June 2018 Winner – Custom Cabinets

Adam & Rachel Phillips

Adam & Rachel Phillips

Wichita, KS - Phillips

This kitchen was expanded eight feet, creating a large new space that was grounded with a beautiful island that includes seating, storage, and wine fridge.  It is topped with Cambria quartz. New appliances were installed in a previously empty hall area. New flooring was installed in the kitchen and through the adjoining living area in several shades of grey and brown, like the smoke color mission shaker style cabinets with bronze pulls. Along with the glass sparkle in the quartz, the oversized Spanish subway tile, and metals, all of the colors come together with the light from the large picture windows with a lake view … creating an additional blend of colors that we call “gorgeous greige.” What a fun project for our team!  We are so glad these clients trusted us with their home.

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June 2018 Winner – Cabinet Redooring

Ryan & Michelle Thompson

Ryan & Michelle Thompson

Knoxville-TN-Thompson

These 1990’s cabinets were painted during a previous update, and were in desperate need of some help. To give more functionality to the space, modifications were made to the existing cabinets by enclosing the end of the peninsula, where previous dog bowls had been and turning the space into a spice rack pull-out. The ice maker space was replaced with a trash pull-out and larger doors were ordered to cover the mail slots and cubbies. The final modification was building out the space that was under the desk to make it a function cabinets. All the doors and drawer fronts were replaced with new ones in white shaker while the cabinet boxes stayed in place and were painted to match. Mission accomplished for the client!

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June 2018 Winner – Cabinet Refacing

Noah & Dan Liberatore

Noah & Dan Liberatore

Highlands Ranch, CO

What a fun project! This contemporary high-rise condo needed some updating. The kitchen was modern when it was installed, but was starting to show its age.  The original dull maple doors were transformed into a shiny glossy look. The cabinets were refaced using our Elegante door style in durable RTF and fossil grey color. The new quartz countertop with a full height quartz backsplash was icing on the cake for this modern downtown condo.

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June 2018 Winner – Cabinet Refacing

Charles & David Huber

Charles & David Huber

Miamisburg, OH

After 31 years, this homeowner decided they wanted a modern and brighter kitchen. The new shaker doors and drawer fronts in in white and kitchen island in a contrasting color enhanced the beauty of their kitchen.  Updating the drawer boxes with new soft close slides and a Lazy Susan gave this kitchen functionality.

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  • Cabinet Refacing After

June 2018 Winner – Tune-Up

Andy & Laura Leigh Mathis

Andy & Laura Leigh Mathis

Flagstaff, AZ

Our proprietary Tune-Up brought these badly damaged cabinets back to life in only 1 day! New hardware was also added to update the style of the space. What a difference in this space!

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June 2018 Winner – Cabinet Painting

Steve & Susan Sneller

Steve & Susan Sneller

Sioux Falls, SD

This homeowner recently purchased their home in Sioux Falls but was not happy with the dark color of cabinets.  After finding us on Facebook, she decided to move forward with trusting us to paint the shaker doors, which were still in excellent shape.  She was intrigued with the Magnolia line of colors that Joanna Gaines uses on HGTV.  We worked with her and Sherwin Williams to achieve the colors she wanted, and the final look is amazing!  It is so awesome how a new color can completely transform a space.

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  • Cabinet Painting After

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