Homeowners considering a new kitchen experience two types of pain: (1) the pain of living

Posted: March 9

A simple definition of a commodity is: a product or service that can be bought

Posted: March 9

These days it seems like everyone in our industry is talking about smart kitchens, smart appliances, connected-this and voice controlled-that. It’s a brave new world, indeed.

Consider:

Posted: December 3

So your customers fell in love with a Calacatta Gold Marble slab in the stone yard.

Posted: November 16

When it comes to appliance finishes, the end of Stainless Steel’s dominance as the favorite is predicted every time an appliance manufacturer introduces something different.

Posted: November 16

Remember way back when the kitchen was hidden behind closed doors?

Posted: November 16

Kitchen and bath dealers and designers crave consumer insights and trend information to help them better anticipate consumer needs. We examined what’s trending in kitchen design in a

Posted: November 16

Last summer a friend told me he was getting ready to remodel his kitchen. “Did I have any suggestions or recommendations?”

Posted: November 16

Maybe the most important decision you make when selecting a manufacturer revolves around good customer service. It is a part of everyone’s success.

Posted: November 16

...are BEFORE and AFTER pictures. Think about it. When you go out for initial consultation you get the BEFORE pics. Does any kitchen designer trust their memory? Or their eye at that moment to retain and process all the information?

Posted: November 16

All cabinets in the photos are primed only, to be finished on-site. Doors are a special design, featuring V-Grooves on MDF panels. 

Posted: November 16

The wine storage cabinet shown above is 30”W x 30”D and has legs from Osborne Wood Products attached. The depth is reduced for the wine storage section.

Posted: November 16