When it comes to remodeling a kitchen, bathroom, or any room in your home, good design needs time. Time to imagine, brainstorm, plan, and shop for the right products that will bring your dreams to fruition.
At Cabinet Discounters, we work with clients from step one to the final results, allowing as much time as necessary for a successful redesign plan to be completed to the satisfaction of all involved.
Annapolis showroom designer Joey Melo worked with the Mackowick family from Crownsville, MD to redesign and install a beautiful new bathroom that would be updated and functional, with classic style.
“Our master bathroom was all original from when the house was built in 1993. It looked dated and was just worn out. Plus the shower enclosure was small and confining. Everything just had to go except for the Jacuzzi tub.” The Mackowicks
Using custom Brighton cabinets in a Cherry Hazelnut finish and contrasting Cambria Cuddington quartz counter top, a warm, spa-like environment was created. Updated lighting, separate mirrors and added drawers for storage completely make over the vanity area.
A newly tiled jacuzzi tub and shower were greatly desired by the clients and the results are stunning. Conestoga tile was used in varying sizes and natural color tones.
“The tile installation and large, all-glass shower enclosure look great. Our new bathroom is much more attractive and functional than the original one. We’re very happy with the final result. The bathroom looks stunning and the work and materials are all top-rate. Everyone from Joey Melo on down was great to work with. We can’t think of anything we would have done differently.” The Mackowicks
“My experience working with the Mackowick’s was great. We kept in touch constantly throughout the project to assure things were going smooth. I was extremely pleased with the outcome. Joe Melo of Melo’s Construction did a wonderful job installing the bathroom and working with the customer to make their remodeling experience easy and rewarding. It is definitely one sharp looking bathroom.” Joey Melo, designer