After a dissatifying experience with a free design from a cabinetry showroom, we asked Adam to redesign our kitchen, which was to include moving a doorway and tearing out two walls. Adam is acustomed to working with high-end clients but happily agreed to work with us on our beat-up 1952 ranch to redesign our kitchen on a modest budget of $1000 for a floorplan. He came to our home, measured, listened, and came up with a three variations of a different layout. We are very detail oriented, and he spent weeks working with us, tweaking the design and trying different things until he addressed every conceivable issue. He is very patient and laid back, just a nice, down to earth guy. He's not afraid to tell you if you have an idea that won't really work, which is what we paid him to do, but he is equally good at taking your best ideas and finding a way to make them work. He never makes you feel that any question or concern you might have is trivial. In this case we were dealing with a small kitchen with four doorways, and hardly any counterspace. He came up with a beautiful open layout with more than twice the counterspace including a spacious peninsula. For $1000, we were expecting only a floorplan, but he was able to provide 3-D renderings and elevations for the same price. We then asked for additional work to include a lighting and electrical plan and paid $350 for the extra work. Because of the way we (as a married couple) worked, the process took the whole summer and Adam never seemed impatient with us or asked for money up front, even though I brought it up more than once. Once or twice during the back and forth we had to wait a few days for him to get back to us on questions, but he was always apologetic, and he always turned around the next set of drawings quickly, within a week and often sooner. I would highly recommend Adam to anyone doing any kind of kitchen or bath remodel, regardless of your budget. He is a CKD and CBD and is worth every penny.