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Style that Sizzles, Convenience to Love

Maximize your space and style, regardless of the size of your kitchen.

If you’re looking to save space and create a more efficient kitchen –without sacrificing style – combinations of semi-custom cabinetry and our organizational tools will help ensure there’s a place for everything you need – in a budget and style that suits you.

Removable pull-out recycle bins, pull-out pantries that hold a family’s worth of food and back door “drop zones” that keep your keys, coats and messages organized will have you wondering how you ever managed without them.

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Today's computer design tools make it possible for your in-store design associate to help you personally fashion a kitchen, bath or built-ins to precisely suit your needs-even rescue leftover inches for a slender pull-out pantry or utility closet. Areas previously considered dead space have been reclaimed, re-imagined, and re-configured for maximum utility.

And all this convenience doesn't mean a sacrifice of great looks-to the contrary. An increasing emphasis on designing cabinetry with distinctive furniture-like styling results in highly functional spaces where you'll be eager to host guests and that segue seamlessly from kitchen or bath to adjacent rooms.

Furniture-inspired details transform utilitarian cabinetry into natural extensions of the rest of your home. Carved brackets and mouldings, for example, turn a stove into a hearth-like focal point, echoing design elements from an adjacent room or establishing their own appealing style theme to play off of elsewhere. Decorative base, column, foot or leg treatments add a personalized, eclectic feel-as if you've mixed in a flattering piece of furniture.

Wood, paint and glaze finishes, too, are ever more specialized, with the depth and variety of tonal effects you'd expect in high-end furniture. A mix of wood and painted finishes in the same room or a single painted accent makes a room feel spontaneous and welcoming.

Another creative tool is to place furniture-like units-perhaps a glass-fronted display cabinet or interesting desk, serving counter or storage bench-where the kitchen segues into an adjoining space. Smoothing such transitions makes a home appear larger and allows rooms to flow naturally from one to the other.

So, whether you simply want to add a little convenience and organization to an existing kitchen or create a stylish vintage, modern or continental look from scratch, today's options help you think outside the traditional cabinet box for a kitchen that's a joy to live with.

 

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