If you’ve recently moved into a new home, or if you’ve had a new home built, then you’ll certainly be looking to put your own touch on your new kitchen. Whether the existing kitchen needs a facelift, or if you want your own style to be reflected in your new kitchen, then you’ll want to get it exactly right. A local family had recently built a new home, and they wanted their kitchen to look just right.
The customers sat down with Meg, told her everything they wanted in their new kitchen, and gave examples of what they’d like to include. Meg went into action and devised a plan that fit perfectly within the new space.
With Meg’s help and attention to detail, the customers selected Brighton Cabinetry with Heritage door style. The perimeter cabinets are Maple Iceberg, and the island cabinetry is weathered grain Quartersawn White Oak Parched.
This new kitchen gives the customers everything they could possibly have wanted in their space. The large island provides a space for several chairs which can used to either visit with friends and family, as a place for kids to do homework, or even as a spot to relax and enjoy a meal or a cup of coffee together. The large, wood hood which adorns the walls fits in nicely with the full-height quartz backsplash. The wood grain of the island cabinetry creates an attractive focal point which truly ties together the white of the countertops and perimeter cabinetry with the warmth of the wood floor.
More space, more storage, and more function are all three things that were needed with this space, and that’s exactly what the customers received. Meg was able to truly turn their dreams into a reality!
If you are like this family and are in search of a new kitchen, whether it’s in your existing home, a new home to you, or you’re building a new 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.