… and in 2009, our family was ready to start renovating the kitchen. We spent three months gutting the works, installing new cabinets, browsing new sinks and utilities, and making sure everything looked just right.
But at the end of the project, we were over budget and the kitchen looked nothing like what we expected. We were disappointed and frustrated: after all, why should a quality kitchen cost as much or more than a new car?
Deep down, we knew that we weren’t the only ones with this problem. There had to be a better way to balance costs, quality, and the way everything looks.