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Dear Drury Design,

Do you do 3D drawings and renderings? I’m not good at visualizing things and I feel like I could do a better job planning a new kitchen if I could just see what we’re talking about.


Megan from Highland Park 


Our expert providing the answer to this week’s question is Senior Designer Samantha Schoell, CKBD. Samantha has been with Drury Design for almost 7 years. 


Hi Megan, 

This is a good question and one we get quite often. The answer is YES! We offer both 3D wire frames (black and white images) and colored renderings. These come standard with our process so clients can better visualize how their space will look. No matter the area of the home or size of the space, we will happily provide these.

Check out the following images to see how 3D renderings help us take a project from concept to reality:

3D wire frame drawing

3D rendering

Photo of the finished project

“Rendering” could be a term that some may not know. The word refers to a photorealistic image or a representation of what a space will look like. Most the time, renderings are done in color with the materials the client has chosen for the space. A rendering from Drury Design is a representation of your space with the countertops, cabinets, tile, floor and all other materials (plumbing, appliances, etc,) we help you choose. We put it all into a rendering so you can see what your new space will look like.

As you could imagine, renderings are critical when it comes to making big decisions. They help you get a feel for your choices. They can help you confirm your decisions, or realize that maybe you want different colors, patterns, cabinet styles, etc.

Thanks for your question. I hope this helps! We’re standing by, ready to help you visualize your new spaces via wireframes and renderings – just give us a call!


Samantha Schoell, CKBD


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