Remodeling a kitchen is a big project. It takes time and a lot of careful planning and preparation. We know that all of the choices can be overwhelming in the beginning. You need to consider your style, functionality, budget, brands, and materials. Along the way, there are a million things that could go wrong. At The Kitchen Showcase, we’re here to help avoid kitchen design mistakes and make your kitchen remodeling process go as smoothly as possible.
Avoid kitchen design mistakes
A lot of work and preparation goes into designing your dream kitchen. We are a family-owned business that specializes in best-in-class brands, so we know that they perform up to the highest standards. Also, we have one of the largest kitchen showrooms in Denver. Our clients can see each product first hand, getting inspiration from over 40 rooms set up to show off the potential of the products and our design expertise. By visiting our showroom and talking to a professional designer, you are avoiding mistakes and surprises.
The cabinets are the biggest design element in the kitchen. You want functional storage spaces that fit your needs. Also, you need the right cabinet style to match your aesthetic. The best material for cabinets is wood, but they can be tricky in dry Colorado climates. Our designers can help you choose the right type of wood or other material for your cabinets.
Cabinets for a Nuanced Kitchen
Not every kitchen has the perfect shape or measurements for off-the-rack cabinets. But, these nuanced angles and unusual spaces only give your kitchen personality. You just need to customize your cabinets to fit nuanced spaces.
Wood Cabinets in Dry Climates
Our designer knows how to ask the right questions about your home and your vision, to avoid major purchase mistakes. We’ll make sure you get products that match your style and also fit into your kitchen like a glove. But, once you get your new kitchen, we also want you to know what to expect from each material. The dry climate in Colorado can be tough on your wooden cabinets. You need to be prepared to take steps to maintain the wood and control your indoor climate. If you allow the wood to be exposed to too much dry air, they could begin to warm and crack.
Our design and sales team have years of combined cabinetry experience in the kitchen and bath industry. We understand the challenges that can arise in Colorado homes and know the right questions to ask to avoid mistakes. Visit our kitchen showroom in Denver, and start talking to a designer about your kitchen remodel project.