If you are interested in learning about Universal Design or considering the concept for your custom home or remodel project, Parr Cabinet Design Center is an ideal resource. We can explain the products and concepts that make Universal Design an efficient, affordable, and long-term benefit for your next construction venture.
Though kitchen remodels are among the most popular, rewarding, and valuable home improvements, without the proper plan and guidance they can be very expensive and risky. According to the 2015 Remodeling Impact Report from the National Association of Realtors, a complete renovation of a 210-square-foot kitchen has a national median cost of $60,000 and can recover 67% of that cost at selling time. Recognizing the cost and value of a kitchen remodeling project can help minimize the risk and save time and money. Parr Cabinet Design Center can help you determine a budget, design the layout, choose a contractor, select the right kitchen cabinets and countertop, and avoid some of the common pitfalls.
In the market for kitchen cabinets? Aesthetics are important, but here’s a quick guide to help you recognize key elements of cabinet construction and quality.
The stability and durability of a kitchen cabinet depends on the quality of its box construction. So how do you determine whether or not a box is built to last? Look for how it is reinforced. The box is most commonly made from particleboard, MDF, or plywood. Look for triangular braces in the corners of the box or a beam brace that runs in a dado slot along the inside of the side panels or along the back. These methods will ensure the box remains rigid and stable.
At the Parr Design Center, we specialize in more than just kitchen cabinets. This exquisite bath remodel features stunning Kemper Cabinetry, provided by Parr. The door style is Gallatin Rustic Alder in the color Whiskey Black.
Looking to paint your kitchen cabinets? You’re not alone. Buying trends indicate this DIY project will continue to gain popularity throughout 2016. If you want to avoid the mess, time and expense of a full kitchen renovation, repainting your kitchen cabinets might be right for you. Comparatively, it is a relatively quick, budget friendly route. However, before selecting your new cabinet color, recognize what the project requires.
After 25 years in their home, Pat and Mary decided it was time to remodel their kitchen and laundry room.
The once closed off kitchen was completely redesigned to be more inviting and functional. By doing so, they now have a kitchen island, equipped with a sink and prep station.
This sophisticated kitchen incorporates elements traditionally found in a Craftsman style space.
The homeowner selected the AristoKraft Winstead doorstyle, which is a full overlay shaker available in Maple, in the Umber finish. Incorporating the dark, rich woods reinforces the Craftsman style and places an emphasis on the cabinet’s natural beauty.
This remarkable, custom-built home is located on the Puget Sound in West Seattle, Washington. While the exterior of the home is distinctly Mediterranean, the interior features both traditional and French country styles.
For most families, the kitchen is the heart of the home and a place for the family to hang out together. That’s why it’s important to find the right style to suit your lifestyle and tastes. Today we take a quick look at three distinct kitchen styles: modern, contemporary, and industrial.