This Masterbath remodel designed by KDP designer Valerie Waterman uses KraftMaid's Sedona maple door style with the Saddle finish. The countertop is Zodiac Crema Marfil with two rectangular white porcelain undermount bowls. The mirrors are two doors to match the cabinetry 21" x 42" prepped for glass and a beveled mirror glass was used instead of glass. The wall cabinet has a modern glass insert supplied by KraftMaid.
Stop by our showroom and experience a first hand look at all the newest trends in kitchen remodeling. This display features a glass tile back splash, cherry cabinety with a java finish, a mixture of quartz and glass counter tops.
Challenger is our new line of outdoor kitchens. These kitchens are a rare combination of the utmost craftsmanship and thoughtful versatility. Built with pride to cook for years to come, an outdoor kitchen from Challenger is constructed with decades of expertise to stand up to the needs of even the most demanding setting.
Challenger offers a wide array of add-on units to make the kitchen YOUR kitchen. Tailored to your specific needs and uses. And, with no-maintenance casters so your kitchen can roll with whatever you have in mind.
Kitchens great enough for indoors, sturdy enough to last forever—and tailored to your personal requirements. Quality. Durability. Versatility. That’s Challenger.
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The warm tone of the cabinety mixed with the stylish glass tiles, and granite tops make this powder room remodel the coolest room in the house
Have you ever wondered what your kitchen would like remodeled? At KDP we can help you see everything your kitchen can be. Our expert designers can provide computer generated rendering of what your kitchen can be transformed into.
Wood-Mode's new Southern Reserve Design Theme. The inset door and 1" thick frame provide distinctive appearance unique to Wood-Mode Cabinetry.
The Mountian Retreat Kitchen is part of Wood-Mode's American Classics design group. This design is reresentative of a weekend getaway or second home. The bar, with Esperanto doors in a stain finish contrasts with the Cottage Green finish on the Essex and Kennsington kitchen cabinetry. The room's cozy warmth makes this space ideal for rest and relaxation.
The Kensington Court Kitchen is part of Wood-Mode’s French & English Inspirations design group. This kitchen combines framed and frameless cabinetry to enhance the formal English appeal of the room. Details of the Essex island and base cabinets are picked up in the Kensington wall cabinets. Classic elements in the kitchen include and eyebrow pediment, chamfered and fluted details on the China cabinet, and the box hood configuration above the range.