Your cabinets play a large role in creating the first impression of your kitchen, and they can make or break the feel and function of the space. So what do you do when your kitchen cabinets are ugly, outdated, or damaged? Homeowners who want a new look for their kitchen cabinets typically consider two options—cabinet refacing or cabinet replacement.Read More
Kitchen Design & Remodeling Blog
A new kitchen floor plan is the most exciting part of a complete kitchen remodel because it changes the flow of the entire home. While some people know exactly what kind of floor plan they want before calling their kitchen designer, most are still trying to figure out what kitchen floor plan will best fit their families and their lifestyles during our first in-home consultation and sometimes even afterwards.Read More
Cooking for two can be a bit tricky if your kitchen lacks working space. You both need space to prepare, eat and entertain together. Whether you’re a foodie who can rival the talents of a gourmet chef, or your partner’s a social butterfly always entertaining guests, chances are you’re likely to literally step on each others’ toes without adequate work space. This Melrose kitchen renovation faced that space challenge.
This project is for a Boston condo with a very small kitchen. Measuring almost 6'x 8', there is very little storage, and tiny amounts of counter top space. The wall cabinets were 30" high, with a sheet rocked soffit above. Water had ruined the particle board sink base cabinet. It was a very uninviting space, practically punishment to make a meal.
Edesia Kitchen & Bath Studio is located north of Boston MA. As an interior designer, we excel in our designs for kitchens & baths. We provide the cabinetry, countertops, hardware and tile. Here is our latest kitchen remodel.
The main look of the cabinets is the cabinetry overlay style. These are the 3 ways to hang a cabinet door: Inset, Full overlay and Lip, Partial or Standard overlay.