every spatula within reach.

No more rummaging through the junk drawer for a cake tester or pulling all the pots and pans out of the cabinet to find the lid for the frying pan.

Your days of looking for the long lost meat thermometer or lemon zester are over.

A bit of intelligent design is all it takes to guarantee that your new kitchen works as well as a cup of coffee in the morning or a glass of wine after dinner.

Want a quick-start toolkit that sets you on the path towards an intelligently designed kitchen?

Here’s what the toolkit will show you:

  • My favorite kitchen design software
  • How to layout an efficient kitchen
  • The best countertop for cooks
  • Where to buy quality cabinetry - it's not Home depot
  • Easy to clean flooring options
  • Lighting options that literally make cooking easier

I have some simple cheats to help you come in under budget too.

Ready to start designing the perfectly planned kitchen? Fill in the form below and I’ll immediately send you the quick-start toolkit.