Published at Friday, 17 November 2017 by Lola Humphrey in Kitchen Design, with total 32 pictures.
Advanced Education levels- first, a good certified kitchen designer (CKD) should have a good understanding of the industrys set standards that one is required to have to effectively undertake the supervision of a kitchen construction and completion and those involving all the kitchen-remodeling activities. He/she should possess vast knowledge on the national and local design building codes and preferably, the National Kitchen and Bath Association principles. In addition, he should be very conversant with the quality of the material to be used in the construction of different types of product designs, for maximum safety during use. This knowledge will be of great help in making a kitchen project a success.
Time frame- a skilled designer will find working even with sophisticated clients specification easy thus they will design your kitchen into what you want within the shortest time possible, without comprising the quality of the Kitchen Design.
Assessment skills- a skilled kitchen designer should be in a position to evaluate the clients budget, specifications and more importantly the lifestyle. This will enable him/her to develop the best kitchen layout ideal for the clients goals. This would probably lead to repeated customers.