Today the guys are assembling a new kitchen from River Run Cabinetry. My client originally approached me requesting a reface of the existing cabinets. Cabinet refacing involves replacing all the doors and drawer fronts. Sometimes it’s just the face lift you need especially when you have expensive countertops that you DON’T want to replace. In this case the counter tops needed replacing as well. After exploring the price options we found that for just a little more I could offer my client these all wood cabinets from River Run. In addition, new cabinets offered us the opportunity to tweak the existing layout into something more efficient for the customer’s needs. If you are looking for quality and great value these are the cabinets you’re looking for. You can even assemble them yourself if you prefer the “I did it myself” approach. Just click on the “Assemble Your Own Cabinets Link” to the right. My clients selected a birch wood door with applied moulding. It has a warm stain and a dark glaze. New black appliances will fit right into the color scheme. These are being installed next month. Stay tuned for before and after photos. Next Post: What is the heart of the heart of the home?
Brendan Donovan & Trevor Collins
Welcome to Kitchens for Living! As many of you know I was with Masters Kitchen Gallery since its inception, fifteen years ago plus! We had a nice long run and for that I’m very grateful. At Masters, whenever we needed total custom cabinetry we turned to Brendan Donovan. Since the economy has brought about so many challenges to our business, I have noticed that the segment of our industry that has thrived is the cabinet shop. It is here that one can still find the beauty and soul of a hand-crafted product with flexiblility in price, thanks to low overhead. I’m very excited to be working with Brendan and Trevor and thank them for welcoming me to the team. In the coming posts I will show you what we are working on and how these projects just might relate to you and what you are dreaming about for your own abode. If you have questions about your own kitchen or suggestions drop me a line. I’d love to hear from you.