Design Ideas Our process Design is one of the first steps for any remodel project. For one flat design fee, one of our designers will work with you to build your dream project. This includes the initial consultation, creating 3D previews of your design ideas, and any follow-up appointments. Once you have approved the plan and signed the contract, our designers work directly with our own team of installers to turn your dream into reality.
Cutting Edge Technology
We are always looking for new ways to serve our customers.
Detailed 3D Rendering
Our designers use the latest software to build and visualize the exact plan for the kitchen or bath remodel. Many of our suppliers provide digital catalogs for this software, so these previews are very accurate. Check out this rendering of an actual kitchen remodel project:
Online Follow Up Meetings
Want a design change, but can’t make it to our showroom? No problem. Our designers can set up an online meeting for small changes. For new projects or a changing products, is it better to visit our showroom, so you can see the products in person.
Aging In Place
Remodeling a home with aging in place in mind can help you prepare for the future, and make your home more valuable.
The CDC defines aging in place as:
The ability to live in one’s own home and community safely, independently, and comfortably, regardless of age, income, or ability level.
We have experience designing and installing accessible kitchens and baths suitable for Aging in Place. We also understand that everyone has different needs based on functional levels and plans for the future, which may go beyond the American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessibility standards.
- Living independently with one or more disabilities
- Preparing for old age
- Mother-in-law suites
- Increasing the value of your home
- Grab bars
- Wider doorways
- Roll-in shower with bench
- Relocated light and fan switches
- Relocated water controls
- Bidet toilet seats
- Accessible vanities, sinks, and counter tops
While you may not have an current need for fully accessible housing, simple changes during an aesthetic remodel, such as widening doorways, reinforcing walls to support grab bars, and using accessible counters and vanities can go a long way towards making a home more accessible, should the need arise for you or a future resident.
Accessibility With Style
Just because a home is accessible doesn’t mean it should look like a sterile healthcare facility. We have the same eye for design with accessible floor plans as we do with every other remodel project, and believe that accessibility features and the design of a room should complement one another.
Our Accessible Remodeling History
In addition to installing the occasional grab bar and accessible bathroom sink, the founders of Innovative Interiors and their team completely renovated a house for a relative who has cerebral palsy, which gave them a new perspective on the needs of those with limited mobility. Through this relationship, we have learned best practices from physical therapists, and other healthcare professionals.
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- National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA)
- National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI)
- American Standard
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