Back To Gallery Blanchard Project A magazine worthy kitchen, showing off great visual appeal using darks and whites. Lighting inside the glass door cabinets adds that classy touch without feeling overdone.
Back To Gallery Cormier Project Clients wanted to achieve simple, sleek, straight lines. With no moldings, this design achieves the non-busy look that some prefer. Constructed in an espresso stained birch with Glacier White corian tops. Most of the doors are hinged at top vs. the more traditional hinged on the side approach.
Back To Gallery Gallant Project This contemporary style kitchen incorporates classic grey solid lacquer on the perimeter layout and a hickory stained in a “Slate” spray stain on the Island. The colors work very well together. Fantastic visual appeal, plenty of storage, counter space and seating. Nothing was missed on this one.
Back To Gallery Miller Project This contemporary gem has plenty of functionality with tons of storage, accessories and even a hidden pantry. Plain slab cabinet doors are a stained Cherry veneer with an MDF core.
Back To Gallery Ratte Project Not to be limited by lack of upper cabinet space, this layout still allowed for the right balance of counter space, storage and aesthetics. Done in an espresso stained oak.
Back To Gallery Robichaud Project The perimeter cabinets on this project are constructed in a yellow birch and finished with a historical white with worn off edges. To give this kitchen even more pop, you can see the Island stained in a teal green with a dark brown glaze, also in birch.
Back To Gallery Wright & Landry Project This kitchen is made out of yellow birch finished in a “Gossamer Grey” solid lacquer with the Island also made out of birch but stained in a dark espresso for contrast. Crowned to ceiling and with “wide” style shaker doors.