Kitchen Design Plus, LLC of Toledo, Ohio offers the highest quality in design, cabinets and installation for home remodeling and new home construction. Our kitchen and bath design gallery is the perfect place for you to begin your remodeling project!
We have a warm and welcoming design team, dedicated to superior client service. We offer an amazing selection of multiple cabinetry choices. We design and install beautiful kitchens and baths that will last a lifetime.
Our cabinet manufacturers have been chosen for their quality workmanship. We represent an array of styling choices from prestigious cabinet manufacturers such as Wood-Mode, Brookhaven, Diamond, Kitchen Craft and HomeCrest.
Cabinets might be the most important part of your kitchen design. It's important that they fit well in the room/house they are built it in.
How to organize your cabinets to maximize the use of space:
You can use cabinets in coordination with wall and floor colors to set the tone for the whole room. See below how this kitchen associates the green color with natural wood cabinets.
Make sure to match the cabinets with the style of the house. This design shows how modern cabinetry fits well in this house.
Your kitchen cabinets will set the tone for the whole room. In dark areas, you can select soft colors to offset the lack of natural light. Your choice of wood will have the most impact on the cabinet’s ultimate look. If you want a light look, you could start with a light wood like ash, beech, birch, oak, maple, or chestnut. In the mid-range, consider cherry with a natural finish. For a dark kitchen, start with a wood that has a little color to it.
Spending some time up front thinking about how you use your kitchen and what space and storage needs you have can save you time not only during the installation of your new kitchen but also during the preparations for your first dinner party in the new space. With a little planning now, you won’t have to think twice about where to find the ice tongs or the corkscrew. Consider everything that’s in your kitchen now and where you would put it in your newly configured space. Note on your new-kitchen blueprint what you plan to store in each cabinet and drawer.