Pull Out Drawers, Cabinets and Shelves! Oh My!

One thing I love about designing and remodeling new kitchen spaces for our clients is the chance to incorporate little luxuries that make life so much easier! Pull out cabinetry in the way of shelving, spice racks and even trash and recycling makes a world of difference in the level of love you have for your kitchen. Check out these kitchen amenities below and start thinking about ways you can improve your kitchen (and your life)!

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NARI-Certified Remodeler in Our Midst

At Kitchen Design Concepts, we are pleased and proud that one of our own is a NARI-certified remodeler and, in fact, one of only about 22 women to hold the Certified Remodeler designation from NARI. Jennifer Sherrill is the President of Kitchen Design Concepts and is active in the remodeling community. As a member of the NARI board, she oversees the education committee and loves helping others gain the knowledge they need to step up their expertise and skills in this exciting field. If you are in Dallas and by one of our showrooms, either in Carrollton or in the Lakewood area, please stop by to say hello to Jennifer and the rest of the Kitchen Design Concepts team!

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Kitchen Photo Gallery

Ever thought of remodeling your kitchen but didn’t know where to begin? Maybe you just like to dream of beautiful kitchens. Either way, our online photo gallery has hundreds of beautiful photos to inspire you. Organized into three categories – Traditional, Transitional and Modern – you can find the style that suits you or browse all three!

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Clever Kitchen Banquettes

When I think of banquettes, the word clever comes to mind due to their functionality. First, they are super nifty for making great use of space. When you don’t have a lot of room in your kitchen, banquettes are nice because you don’t have to allow for extra room that you need when using chairs that are going to be pulled out only to go back in. Another great advantage is that you can often squeeze in an extra person with a banquette because you don’t need the side space required of chairs and, because there is no seam, people can sit continuously along the banquette without discomfort.

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Farm Sinks with Flair

Farm sinks, also called apron-front sinks, date back to the nineteenth century but are perfectly great in the modern kitchens of today. They are typically made of fireclay, which offers a smooth, non-porous surface that won’t rust or dis-color. They are about the size of a double sink, but without the divider, making them popular for cooks who use a lot of large pots. It is also a great solution for those who bake, like our client whose kitchen is featured here. She is a professional baker and this sink allows plenty of room for large baking sheets and bowls. With so many choices in sinks these days, make sure you look around before settling on the same old thing.

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