Have you recently moved into a new house that is in need of renovation? Is the kitchen in your new or current home not functional for your family’s needs? Would you like your kitchen to reflect your personal design style and space? A local family found themselves in that exact spot and was ready to make a change.
“We bought the house with the expectation that we’d renovate several of the spaces to make them more functional and reflective of our personal taste. We started with the laundry room as a way to get into the renovation process and identify contractors and vendors we wanted to work with. After that project was completed we turned our attention to the kitchen. We both enjoy entertaining and Tim is an adventurous cook who makes his own sausage and beer among other things. The existing kitchen was too small, cramped and had builder grade appliances. We knew we wanted to expand the kitchen by removing the wall between the kitchen and office. We lived in the space for almost two years before we decided exactly how we’d renovate. The final design involved removing a 4×16 foot bulkhead, converting the three existing windows into one 10 foot window and moving the range and refrigerator to the far end of the house where we’d have room for larger appliances. As we finished up the kitchen project we started designing the bookcases and windows seats in the dinning room to replace the lost storage in the old office.” – customer
Once in our showroom, the customers met with designer Claudia Gillespie. They were very happy with Claudia and any other member of our team they encountered along the way.
“We may have started working with Claudia because she was available at the time we wanted to meet, but we continued to work with Claudia because she was easy to communicate with, responsive, and had good solutions and ideas. We asked a lot of her throughout the process and she consistently delivered answers to our questions in a reasonable time frame. She also helped solve challenging situations that came up during the process. The delivery process was easy to manage, albeit lengthy. It did take a few days to get a delivery scheduled and the next available date was a couple weeks out. As we ordered more cabinets the delivery process did take less time. The delivery people were courteous and timely.” – customer
Working along with Claudia, the customers selected Brighton Cabinetry for all of their projects. The laundry room has Cottage doors with Maple White color and Gray glaze. The storage in the dining room is done with Bryant doors and Maple White color with Gray glaze. The kitchen has Fairhaven doors with Maple White color.
“We’re very happy with the outcome in each room. The quality of the cabinets shows, especially in the areas we completed years ago. As we’ve used the cabinets we’ve come to value some of the features more and more. Like the low profile face frames and full depth drawers. We can put a lot of stuff in the cabinets and drawers but they also extend out far enough to see everything we have.” – customer
All of the newly remodeled areas in their home have been quite useful for the family. Everything now works for their specific needs.
“We’ve found our new spaces to have great form and function. The laundry room has ample storage for cleaning and outdoor supplies, as well as enough space to double as a baby changing station. The kitchen layout provides much more work and storage space than the old kitchen. We’re able to make large family meals and entertain with plenty of space to put people between the kitchen and the dinning room. Overall, we’ve achieved exactly what we wanted in the space for storage and function.” – customer
If you are like this family and are looking to put your personal touches on your home, 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!