We’ve all heard the saying “less is more”, but sometimes “less is just necessary” in kitchen design and in the design business itself. In an article in Kitchen & Bath Design, editor and Interior Designer, Janice Costa describes in this article (page 7), how Kitchen Design Showrooms and Design staff are getting savvier and utilizing technology to increase sales and productivity in smaller showrooms.

At Domicile we’ve made the most of our kitchen design showroom and space, featuring a large selection of natural and man-made countertops with appliances, electronics, inset cabinet lighting and a variety of convenient features to showcase efficient use of space. We also display how to utilize every inch of space in your design with our custom-made cabinetry.


We are very fortunate to be centrally located in the Design District in San Francisco within close proximity of other industry-related suppliers. But even with our prime location and seemingly large showroom we turn to technology to help support sales and design. As Costa, pointed out our team of designers have created a virtual showroom for online customers looking to “window shop” prior to physically visiting the space. In our design consultations and sales meetings we turn to technology, like our website to showcase our project gallery and various kitchen remodeling videos as design resources.

If you’re looking for a kitchen design or remodel, contact our team of professionals at Domicile in San Francisco.

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