BENEFITS TO GRAPHIC RENDERINGS
You might ask, are there benefits to graphic renderings of my kitchen or bathroom renovation project? Is it worth the price to see what my project would look like before it is built?
Think about this. Cabinet valance. Fillers. Wood veneers. Shaker style. Glossy finish. Matte finish. Laminate doors. Appliance garage. Apron front sink. End panel. Magic corners. If you’re not a contractor or interior designer, terms like these make a home renovation seem like learning a new language. There is so much to look at! And yes, making decisions can be nearly impossible when all you have is a magazine photo and building plans. How does one imagine their future kitchen or bathroom based off a tiny sized sample and a set of black and white plans?
To better understand the benefits of renderings, Coordinated Kitchen and Bath has put together a mixture of renderings and final product photos of a bathroom renovation we completed on the North Shore of Vancouver.
Do you really want to spend well-earned money on a custom vanity, or an entire kitchen, when you struggle to see or picture the end result? A 4×4 counter-top sample is gorgeous, but without seeing the entire slab, can you imagine what it will look like in your space? And what about that accent wall? Maybe that “Deep Carnation” paint colour will be too overpowering? Maybe it will clash with the rest of the finishes? Instead of dealing with headaches and confusion derived from these stressful decisions, consider having a 3D graphic rendering for your next home project.
Graphic renderings can help homeowners see what their unique space would look like after a renovation. They are vivid, highly realistic, three-dimensional, photograph-like visualizations of your future space. You choose the finishes, materials, colours, appliances and accessories. There are virtually no limitations. You can see your space from any angle. You can see your space at different times of the day, in different lighting conditions. Most importantly, you can make revisions if you see something you don’t like before the work is actually done. Much easier and less expensive than having to do so after the installation is complete. Less waste, less change orders.
It’s time to stop asking your contractor what a functional “work triangle” means. Put an end to wondering whether that backsplash will clash with the flooring. If you are overwhelmed by the amount of choices required by a home renovation, graphic design renderings can give you peace of mind. They can let you see what you might not have been able to before.
Coordinated Kitchen and Bath offers the services of professional graphic renderings with its design build services. Come into our studio at 123 East 1st Street, North Vancouver and learn about how we can help you visualize your kitchen and bath dream.