What We Do!Enhancing lifestyles through beauty and function
Miro Kitchen Design will apply our passion to fit your needs. Whether you desire a new bathroom, basement, entertainment area, built-ins, or bar.
Our process has been refined throughout the years, which ultimately yields a single-source firm. What does this mean to our clients? As our client, you will receive one point-of-contact. Our clients do not have to deal with the daunting task of mediating between architects, designers, suppliers, municipalities, and contractors.
It starts with a phone call. We will discuss the prospective scope and space, including your lifestyle, likes and dislikes, timing, budget and most importantly the vision. We would then ask for you to invite us over for an initial consultation at no cost to you, at which point we will discuss our conversation in more detail.
It is important that we understand your personal style and inspirations. Create and share your “Idea Books” from HOUZZ.COM or “Boards” from PINTEREST.COM with us. These two websites are alternatives to collecting magazines and clipping photos.
Initial in-home consultation
It is focused on reviewing the space/s, reiterating the things that were previously discussed over the phone, and talking realistic possibilities and or any constraints. We will photograph and measure the space, and associated spaces if any.
We will apply our intellect into preliminary design/s which is used to insure that we are “headed in the right direction”.
Preliminary Design & Budget Presentation
At our studio we will present the preliminary design/s and discuss the benefits, function, likes and dislikes. At this point we both will have a greater understanding of the entailed direction regarding scope and design detail, along with associated cost. This also lends the opportunity to look, touch, and feel all the different products we offer.
We will need a commitment from you to continue creating an extraordinary space that will linger long after the work is completed. With this commitment will come, final plans and pricing. These plans will evolve over multiple meetings together, ultimately concluding in a set of plans consistent and readied for permitting. They will include but are not limited to; existing floor plan, demolition plan, proposed floor plan, framing plan, mechanical plan, and detailed elevations.