Are you tired of everyday life in your old, outdated kitchen? Are you noticing its flaws more glaringly each day? If you can relate to either of those issues, then it may be time for a kitchen remodel. A local family found themselves in that exact spot, and they knew that it was only a matter of time before a new kitchen was in their future.
“We decided to remodel the both the kitchen and the bathroom because they were old and outdated.”
This family remodeled both their kitchen and bathroom with Cabinet Discounters. The bathroom project, which was done second, was completed after the family originally had success remodeling their kitchen with us. Our commercials and positive online reviews were what led the family towards us.
“We chose cabinet discounters for the kitchen from seeing commercials and looking at reviews online, and also to have the entire project done from start to finish without having to look for outside contractors.”
Inside our Columbia showroom, the family met with designer Rebecca Blackburn Litton. She was able to create a plan that worked for them, and they were very impressed by all of her knowledge and expertise that went into the project.
“We were very pleased with Rebecca. She was very knowledgeable about the products and how to “pull it all together”. The contractors were also great and the best thing really was the lock box so we didn’t have to be there to let people in the house.”
Working along with Rebecca, the family selected Homecrest Cabinetry with Eastport Maple door style and Bison finish. The countertops are Key West Gold granite. The new kitchen now has plenty of storage space, while also being functional and creating a very easy flow.
If you are like this family and need a new kitchen and/or bathroom in your home, then Cabinet Discounters is the right place for you. Sign up today for a showroom appointment with one of our experienced designers. With seven convenient Baltimore-Washington area locations, there is a Cabinet Discounters near you. We can’t wait to get started on your project!