A Unique Look Leads To Stunning Results

In search of a rejuvenated look for their kitchen, the Aunon family of Clifton, VA stopped by the Cabinet Discounters showroom in Chantilly. That’s when they met designer Ramsey Haddad.

DSC_2880-edit“Ramsey Haddad was recommended to me from some of my neighbors and his long history and experience in the business made me feel comfortable knowing he would be helpful with the entire project and not just cabinet choosing. He is really knowledgeable and helpful. I would recommend him for sure. I chose Cabinet Discounters because I felt that I was getting the same product as other suppliers had for less money. The quality seemed to be roughly the same, so why pay more?” – Mrs. Aunon

The Aunon family was noticing that their old kitchen was starting to look a bit worn down, and it no longer was functional with the current home.

DSC_2887-edit“I wanted to update my kitchen because it was starting to look ‘tired’ and wasn’t flowing with the rest of my house anymore, so I decided to do the kitchen reno now instead of waiting until I want to sell and then go through the changes!” – Mrs. Aunon

With Ramsey’s help, the Aunon family selected a unique color combination for their kitchen. For the perimeter cabinetry, they chose maple Brighton Cabinetry with Neoga Ridge doors and a Maple Parchment finish. The island cabinetry is also maple and from Brighton, but features a custom light green paint. Throughout the kitchen, the counter tops are sleek Taj Mahal quartzite.

DSC_2902-edit“I am thrilled with the result, especially when I saw the customer choose a custom color green island, and how it looks great with the parchment. My goal, with every new project, is to learn what the customer wants and enhance it and give them a final result that they’re proud of.” – Ramsey Haddad

If you’re like the Aunon family and are in search of a new kitchen, Cabinet Discounters in the place for you! Stop by one of our seven convenient Baltimore/Washington-area showrooms and start building your dream today!