We’ve used many different cabinetry lines in our 27 years in business and we appreciate quality and know our clients appreciate it. That’s why we’ve been a Bremtown Cabinetry dealer since 2008. We’re able to match a customer’s preferred style and kitchen design with the 500 series semi-custom line offered by the Bremen, Indiana company, but they also offer a custom line. Benefits of using Bremtown include:
We have the cabinetry displayed in our office. Though a majority of our clients find what they want with Bremtown, if you have a preference for another brand, we are open to other options and also work with kitchen showrooms in the area.
Combination of white perimeter cabinets and and gray island base. This is a more traditional style that suited the historic Capitol Hill rowhouse.
The white cabinetry in this kitchen actually has an ebony glaze that adds depth. The Shaker-style cabinets are very popular as they work well with transitional design.
In this contemporary kitchen, we used flat panel doors in two finishes: acrylic (glossy) white and the contrasting dark Wenge wood for an organic touch.
Popular features include tray dividers, knife blocks, utensil dividers, spice racks, and pantry doors. Our designers recommend using the newly remodeled kitchen for a few weeks, and then ordering the organizational inserts based on how they use the kitchen. However, if you want a lazy Susan to maximize corner storage – order that with the cabinetry!
Our design for a special order cabinet to cover a radiator
Modern kitchen vanity using flat panel doors in gray.
For this bathroom, we ordered panels to match the vanity cabinets to create wainscoting and to frame the mirrors.
Cabinetry can be used in all other rooms of your house – just like in this basement family room. We used the cabinets for a small kitchenette and around the flat screen TV to organize games, photos, and books.