The Benefits of 3-D Modeling

 In blog, Kitchen

Colorado homeowners are well aware that a kitchen remodel can increase the resale value of your home. It’s easy to look at different materials and colors and choose your favorites, but it’s actually tricky to visualize what it’s going to look like on a big scale. You definitely don’t want to get halfway through a remodel and decide you can’t stand the countertops or cabinets. One way you can avoid this is by taking advantage of 3-D design tools so you can make the best choices for your kitchen.

Fast and Efficient

In the past, you would take a few paint chips or compare a few sample tiles to see if something looks right together, but it’s difficult to see the big picture. 3-D modeling allows you to not only see what materials look like on a large scale, but you can also make changes immediately and see the new results. You may decide you don’t care for a certain slab of granite and discover in seconds a new type of granite you hadn’t considered.

Experiment

One great benefit to 3-D design tools is that you can experiment with different combinations you may not have thought of before. Feeling whimsical? Play with new colors. Curious about a new countertop? Try it out!

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Save Time and Money

Understanding what your future kitchen will look like ahead of time promises to save you both time and money. If you’re in the middle a remodel and you change your mind about something, it can be a costly decision. In fact, it may not be in your budget to make a change. The right 3-D modeling tool can show you instant changes, and the more sophisticated tools can even be configured to reflect your particular kitchen.

Don’t Forget the Classics

Classic combinations are classic for a reason—they still look good over time. If you don’t know where to start, use a 3-D design tool to look at classic combinations and experiment from there.

Contact Niron Depot to work with one of our design experts. We can help you visualize your dream kitchen with our 3-D modeling tool. Explore countertops, paint colors, backsplashes, and more.