New Kitchen In An Old Row House

Having an older kitchen can be quite the hassle. Either your cabinets or countertops aren’t able to hold up through all the wear and tear, or the space is no longer functional. That’s where a local family found themselves living in an older row house in the center of Annapolis.

DSC_7763-edit“We remodeled as kitchen was maybe 1940’s bead board cabinets with lead paint and limited cabinet space. Also wanted to maximize exposure to screened porch.” – customer

Using the recommendation of someone they had previously worked with on another project, the family visited the Cabinet Discounters Annapolis showroom and met with designer Meg O’Neill. They were very happy with the experience and even when a problem with the project arose, things were corrected to their satisfaction.

DSC_7762-edit“Given Meg’s name by stager of previous house. Cabinet Discounters was great and Meg was able to re-work design after initial placement of refrigerator was problematic. Meg was able to incorporate modern convenience with our exposed brick walls and vintage wood open shelving.” – customer

Working with Meg, the family selected Brighton Cabinetry for the project with Hillsbrad doors and Maple Iceberg paint. The countertops are Caesarstone Cosmopolitan White quartz. The new space is able to remain open and allow access to the screened-in porch on the backside of the house. The kitchen also incorporates some exposed brick to show the historical roots of the house.

DSC_7779-edit“We love our new kitchen – it is our favorite room in the house. Caesarstone counters are gorgeous and so far bullet proof.” – customer

If you are like this family and are in search of a new kitchen, then Cabinet Discounters is the right place for you. You can sign up today for a showroom 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.