Our advice — take the time to think through your design. Your kitchen has to be equal parts function and beauty because, after all, your kitchen will be lived in. Start with our checklist, then begin gathering ‘what you like’, then utilize the expertise of a Holiday Kitchens’ dealer to pull it all together.
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Deciding to redesign a space in your home might just be the easy part. Figuring out how to create the space you dream of – within the parameters of your pocket book – might just be the trying part. Is it possible? It is possible, says Virginia based Holiday dealer.
Nordic Kitchen and Baths Inc. “Nordic Kitchens and Baths was originally found as Nordic Cabinets, Inc. in 1986 by a Norwegian master cabinetmaker and his son, the current owner. We were one of the first manufacturers of European cabinetry in the city of New Orleans. Our cabinets were both solidly crafted and innovative. As our interests evolved, our focus became the overall design and furnishing of products for upscale kitchens and baths. In 1995, Nordic Kitchens and Baths, Inc. was created to cater to this niche. Time has seen the expansion of our luxury products to include not only cabinetry, but also appliances, lighting, plumbing fixtures, and more. We attribute our success to our satisfied customers who return to us again and again.”
A recent article that appeared on theBoston Globe’swebsite in the House and Home section featured 9 Hot Trends in Kitchen Design.
If you follow the Holiday Kitchens Blog – you probably have noticed we like to discuss current trends and what we are seeing in the industry. We definitely agree with these top four trends:
A white kitchen is clean, cheerful and timeless space that provides a feeling of warmth and comfort. White kitchens are lighter, simpler, and can be traditional and modern at the same time. It is no wonder that white continues to be the most popular among painted cabinetry recently specified by 59% of NKBA member kitchen designers, while other colors were specified by only 38% of designers according to the 2012 Kitchen & Bath Style Report.