Many kitchen and bath dealers may claim to have custom cabinets in Chestertown. To determine if that is true, let me explain the different classifications of custom cabinets.
There are 3 types of cabinets that cover any type of cabinet you can buy. Some are considered custom cabinets and some are not. The cabinet types are usually called stock, semi-custom and custom. The differences are in how they are made, the level of customization available and often the quality.
Teknika Baths and Kitchens is pleased to offer bathroom and kitchen design in Queen Anne’s County Maryland. The county is a rich consortium of towns each with their own unique history. Some examples include:
Hire a Chestertown kitchen designer and your remodel process will be smoother. Can I guarantee it will be stress free? Only if you are the type to “go with the flow,” which some people can be even in the middle of a remodeling project. On a side note I am not a go with the flow person which is why my designers and I really try to make it easier. I will guarantee that if you hire the “right” kitchen designer, your kitchen renovation will be so much easier, less stressful, maybe even enjoyable. Here are my 3 ways that hiring a Chestertown kitchen designer is worth the extra cost.
Teknika Kitchens and Baths has recently relocated to Chestertown and offers exceptional kitchen and bathroom design in Kent County Maryland and surrounding areas. We have been enjoying learning about our new home and its history. Kent County is a peninsula founded in 1608 by Captain John Smith who spent time exploring the Chesapeake and its tributaries. He finally landed in modern day Rock Hall after sailing down the Sassafras River. After his explorations Smith wrote: “Heaven and earth never agreed better to frame a place for man’s habitation,” of the eastern shore of Maryland. It is still true today.
When looking for help with designing a custom kitchen, Chestertown homeowners can turn to architects, interior designers or kitchen designers. What expert do you choose? Let me explain where I see the differences.
Bathrooms can be small, sometimes miniscule, so what do you do to get your best bathroom design for your space? Do you need to hire a designer? As you can guess, my answer is yes and I can give you 6 reasons why I think it is in your best interest to hire a designer even for the little bathroom projects.
Many homeowners feel that the kitchen is the most important room in the house when it comes to resale. However, studies have found that home buyers really think that a well-designed bathroom makes a home worth buying. While many house hunters are getting used to fabulous kitchens, bathrooms can still be an afterthought, so the truly marvelous stand out. Let’s examine how you can get your bathroom to be an inspirational design.