KBIS 2010 Designers on Twitter

kbis designers KBIS 2010 Designers on Twitter
Our list of exhibitors on Twitter at KBIS continues to grow but we also want to highlight the Designers and Media who are the key between consumers and vendors.
Follow these designers on Twitter for live updates from the show and don’t forget to keep following us on Twitter @Charles_Hudson.
@InDetailSays
@SusanSerraCKD
@lucy1375
@AndieDay
@Kitchen_Sync
@DebraToney
@saintpetepaul
@whitespace_LA
@jbint


Media & other interesting folks on Twitter at KBIS
@Propageur
@LaurenHunter_HW
@kitchens_com
@Bathonista
@SphereTrending
@KBIS2010
@kirkschreck
@michaelanschel

  • KapsnerHomes

    Great article–looking forward to Step 2! As one of the “good” General Contractors/Builders, we feel that full-transparency with our clients is key, and potential clients are given full access to all of our past clients for this very reason. My only minor issue with this article is, that you list this as a question to ask: “How much did your project run over budget?”

    I know that builders and GC are notorious for not budgeting construction projects properly, not advising clients of budget scope creep, and for unforeseen budget busters. And yes, we’ve had a couple of projects go a little over budget, too (but the client insisted on $130/sf tile in the kids bath, so what can you do!?!). However, a good contractor should build in a line item for unforeseen budget overages and should advise the client at each step of materials selection to help them keep the budget in line.
    Thanks for the great article–happy to be following you!

  • Meredith

    Ah, we have to wait for Step 2? This was just getting good. Thanks for offering this useful content. I’ve been worried that I’m not checking my GCs references as well as I should be. I was making the exact mistake Deren mentions here, only going as far as the references provided.

    • http://www.charlesandhudson.com Charles & Hudson

      Thanks Meredith and Deb – check back each day this week as we get even more in depth on checking references. Hopefully you’ll find these suggestions vital before hiring your next GC or sub.