Need a new custom look for your kitchen but can’t afford to shell out the money for a design consult? Not interested in spending hours going from showroom to showroom trying to figure out what tile goes with the countertops you like? A local kitchen design firm, KitchenLab, has come up with a solution they call Design in a Bag. Rebekah Zaveloff, the designer behind KitchenLab, created designinabag.com with her husband, John Nichols, to give homeowners a simple and inexpensive way to get professionally coordinated finishes for their kitchens. Chose your style (modern, classic, vintage), and then select from several different looks (shown here: the Highgate). Bags are priced between $99 and $199 and include samples of cabinetry, countertop, tile, glass, and four 8” x 10” paint samples. You also get four color 3D renderings showing your finishes with the different wall colors, plus info on how to buy and care for your finishes. Coming soon: Design in a Bag for the bath.

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Need a new custom look for your kitchen but can’t afford to shell out the money for a design consult? Not interested in spending hours going from showroom to showroom trying to figure out what tile goes with the countertops you like? A local kitchen design firm, KitchenLab, has come up with a solution they call Design in a Bag. Rebekah Zaveloff, the designer behind KitchenLab, created designinabag.com with her husband, John Nichols, to give homeowners a simple and inexpensive way to get professionally coordinated finishes for their kitchens. Chose your style (modern, classic, vintage), and then select from several different looks (shown here: the Highgate). Bags are priced between $99 and $199 and include samples of cabinetry, countertop, tile, glass, and four 8” x 10” paint samples. You also get four color 3D renderings showing your finishes with the different wall colors, plus info on how to buy and care for your finishes. Coming soon: Design in a Bag for the bath.

 

Need a new custom look for your kitchen but can’t afford to shell out the money for a design consult? Not interested in spending hours going from showroom to showroom trying to figure out what tile goes with the countertops you like? A local kitchen design firm, KitchenLab, has come up with a solution they call Design in a Bag. Rebekah Zaveloff, the designer behind KitchenLab, created designinabag.com with her husband, John Nichols, to give homeowners a simple and inexpensive way to get professionally coordinated finishes for their kitchens. Chose your style (modern, classic, vintage), and then select from several different looks (shown here: the Highgate). Bags are priced between $99 and $199 and include samples of cabinetry, countertop, tile, glass, and four 8” x 10” paint samples. You also get four color 3D renderings showing your finishes with the different wall colors, plus info on how to buy and care for your finishes. Coming soon: Design in a Bag for the bath.

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