Have you hit the point with your kitchen where you can no longer stand how outdated everything is? Are you left longing for more space for cooking and entertaining? Well, you’re not alone! A local family from Frederick, MD was in the same situation and knew it was time for a change.
“My husband and I decided to remodel our kitchen because it was extremely outdated and very dark.” – customer
The contractor with which the family was working suggested Cabinet Discounters. Being close by, the family visited our Mount Airy showroom.
“We were given Cabinet Discounters through the contractor we chose to remodel the kitchen.” – customer
Upon visiting our Mount Airy store, the family met with designer Terri Reiter. They were overjoyed with their experience working with Terri and the entire Cabinet Discounters team.
“Working with Cabinet Discounters was great! Terri is amazing! There was so much that we didn’t know; Terri explained everything thoroughly. The installers were respectful, polite and knew what they were doing.” – customer
Working with Terri, the customers selected HomeCrest Cabinetry for their kitchen. The perimeter cabinetry has Ogilby Maple doors in an Alpine Opaque color, while the island cabinets have the same door style with an Onyx Opaque finish. The perimeter countertops are Absolute Black granite, while the island features Platinum granite. The backsplash is Florida Tile Retro Bulb Lily white ceramic tile.
“I am completely in love with my new kitchen! Every detail speaks of my and my husbands personality! We host several parties and family gatherings monthly! The kitchen is the top of the conversation and is a breeze to entertain in. We couldn’t be happier!” – customer
If you are like this family and want to put your own touch on a brand new kitchen, then Cabinet Discounters is the right place for you. You can sign up today for a showroom appointment with one of our experienced designers, or you can simply stop by one of our seven convenient Baltimore-Washington area showrooms and start building your dream today.