Champlin Kitchen RemodelThe homeowners, who built this house in the 1980s, were ready to make improvements to aesthetics and storage. Nearly full-overlay raised-panel oak doors with soft-close features and full-extension drawers offered ergonomic accessibility to all drawers and rollouts, replacing their traditional overlay counterparts. The U-shaped layout was reconfigured to create a storage-packed island, and the contents of a cumbersome dining-room corner hutch was transferred to new LED-lit glass-door cabinets. Additional LED up/down lighting can meet all cooking and entertaining needs.
Features Ergonomic full-extension drawers and rollout accessories for a user-friendly kitchen. Cambria quartz countertops with natural stone backsplashes and intricate glass/metal accent detailing.