Custom Kitchens

Some of the must-have features for a custom kitchen include:

  1. Durable, attractive countertops: Countertops are an essential part of any kitchen. They should be durable, easy to clean, and visually appealing.

  2. Statement cabinets: Cabinets are another important feature of any kitchen. They should be functional, stylish, and able to accommodate all your storage needs.

  3. Fewer upper cabinets: Upper cabinets can make a kitchen feel cramped and cluttered. Consider using open shelving or fewer upper cabinets to create a more open and airy feel.

  4. Single and double kitchen islands: Kitchen islands are a great way to add extra workspace and storage to your kitchen. Consider incorporating one or two islands into your design.

  5. Walk-in pantry: A walk-in pantry is a great way to keep your food organized and easily accessible. It can be used to store dry goods, canned foods, and even fresh produce.

  6. The latest kitchen technology: Smart appliances such as refrigerators, ovens, and dishwashers can make your life easier by allowing you to control them remotely using your smartphone or tablet.

  7. Eye-catching backsplash: A backsplash is a great way to add visual interest to your kitchen while also protecting your walls from spills and splatters.

  8. High-style faucet: A high-style faucet can add a touch of elegance to your kitchen while also providing practical functionality.

  9. Built-in appliances: Built-in appliances such as ovens, microwaves, and refrigerators can give your kitchen a sleek and integrated look.

  10. Statement lighting fixtures: Lighting is an important part of any kitchen design. Consider incorporating statement lighting fixtures such as pendant lights or chandeliers into your design.

Some of the other things that we are seeing frequently requested or that we suggest for kitchens:

  1. Sneak in storage with narrow pull-out drawers between cabinets or appliances.

  2. Consider built-in storage solutions for pet food, dishes, beds, and more.

  3. Coffee stations in the pantry or on a kitchen wall closest to the living or dining room.

  4. Pot fillers.

  5. Under cabinet lighting and puck lighting in glass door upper cabinets.

  6. Waterfall islands

  7. Moveable islands/prep tables with built-in electrical outlets and retractable extension cord.