FIND PROFESSIONALS
SHOP BY DEPARTMENT

Kitchen & Bathroom Designers in Houston, TX

Let our real user reviews help you find the right Kitchen and Bathroom Designer for your next project.

Houston, TX / 50 mi
Kitchen & Bathroom Designers
115 of 239 professionals

Featured Reviews for Kitchen & Bathroom Designers in Houston, TX

Cabinets & Designs
Kitchen & Bathroom Designers in Houston, TX
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsJanuary 7, 2014
The Not So Big House The challenge was making a 1936 charming rock cottage with a meager 1,000 sq ft into something livable. The original kitchen was about the size of a closet. It was so small that the refrigerator has to go in the hall. The screened-in porch in the back had been converted into a nondescript room in the 1960’s that had a leaky flat roof and termites. In a nutshell, here is what we did. We tore out the existing kitchen and converted the space into part of the living room. We demolished the nondescript room and rebuilt it on a slab so that it would support a second story. The nondescript room became the kitchen and utility room of my dreams. The upstairs became a master bedroom, a master bath, and an office alcove. In the kitchen (since the floors in the living room are oak, the walls knotty pine, and the ceiling shiplap - all medium hues of brown) we selected a very dark ebony matte finish on the cabinets so that they would stand out from the rest of the wood in the house. The color and finish turned out beautiful on the Brookhaven knotty cherry that we used throughout the house. The stainless steel washer and dryer are part of the kitchen and go nicely with the other stainless steel appliances. We put Saltillo tile countertops with decorative Talavera tile inserts in the kitchen. We planned a 15 inch space above the wall cabinets to display some Talavera plates. The above and below cabinet lighting add to the overall ambience of the room. Since we don’t have an eating area, we use the island to seat up to six. The pull out drawers, the pantry, the “Lazy Susans”, the spice drawers and utensil drawer make efficient use of space and motion. We even have a pull-out drawer under my sink to store my dish scrubbers. My trim carpenter installed the bottom cabinet molding backwards, but it still looks great. We made the mistake of ordering a side-by-side counter depth refrigerator. We lost valuable storage space with the double doors and would have been better off with a single door refrigerator. We’ll just have to live with it for now. Upstairs, I used the same Brookhaven knotty cherry cabinets in a matte ebony finish throughout. These cabinets integrate well with the rustic look and feel of the entire home. We carved an office out of the wall in the master bedroom creating an alcove by flanking the desk with bookshelves. Large iron gates close off the desk giving me some mental and physical separation from it since it’s in my bedroom. The master bath has Saltillo countertops and Talavera sinks installed in the Brookhaven knotty cherry cabinets. We love the soft close doors and drawers. The hammered copper cabinet knobs go well with the bronze faucets and other hardware in the bathroom. Now, a few things about Cabinets and Designs and why you should select them as your cabinet designers. The job went like clockwork. Cabinets and Designs made it so easy. No surprises. The cabinets came in on time. My salesman, David, came out to the job site several times. He measured the space while under construction to plan, then measured again before ordering, and came out again when the cabinets were delivered to review installation instructions with the builder. David shared his experience and expertise to make the best possible use of my space for what was important to me. Now I have the a bigger “not so big house” with the kitchen and bath of my dreams in it. Thank you!
Whodid It Designs | Remodel
Kitchen & Bathroom Designers in Houston, TX
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsNovember 20, 2015
Our project was done with excellent workmanship and was finished on time. Especially enjoyed Sherry's creative suggestions we chose to implement that added special touches we loved. She oversaw the work in a professional manner, we will use her again.
MMI Design
Kitchen & Bathroom Designers in Houston, TX
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsOctober 29, 2012
Dona Holland of MMI Design (fna Craze, Inc.) is the consummate professional who assisted and guided us through an arduous and difficult remodeling project. she was always available and participated in all facets of this project, above and beyond what should be normally expected.
Jennifer Bajorek Designs
Kitchen & Bathroom Designers in Houston, TX
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsJune 16, 2021
Love the cabinets installed in two rooms. The laundry room design works perfect, added tall cabinet to store vacuum, countertop work space+basket storage underneath, and clothes rod for hanging clothes. And upper cabinets in the bar area have custom interior paint to match the wall. Great added space for our stemware & crystal!
Pink Door Designs
Kitchen & Bathroom Designers in Houston, TX
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsNovember 4, 2014
I hired Jamie to update my powder room and she did a fabulous job! She bought in fresh colors and added a beautiful mirror and storage space. I had a pedestal sink and no where to put hand soap and guest towels. She fixed all that and it's beautiful. She was professial, patient and cheerful through the process and I'm very picky.
Sweetlake Interior Design LLC
Kitchen & Bathroom Designers in Houston, TX
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsMay 18, 2012
Lori did some work for my husband when he first purchased our home. She was very professional and the work that was completed was amazing. I have since seen other work that she has completed on her own home along with some of her other projects. She never ceases to amaze me with her abilities and attention to detail.
Brickmoon Design
Kitchen & Bathroom Designers in Houston, TX
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsJanuary 31, 2013
We hired Brickmoon Design to draw plans for our small 1920 bungalow to add a 2nd bath and were hoping to get the washer/dryer into the house (from the garage). They came up with 2 main ideas, took dimensions and we had the survey done, but we have not made a decision on whether to 1) stay within our small 1350 sf footprint, or 2) add onto the house at a substantially higher cost. My husband doesn't want to spend the extra money to add on but I like the addition idea the best, so we have not gone any further. So far, we are out about $5,000 for plans and survey but are stalled. Brickmoon gave us exactly what we asked for, but I still think there has got to be a cost effective way to add an additional 200-300 square feet. Am I dreaming?
Chandra Stone, Interior Design
Kitchen & Bathroom Designers in Houston, TX
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsAugust 15, 2013
Chandra Stone is one of the best designers in Houston, Texas. She knows how to provide the best design for the client that fits their needs and requirements, and still always making it a space that other interior designers admire themselves. The project started several years back, but it is being done in stages. And I still love doing business with her even after all of this time has passed. She is simply one of the best, if not the best, interior designer I have ever worked with!
CLM Decor LLC
Kitchen & Bathroom Designers in Houston, TX
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsAugust 13, 2020
Claudia, I love the way you go deep and very professional in all your projects. You are the best! I cant wait to have your help again!
Montgomery Roth Architecture & Interior Design
Kitchen & Bathroom Designers in Houston, TX
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsJuly 9, 2013
Montgomery Roth professionals walk the talk! In our experience they are clear-thinking, courteous and have a bias for meaningful action. We enjoy working with them immensely.
List your business here for free - Learn More