Who says outdoor living is limited to the summer months? Homeowners are spending more quality time outside and as a result, investing wisely in their backyards. This shift has inspired new products and innovations in the outdoor living market. This is where NatureKast comes in.
Our customer came to the Parr Cabinet Design Center in search of a wall-to-wall home office desk to fit under an existing window. He wanted the masculine style and colors of a classic den, and for the piece to feel built into the room. In addition, our customer needed a balance of practical storage solutions for both big and small items, such as file cabinets, decorative books and curio displays.
Cambria has selected Parr Cabinet Design Center as an elite kitchen and bath retailer. Cambria is the leading innovator in natural stone. Cambria surfaces are completely maintenance free, never need sealing, and resist staining and scratching common in kitchen and bath settings. Read the full press release below.
From hidden appliances to bold hardware finishes, here are three of our favorite 2017 Kitchen Trends.
Are you in the market for new cabinets? Here’s a tip you should keep in mind when selecting the type of wood the cabinets are made out of:
No matter which wood type you choose for your new kitchen or bath cabinetry, no two pieces of wood are exactly the same.
Stains are likely to exaggerate the difference between open and closed grains and other markings in wood. Grain variation and color change should be expected. As hardwood ages, it will darken when exposed to different types of light. Color differences or changes in wood can also be caused by exposure to harsh chemicals, extreme heat, or other contributing external conditions. In addition, wood species exhibit other defining characteristics, such as mineral deposits/streaks, knots, sap runs, pin holes, and wormholes. These markings make the wood unique and contribute to its enduring beauty.
Check out the kitchen remodel video below. It’s a time-lapse video that starts with the tear out of a dated kitchen, and ends with a beautiful kitchen that will make your friends drool.
Andon Martin is a highly experienced design consultant with a BS in Housing Studies from Oregon State University. His collaborative style helps developers, builders and homeowners meet their individual goals on design and budget.
There are an infinite number of cabinet design combinations available, which can make the selection process a bit daunting. This article highlights three popular cabinet designs and provides readers with a head start on finding the right kitchen cabinets to fit their needs. The design experts at Parr Cabinet Design Center are well versed in cabinet designs from modern to traditional, so schedule a free design consultation today to start your project.
In the past, kitchens weren’t prominent rooms in our homes. Instead, they were often hidden away and simply considered places to prepare food. Until the late 60s, home design favored separating the kitchen from the main living area with at least a door but often a full hallway. Even more extreme were the layouts of English manors, such as those seen on Downton Abbey, where the kitchen was located on a completely different level than the main living areas. Homeowners wanted guests to see an orderly and beautiful home rather than the mess that was required to prepare the meals. Today, this concept is about as popular as wearing a bustle and as practical as employing a valet.