Design Process

Kitchens and bathrooms are  the defining rooms in your home, a reflection of your design aesthetic as well as being the most utilized and therefore functionally important rooms. The creation of a new kitchen or bath is one of the most rewarding experiences, but the process can be complex and if unfamiliar, stressful.

At Dunton Woodworking, Leveraging our experience with 100's of past projects, we have developed a structure, professional approach to the design and development of your next kitchen or bath project and we invite you to learn more below

Step 1.  Initial Consultation. This meeting provides us an opportunity to understand the scope and scale of your project as well as get initial understanding of your design goals. This also give us an opportunity to walk through the various aspect to considering as well as broadly discuss realistic costs for different approaches

Step 2. Formal  Consultation. A more in-depth discussion about the design and direction we intend to take. Depending on your approach, we will either provide an in-depth scope of our recommendation and plans or work with your ideas to create a design that reflects your vision. 

Step 3. Visualization. From rough hand sketches to 3 dimensional virtual mock-ups, we will walk you through a complete conceptual rendering of your design in order to give you the most accurate understanding of what will be your final design

Contractors. We can provide you comprehensive documentation and pricing for use in bidding stage.

Step. 4. Build. Utilizing cutting edge machinery we build your pre-desigined cabinetry utilizing the highest quality materials and parts and building to the highest tolerances.  Our process incorporates following the detailed location measurements and design documentation we have created to ensure a fluid installation and a precise fit.

Step. 5.  Installation. We offer a comprehensive installation service including supporting the construction and/or installation of other aspects of a room. You can read more about our installation approach here: