A New Era of Kitchen and Bath Design: Embracing the Fluted Cabinet Trend

Embrace Elegance and Trend with Fluted Cabinets: Spotlight on Dura Supreme's Reeded Door

In a world where home design trends come and go with the seasons, there’s one trend that has captured the hearts of homeowners and designers alike, promising to hold its allure far beyond a fleeting moment: fluted cabinets. This resurgence of textured elegance breathes life into spaces, marrying the charm of yesteryear with contemporary sophistication. Among the champions of this revival is the stunning Reeded door from Dura Supreme, a testament to craftsmanship and design prowess that beckons a closer look.

What are Fluted Cabinets?

and visual depth unmatched by plain surfaces. This design, while harking back to classical architecture, has found a new lease on life in modern homes, where it adds a layer of intricacy and refined taste to kitchens and bathrooms alike.

The Rise of Fluted Design in Modern Homes

As we find ourselves in an era where personal expression and uniqueness in home design are more valued than ever, fluted cabinets stand out as a beacon of individuality. Their ability to seamlessly blend with various design themes, from the sleek lines of a modern minimalist kitchen to the warm embrace of a traditional country-style home, makes them a versatile choice for any homeowner looking to make a statement.

Spotlight on Dura Supreme's Reeded Door

At the heart of this trend’s resurgence is Dura Supreme’s Reeded door,  a masterpiece of design that elevates the concept of fluted cabinets to new heights. With its finely crafted vertical grooves and impeccable finish options, the Reeded door offers a luxurious yet understated aesthetic that can transform any space. It’s not just about looks; the quality of craftsmanship behind every Dura Supreme cabinet ensures that beauty is matched by durability and functionality.

Incorporating Fluted Cabinets into Your Home

Integrating fluted cabinets into your home is more than a design decision; it’s a statement of style and personality. Whether you’re embarking on a full kitchen renovation or looking for a subtle way to refresh your bathroom, the Reeded door offers a multitude of design possibilities. Pair it with bold hardware for a modern twist or opt for classic knobs to enhance its traditional appeal. The choice is yours, and the possibilities are endless.

Why Choose Dura Supreme for Your Fluted Cabinetry Needs

Opting for Dura Supreme’s Reeded door is not just a choice; it’s an investment in quality, style, and longevity. Recognized for their excellence in cabinetry design and construction, Dura Supreme cabinets are the go-to option for homeowners seeking to combine aesthetic appeal with functional living spaces. With a variety of finishes and customizations at your fingertips, creating a space that reflects your unique style has never been easier.

Inspirational Ideas and Real-Life Applications

Imagine a kitchen where every morning begins with the soft texture of fluted cabinets greeting your touch, or a bathroom that feels like a personal spa with the sophisticated elegance of the Reeded door. These are not just dreams but realities for those who have chosen to bring the beauty of Dura Supreme into their homes. From contemporary urban apartments to cozy country houses, the versatility of fluted cabinets shines through in every setting.


As we explore the realms of design and aesthetics, fluted cabinets stand out as a timeless trend that offers more than just beauty. With the Reeded door from Dura Supreme, this trend is accessible, offering a way to bring elegance, sophistication, and a personal touch into our homes. It’s not just about following a trend; it’s about creating a space that resonates with our style and needs.

Are you ready to transform your home with the elegance and trendiness of fluted cabinets? Visit our shop  to explore the Reeded door and the wide range of Dura Supreme cabinetry options we offer. Let us help you turn your vision into reality with a personalized design consultation. Your dream home is just a choice away.

Optimizing Your Wine Storage: Design Solutions and Considerations

When designing a dedicated wine storage area in your home, there are several key factors to consider to ensure your collection not only fits beautifully but remains preserved in optimal conditions. At Bath + Kitchen, we recently tackled such a project and wanted to share insights and solutions from our experience, especially when working with premium cabinetry like Dura Supreme.

The Design Challenge

Our goal was to create a wine storage solution that could comfortably house a substantial collection—ranging from 211 bottles up to an ambitious 450 to 500 with strategic racking choices. The challenge was to blend functionality with aesthetic appeal, ensuring every bottle from the everyday to the prized vintage finds its rightful place.

Addressing Heat and Vibration

A critical aspect of wine storage is maintaining the right environment. Heat and vibration can adversely affect wine’s flavor and longevity. In our design, we incorporated a drawer above the wine refrigerator specifically for this reason. This not only provides convenient storage for wine accessories but acts as a barrier to protect the collection from heat emanation from the refrigerator.

Finding a refrigerator that fit our space and height requirements without compromising on capacity was a challenge. Our solution maintains undercounter height restrictions while ensuring ample storage—a testament to creative problem-solving in design constraints.

Showcasing the Collection

Above the practical storage, we dedicated space to highlight a prized vintage or serve as an elegant pouring station. This feature allows for both display and function, making your wine collection a focal point of social gatherings.

Technical Glitches and Innovative Solutions

During the design process, we encountered a software issue that misrepresented the metal wine racks, showing the wine bottles in white. While this was a visual glitch in the rendering phase, it highlighted the importance of flexibility and adaptability in design planning.

The Importance of Proper Enclosure

Our team’s research, led by our talented designer Kat, revealed that fully enclosing the wine storage area in glass, while aesthetically pleasing, could lead to excessive heat and vibrations. These conditions risk damaging the wine’s integrity, leading to a compromise in flavor.

Moving Forward

This project underscored the intricate balance between design aesthetics and the functional requirements of wine storage. At Bath + Kitchen, we’re dedicated to navigating these challenges, ensuring that your wine collection is not only beautifully displayed but preserved under optimal conditions.

Whether you’re a casual enthusiast or a serious collector, understanding the nuances of wine storage can significantly enhance your enjoyment and appreciation of wine. Our journey through this project reaffirms our commitment to innovative, client-focused design solutions that meet your unique needs.

For more insights into kitchen and bath design, and to explore how we can transform your space, visit us at bathpluskitchen.com. Let’s raise a glass to smart design and perfectly preserved wine. Cheers!


Introducing Dura Supreme’s Latest Innovations: Transform Your Space with Style and Functionality

Dura Supreme is thrilled to unveil a groundbreaking lineup of cabinetry products, setting the stage for an exciting evolution in home design. Available from March 4, 2024, our latest collection promises to blend aesthetic allure with unparalleled functionality, ensuring your space not only looks stunning but also meets your every need with ease.

Reeded Panel Inserts

Elevate your cabinetry with the textured elegance of Reeded Panel Inserts, offering a distinctive touch that can transform any door or panel into a statement piece.

These inserts bring a layer of sophistication and depth to cabinetry. The reeded texture introduces a visually striking element that can serve as a focal point or a subtle accent, depending on your design vision. This option is perfect for those looking to add an element of craftsmanship and detail to their spaces.

Wire Mesh Inserts

Infuse a dash of industrial chic or rustic charm into your designs with our versatile Wire Mesh Inserts, perfect for adding both style and functionality to your cabinetry.

Offering a blend of functionality and aesthetic appeal, Wire Mesh Inserts are ideal for achieving a balance between openness and enclosure in cabinetry. They allow for ventilation and visibility while adding an industrial or artisanal touch to the design. Available in various patterns and finishes, these inserts can complement a wide range of styles, from traditional to modern.

"Paris" Door Style

The “Paris” Door Style stands as a hallmark of modern design, characterized by its minimalist frame and clean lines. This style is designed to bring a touch of elegance and simplicity to kitchens, bathrooms, and beyond. Its versatility across different cabinet series and finish options makes it a go-to choice for those seeking a contemporary look.

Integrated Lighting

Illuminate your interiors with our advanced Integrated Lighting options. Whether it’s under-cabinet or in-cabinet lighting, these solutions offer both ambiance and practicality, enhancing the beauty and functionality of your cabinetry.

Dura Supreme’s Integrated Lighting solutions elevate the functionality and atmosphere of any space. By incorporating lighting directly into the cabinetry, these options enhance the usability of work areas and display spaces, creating an inviting ambiance that highlights the beauty of your cabinetry and the items within.

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Curated Color "Evergreen Fog"

Discover the serene beauty of “Evergreen Fog,” our latest addition to the Curated Color Collection. This versatile hue seamlessly blends green and gray, adding a touch of tranquility to your space.

As part of Dura Supreme’s commitment to staying at the forefront of design trends, “Evergreen Fog” emerges as a captivating new color option. This nuanced shade draws inspiration from nature, offering a restful and sophisticated palette that can adapt to a variety of design styles, from serene and soothing to bold and dramatic.

Enhanced Storage Accessories

From the organizational ease of the Vanity Grooming Drawer to the sleek protection offered by the Metal Drip Edge for waste units, our enhanced storage solutions are designed to make your life easier and more stylish.

Dura Supreme's new Metal Drip Edge upgrade to Base Recycling Centers (BRC)

Understanding the importance of functionality in design, Dura Supreme has expanded its range of storage solutions. The Vanity Grooming Drawer and Metal Drip Edge for waste units exemplify the brand’s dedication to creating products that not only look beautiful but also address the practical needs of everyday use.

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Elevate Your Space with the Meridien Door Style: The Epitome of Elegance in Kitchen and Bath Design

The Meridien door style from Dura Supreme Cabinetry stands as a paragon of sophisticated design in the world of kitchen and bath cabinetry. Celebrated for its exquisite inside-edge detailing, this unique flat panel door style is a refined twist on the classic shaker design. It is perfect for those who seek to infuse their spaces with a blend of traditional charm and understated elegance.

Meridien's Signature Design: Where Detailing Meets Elegance

The essence of the Meridien cabinet door style lies in its attention to detail. The intricate detailing along its inside-edge profile transforms the traditional flat panel into a work of art. This design element imparts a subtle sophistication, setting the Meridien apart as an “almost” shaker style but with a distinctly refined edge. For a visual representation of the Meridien as a full overlay cabinet door, explore Dura Supreme’s Meridien Door.

Versatility in Application: Meridien as an Inset Door

Beyond its popular full-overlay variant, the Meridien is also available as an inset door. This option offers a different aesthetic dimension while retaining the elegant detailing that defines the style. It’s an excellent choice for those looking to achieve a more embedded, seamless look in their cabinetry design. Discover the beauty of the Meridien as an inset cabinet door here.

Rich Palette of Wood and Material Options

The Meridien door style’s adaptability extends to its wide array of material options. Tailored to cater to diverse aesthetic preferences and design requirements, it is available in several wood species and finishes, including:

  • Cherry: Known for its rich, warm hues.
  • Hickory: Offers a robust, distinct grain pattern.
  • Knotty Alder: Brings a rustic charm.
  • Maple: Provides a subtle, refined grain.
  • Paintable: Ideal for custom color applications.
  • Quarter-Sawn White Oak: Features a unique grain with added durability.
  • Red Oak: Classic and versatile with a prominent grain.
  • Rustic Hickory: Adds a rugged, natural appeal.

Each material choice adds a unique character to the Meridien, enhancing its versatility and appeal in various design contexts.


The Meridien cabinet door style is more than just a component of cabinetry; it’s a statement of refined taste and a commitment to quality craftsmanship. Suitable for both Bria and Crestwood cabinetry, it offers a sophisticated alternative to the classic shaker style. Whether you’re embarking on a kitchen remodel or a bathroom update, the Meridien door style brings an air of elegance and timeless beauty to any space.

For detailed insights on incorporating the Meridien door style into your design project and to explore our range of cabinetry options, visit Bath + Kitchen.

Eric, Bath + Kitchen

Kitchen Design Trends To Look For in 2023

It’s no secret that the kitchen plays a large role in the appearance and feel of the home. It’s important that it’s a space that you are pleased with and enjoy being in. As we look ahead to a new year, it’s time to consider what the kitchen trends will look like in 2023. According to experts, you can expect to see bold colors, mixed materials, and more multifunctional spaces. Continue reading to learn more about what we’ll be seeing in the kitchen in 2023.

Bold Cabinetry

As we move closer to a new year, cabinetry will be one of the bigger focuses in kitchens. Expect to see more bold cabinet color choices, mixed with other interesting and unique finishes. It’s also anticipated that we’ll be seeing more two-toned cabinetry, as having contrasting colors can create depth and elevate the overall look of your kitchen by bringing in subtle variations. In addition to the contrasting, closed cabinetry is out and open shelf like cabinetry is in. Rather than having closed upper cabinets above your countertops, there is going to be a shift toward a more open concept when it comes to cabinets, allowing for a more organic feel. Similar to the open concept design for cabinets, it’s also expected to see a revival of the stained-glass cabinet look. While the glass cabinet look has been around for years, stained-glass has come and gone. It looks like 2023 is the year when we see the return of that. The stained-glass design plays off of the open concept of typical glass cabinets, while also adding in some extra details. Creative cabinetry will be making its presence known in 2023 and for those who are looking to make changes to their kitchen, replacing your cabinets can be a great way to freshen up your kitchen without a full renovation. When redoing your cabinets, it’s up to you what you want to do and at Bath+Kitchen Remodel, it’s our job to help bring your vision to life with our custom and semi-custom options. It’s important that you love your kitchen, and it’s a place that you enjoy being in.

Creative Backsplashes

While changing the backsplash in your kitchen is no easy task, it’ll be worth it in the long run. It’s important to figure out which type of backsplash you want, as it can get expensive quickly. When looking to the experts for what they are looking forward to seeing in 2023, they said that dramatic stone is one of many trends that will be making its presence known this upcoming year. Using stone backsplash allows you the ability to choose from a busy stone or a solid stone backsplash to help best compliment your existing cabinets. If you aren’t on board with stone backsplash, another trend that is anticipated is detailed backsplash. Types of detailed backsplashes that we might be seeing are mixed materials; having a solid color backsplash that will stand out against more subtle cabinetry or countertops, sustainable backsplashes such as ceramic tiles glazed with pigments derived from industrial metal waste or even reclaimed wood tile. Another type of backsplash that may grow in popularity this upcoming year is using the same material for your backsplash as your countertops. Using the same material for both can give your kitchen more depth, giving it a sleek, elevated appearance.

Diversified Materials

Rather than using the same material in your kitchen for your island and countertops, there will be a shift toward mixing materials, such as using wood, stone, metals, and ceramics that will go alongside new and upcoming mediums. This result will be visually and textually pleasing, as it’ll create a nice contrast between the materials, allowing parts of the kitchen to stand out more than others. In addition to mixing materials for countertops, the muted tone and style will be making its way out, creating room for more dramatic styles of marble and other countertop materials. The rise in popularity of using metal as countertops comes from the overall minimalist and modern appearance they have, as well as being antibacterial, and easy to clean and maintain. The diversity of materials for countertops will also be making its way to the overall layout in the kitchen. Adding more color and contrast into the kitchen will become more popular in the new year as the desire for more dramatic designs are implemented. Taking the time to plan out your kitchen renovation will allow the process to go more smoothly because you won’t have to stress about figuring out what you want along the way, as it’ll all be completed before the renovation process begins. Along with planning out what you would like to upgrade in your kitchen, making sure you order anything you may need ahead of time will help prevent any delays or added stress.

Consider Budget

Renovating your kitchen can be costly. It’s important to figure out what you’d like to have redone in your kitchen and determine what your budget will be for the renovation. Creating a budget for your renovation will ensure that you know what you can afford and how much you’re willing to spend. While budgeting is essential to avoid overspending, how you’re financing this project is just as important, if not more. While planning your renovation, look into available financing options to determine what works best for you and your wallet. If you’re planning a full kitchen remodel it’ll be expensive, so if you don’t have the funds available upfront and have lived in your home for at least 6 years, look into qualifying for a tax-deductible home equity loan. This is a great way to get financial assistance through the equity you’ve built up in your home while adding value to the home itself.

2023 is going to have new and exciting design opportunities as well as bringing in some styles from the past. It’ll be interesting to see where the trends of 2023 take kitchen designs and what will become the most popular trend in the new year. While you may not be updating your kitchen every year, seeing the trends that are being predicted for the new year can provide you with new design ideas and inspiration for when you choose to update your kitchen.

Quartz vs. Granite: Which Countertop Material Reigns Supreme?

Are you trying to decide between granite and quartz for your new kitchen countertop? Both materials have their advantages and disadvantages.

Granite is a natural stone, and each slab is unique. It’s heat-resistant and scratch-resistant, but requires regular sealing to avoid stains and bacteria buildup. On the other hand, quartz is highly durable, resistant to scratches, stains, and bacteria, and comes in various colors and patterns. It doesn’t need sealing like granite, but it’s usually more expensive. The choice ultimately depends on your personal preferences and needs.

If you’re considering granite, it’s essential to note that each slab is unique and should be selected in person to get the exact pattern and color that you want.

Here are three pros and cons of granite:


  • Unique and natural patterns: no two slabs are the same, making it an excellent choice for those who want a one-of-a-kind countertop.
  • Heat-resistant: granite is a great choice for avid cooks who frequently use hot pots and pans.
  • Scratch-resistant: granite is very hard and can withstand scratches from knives and other sharp kitchen tools.


  • Requires regular sealing: granite is porous and can stain easily if not properly sealed.
  • Expensive: while granite can be a great investment, it can also be pricey, especially if you opt for a rarer or more unique slab.
  • Heavy: granite is a dense and heavy material, which can make installation more difficult and expensive.

As for quartz, here are three pros and cons:


  • Durable: quartz is very hard and can withstand the wear and tear of daily use, making it a great choice for busy kitchens.
  • Low maintenance: unlike granite, quartz doesn’t require regular sealing to prevent stains or bacteria buildup.
  • Wide range of colors and patterns: quartz is available in a range of colors and patterns, making it easy to find a style that complements your kitchen.


  • Expensive: as mentioned earlier, quartz is typically more expensive than granite, which can make it a less desirable option for those on a tight budget.
  • Can be prone to discoloration: while quartz is generally resistant to stains, it can discolor over time if exposed to direct sunlight or extreme heat.
  • Not heat-resistant: while quartz is resistant to scratches, it can be damaged by high heat, so it’s important to use trivets or hot pads to protect your countertop.

Top-notch Quartz Countertop Brands: Elevate Your Kitchen with These Stunning Options

Silestone’s new Ethereal Collection is a game-changer in the world of countertops, thanks to its innovative hybridQ+ technology. This breakthrough technology not only enhances the beauty of marbled colors but also takes sustainability and durability to a whole new level. The collection offers a range of unique and stunning designs that will elevate the look of any kitchen or bathroom. With its remarkable durability, Silestone’s Ethereal Collection is an excellent choice for high-traffic areas in the home, and its sustainability features make it an eco-friendly option. Plus, the collection’s innovative HybriQ+ technology ensures that your countertops will remain in pristine condition for years to come. If you’re looking for a beautiful and sustainable countertop option that incorporates cutting-edge technology, the Ethereal Collection by Silestone is definitely worth considering.


Looking for a quartz countertop that gives you the luxurious feel of marble? Then look no further than Silestone, where you’ll find the most stunning and diverse options to choose from! Silestone is a popular brand of quartz countertops that is known for its durability, low maintenance, and beautiful design options. Silestone countertops are made up of over 94% natural quartz, making them extremely hard and resilient against scratches, stains, and impact. They are also non-porous, which means they do not require regular sealing like natural stone countertops such as granite. Silestone offers a wide range of colors and patterns and price points. Additionally, Silestone countertops are easy to clean and maintain, making them a great choice for busy kitchens and households.


Cambria countertops are a popular choice for those looking for a high-quality quartz countertop. Cambria is a family-owned company that operates out of Minnesota and prides itself on producing a product that is 93% pure, natural quartz. Their countertops are made with proprietary technology that produces a non-porous, scratch and stain-resistant surface that requires no sealing or special maintenance. Cambria offers over 200 designs in various finishes, colors, and patterns, allowing customers to choose a unique look that fits their style. Their countertops are also backed by a lifetime warranty, ensuring that customers can have peace of mind knowing their investment is protected. Cambria’s commitment to quality and innovation has made them a leader in the quartz countertop industry.


Caesarstone is a well-known brand of quartz countertops that offers a wide range of colors, patterns, and textures. Caesarstone countertops are made of 93% natural quartz, combined with a small amount of resin and pigments. This makes them highly durable, scratch-resistant, and low-maintenance. Caesarstone countertops are also non-porous, which means they don’t require sealing and are highly resistant to stains and bacteria buildup. They are easy to clean with soap and water and are an ideal choice for busy kitchens. Caesarstone offers a variety of collections, including the Classic, Supernatural, and Metropolitan collections, each with their unique color and pattern options. Whether you prefer a traditional or contemporary look, Caesarstone has a countertop option that will fit your style and needs.


MSI, or MSI Surfaces, is a leading supplier of countertops and other surfacing products for both residential and commercial applications. They offer a wide range of materials, including natural stone like granite and marble, as well as engineered quartz, porcelain, and other surfaces. MSI is known for their innovative designs and high-quality products, and their countertops come in a variety of colors, patterns, and finishes to suit any style or taste. In addition to their impressive product offerings, MSI also offers exceptional customer service and support, making them a top choice for homeowners and professionals alike.

Ultimately, the choice between granite and quartz comes down to your personal preferences and needs. Whether you choose granite for its natural beauty and unique patterns or quartz for its durability and low maintenance, make sure to select a material that complements your kitchen style and fits within your budget. And if you decide to go with quartz, consider brands like Cambria Quartz, Caesarstone, MSI Surfaces, or Silestone, especially with Silestone’s new Ethereal collection.

Adelphi vs. Mouser Kitchen Cabinet Estimates: Comparing Costs and Features for L-Shaped Kitchens with Islands

When it comes to kitchen renovations, selecting the right cabinets is essential. Adelphi and Mouser are two popular brands offering a range of cabinet styles and finishes. In this article, we provide detailed estimates for an L-shaped kitchen with an island, featuring 25 inset cabinets in Adelphi’s Legacy door style and Mouser’s Hawthorne door style, both in a painted white finish. We will also outline additional features such as decorative paneling, crown molding, accessories, and under cabinet light rails.

Adelphi Cabinet Estimate: Legacy Door Style, Painted White Finish

Kitchen Specifications:

  • Layout: L-shaped with an island
  • Size: 200 square feet
  • Total Inset Cabinets: 25
  • Finish: Painted white Legacy door style
  • Additional Features: Decorative paneling, crown molding, accessories, under cabinet light rails

Detailed Estimate Breakdown:

Base Cabinets:

  • Sink Base Cabinet (1): $900 – $1,200
  • Drawer Base Cabinet (3): $1,300 – $1,600 each
  • Corner Base Cabinet (1): $1,600 – $1,900
  • Standard Base Cabinets (4): $700 – $900 each
  • Island Base Cabinets (4): $900 – $1,100 each

Wall Cabinets:

  • Corner Wall Cabinet (1): $1,100 – $1,300
  • Standard Wall Cabinets (6): $600 – $800 each

Tall Cabinets:

  • Pantry Cabinet (1): $2,200 – $2,700
  • Oven Cabinet (1): $2,000 – $2,400

Decorative Features & Accessories:

  • Decorative Paneling: $1,700 – $2,200
  • Crown Molding: $900 – $1,300
  • Under Cabinet Light Rails: $350 – $550
  • Pull-out Trash Bin: $350 – $450
  • Lazy Susan: $450 – $650
  • Spice Rack: $250 – $350
  • Cutlery Tray: $150 – $200

Installation & Labor:

  • Cabinet Installation: $4,500 – $6,500
  • Additional Labor (molding, paneling, etc.): $1,200 – $2,200

Total Estimated Cost:

Range: $28,000 – $38,000 (including installation and labor)

Please note that these prices are estimates based on industry averages and can vary depending on the specific dealer, location, and other factors. It is highly recommended to consult with a local Adelphi Cabinets dealer to receive a more accurate quote tailored to your project.

Mouser Kitchen Cabinet Estimate: Hawthorne Door Style, Painted White Finish

Kitchen Specifications:

  • Layout: L-shaped with an island
  • Size: 200 square feet
  • Total Inset Cabinets: 25
  • Finish: Painted white Hawthorne door style
  • Additional Features: Decorative paneling, crown molding, accessories, under cabinet light rails

Detailed Estimate Breakdown:

Base Cabinets:

  • Sink Base Cabinet (1): $800 – $1,000
  • Drawer Base Cabinet (3): $1,200 – $1,500 each
  • Corner Base Cabinet (1): $1,500 – $1,800
  • Standard Base Cabinets (4): $600 – $800 each
  • Island Base Cabinets (4): $800 – $1,000 each

Wall Cabinets:

  • Corner Wall Cabinet (1): $1,000 – $1,200
  • Standard Wall Cabinets (6): $500 – $700 each

Tall Cabinets:

  • Pantry Cabinet (1): $2,000 – $2,500
  • Oven Cabinet (1): $1,800 – $2,200

Decorative Features & Accessories:

  • Decorative Paneling: $1,500 – $2,000
  • Crown Molding: $800 – $1,200
  • Under Cabinet Light Rails: $300 – $500
  • Pull-out Trash Bin: $300 – $400
  • Lazy Susan: $400 – $600
  • Spice Rack: $200 – $300
  • Cutlery Tray: $100 – $150

Installation & Labor:

  • Cabinet Installation: $4,000 – $6,000
  • Additional Labor (molding, paneling, etc.): $1,000 – $2,000

Total Estimated Cost:

  • Range: $25,000 – $35,000 (including installation and labor)

Please note that these prices are estimates based on industry averages and can vary depending on the specific dealer, location, and other factors. It is highly recommended to consult with a local Mouser Cabinets dealer to receive a more accurate quote tailored to your project.


The decision between Adelphi and Mouser kitchen cabinets ultimately depends on your personal preferences and budget. Our estimates suggest that Adelphi cabinets in the Legacy door style may cost slightly more than Mouser cabinets in the Hawthorne door style. However, both brands offer high-quality products with various customization options. It’s essential to consult with a local dealer for a more accurate quote tailored to your specific project. With the right cabinets and design, you can achieve the kitchen of your dreams.

Remodel Review: Waypoint vs. Dura Supreme Cabinetry

Arlington Kitchen Design

Same kitchen, same aesthetic, same designer, different cabinetry lines. What does that look like?

When a client came to us for a kitchen remodel, we worked on a few renderings, showing what different cabinetry lines can offer them. Here’s a look at the same kitchen with two different lines – Waypoint’s stock cabinetry, which allows some modifications, and Dura Supreme’s custom cabinetry.

Waypoint (stock cabinetry with some modifications)

Stock cabinetry is pre-built and sold at stores or directly by manufacturers. They have more readily-available designs and sizes than custom cabinets. The downside, though, is that they don’t always fit perfectly into your space, so you need to be prepared to make some compromises.

Client’s kitchen, rendering with Waypoint.

Dura Supreme (semi-custom/custom cabinetry)

With custom cabinetry, manufacturers work with different dimensions and layouts based on the customer’s unique needs and preferences. It is expensive in the short run, but tends to be better value in the long run, because it can be designed to fit your space perfectly; it won’t restrict or hinder your kitchen functionality or flow, so you won’t need to replace it in a hurry. Custom cabinetry gives you more options in terms of design, material, size, and finish.

Client’s kitchen, rendering with Dura Supreme

Helping our clients make the best decision

In general, there are a few things that go into choosing a cabinetry line:

  • Budget – This is another important factor. We help our clients compare pricing. We also create renderings because we believe our clients should be able to see what they get at different price points before making a final decision. Learn more about kitchen cabinetry costs and the design choices that affect them.
  • Design – Once a client knows which cabinetry lines can deliver what they want on time and within budget, they can compare the final look and feel, as well as little details and differences between them.


Through our consultation process, we share relevant information and high-quality renderings to help our clients make the right choice.

What did the client choose?

After considering all the information we offered and evaluating the renderings, the client chose Waypoint. This cabinet line offers a lower lead time and price point than Dura Supreme does, which makes it a practical choice. They’re able to do this because they offer stock cabinets with some modifications.

What we love about Waypoint

While Waypoint cabinetry gives you the benefits of stock – lower cost and lead time – it does not compromise on quality. Made in America, as opposed to mass-produced in China, Waypoint cabinetry is made to last; all Waypoint cabinets come standard with plywood ends so they’ll stand up to years of use. While custom cabinetry may sometimes be beyond reach, we believe quality never should be.

Waypoint also has well-thought-out options and modifications that give us a good degree of flexibility as kitchen designers such as:

  • 25 door styles
  • 3 finishes – Cherry, Maple, and painted.
  • 10 wall height options
  • 8 modifications:
    • Reduced depth
    • Increased depth
    • Void door
    • Void top drawer
    • Matching interior
    • Inverted frame
    • Cabinet front only
    • Recessed toe kick

These options made it possible to give our clients what they were looking for. Here’s what they selected:

We did, however, encounter certain challenges with Waypoint in this kitchen.

Challenges we faced working with Waypoint’s options.

  1. They don’t offer taller wall cabinets.
  2. They don’t offer wood tops, so those had to be sourced separately.
  3. We couldn’t customize widths and heights

These are some issues that have to be worked around while installing stock cabinetry. Because we are committed to working with only top-rated manufacturers, you know you’ll get high-quality, beautiful cabinetry no matter which of our cabinetry lines you choose. However, semi-custom and custom cabinetry certainly have their pros.

Would Dura Supreme have had any advantages over Waypoint in this design?

      1. Customizable widths and heights for a better fit.

Dura Supreme lets you customize widths and heights, which would have helped us overcome some of the challenges we encountered in this client’s kitchen with Waypoint. Better customization options make Dura Supreme easier for us to work with as we design your dream kitchen – it helps us give customers the best possible recommendation to create your perfect kitchen.

      2. Framed as well as frameless

Durapoint offers both framed and frameless cabinetry, while Waypoint only offers framed. Take a look at the cabinet specs below to see the difference.

Waypoint specs

Here’s a drawing of a standard Waypoint base cabinet. They are constructed using high-quality materials and hardware, making them a good option if you want framed cabinetry. They don’t, however, offer frameless cabinetry, which lends itself well to contemporary kitchen styles.

Read: 2021 kitchen cabinetry trends to refresh your home

Dura Supreme specs

Dura Supreme offers both framed and frameless cabinetry, as seen below.

       3. Tighter reveals

The space between doors, drawers, and cabinets, or “reveal”, is tighter in full-overlay Dura Supreme cabinetry than in Waypoint’s. This creates an overall cleaner look, as shown below:

       4. Paintable door that retains its smooth finish

Dura Supreme offers a paintable door made of a high-density fiberboard. The benefit of this material is that it does not expand and contract. Waypoint, on the other hand, only offers painted cabinetry in a maple species; with this option, there is the risk of hairline fractures wherever you have joints.

      5. A wider range of options for door styles, finishes, and more

In addition to offering both framed and frameless, Dura Supreme gives you many choices to help you achieve the look you want:

  • 53+ door styles
  • Multiple wood species and paint options
  • 34 wall height options
  • 63+ custom modifications.

With Dura Supreme, you are sure to get quality cabinets with lots of options for your home. They have been producing quality kitchen cabinets for over 50 years, and our clients love them. They deliver the perfect balance of precision, quality, and value, allowing their clients the options they want without breaking the bank.

Here’s a more detailed comparison of what Dura Supreme offers as compared to Waypoint.

Reasons you may end up replacing stock cabinetry sooner than you think

With cabinetry by top-rated manufacturers such as Waypoint, you can rest assured that they will last. Their selection is well-designed, made from quality materials. But durability alone doesn’t shorten the lifespan of your kitchen cabinetry; there are many other reasons you may end up replacing them, most likely with custom cabinetry that will solve the issues inherent to stock cabinetry. Here are three:

  1. They look outdated

Limited options can often mean compromising on getting the right aesthetic. In the client’s kitchen we showed you in this blog, framed vs. frameless is an example of how you may need to accept an older style when purchasing stock. The frameless options Dura Supreme offers look sleek and contemporary, which would give your kitchen a much more up-to-date look. If you pick a style that’s already on its way out, chances are, you’ll find your kitchen looking outdated much sooner than expected. As a result, you may start thinking of new cabinetry fairly soon. Choosing custom cabinetry, on the other hand, could keep your kitchen looking new for much longer.

  1. Better organization

Custom cabinetry means custom organization. Everyone has a unique set of requirements and preferences when it comes to how drawers and shelves are set up. Custom cabinetry allows you to dive into these details and make sure your space is tailored beautifully to your specific needs. With stock, you’ll get a good setup, but you may find yourself changing how you store and arrange things in your kitchen to suit the cabinetry rather than having it designed to suit you.

  1. Other upgrades at home

Over time, you are likely to upgrade your kitchen and home with sleeker appliances and better quality items, i.e, nicer things. You may reach a point where your cabinetry doesn’t fit in with the evolving look and feel of your space. When that happens, you’re likely to start rethinking your cabinetry and wanting to up the luxe factor to align with the rest of your space.


Choosing a manufacturer such as Waypoint can certainly help you achieve a beautiful kitchen on time and on budget that suits you now. However, it may not be the right fit for you down the road, not too far into the future. That’s why we always encourage our clients to envision the space they really want as part of their remodel preparation process. It helps to think a few steps ahead!

Budget and time permitting, we believe exploring custom options offered by a manufacturer such as Dura Supreme can give you better results in the long run.

Of course, at the end of the day, it comes down to what you want to accomplish within a certain timeframe and budget. With a strong design team and high-quality cabinetry lines like ours, you’re sure to find the best way forward for your kitchen remodel at a price point that suits you, with beautiful results guaranteed.

Want our expert recommendations on your new kitchen? Get in touch with us here.

Laminate & Veneer Cabinetry: Cleaning and Maintenance Tips

Today, many homeowners are choosing laminate over traditional solid wood cabinetry for a number of reasons. Our clients love them. Our designers are unlocking new design possibilities with them. That’s why we have, increasingly, been creating many beautiful kitchens in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, DC using stunning laminate cabinetry. If you’ve just completed a kitchen remodel and are eager to keep your new laminate cabinetry looking fresh for years, proper cleaning and maintenance are key. Keep reading to learn how to look after your new laminate cabinetry.

What kind of laminate cabinetry do you have?

To know how to maintain your laminate cabinetry, it’s essential to know exactly what material it’s made of since that will determine the care and maintenance needed. Of course, a good kitchen designer will be sure to explain the materials used in your kitchen and alert you to any important dos and don’ts. However, we always encourage homeowners to do their own research as well to deepen their understanding of what their kitchen needs so they can collaborate better with their designer or contractor. That’s why we like to share as much information as possible through our blog postsRead: 2021 kitchen cabinetry trends to refresh your home

3 popular cabinet fronts and their pros & cons


Veneers are made using slices of real wood. Because of this, each veneer has unique characteristics and variations specific to the species. You will see variations in grain and color, which are natural characteristics of wood.

Pros:  Veneers can help you achieve the natural wood aesthetic you want without solid wood, which immediately makes it more sustainable. To help protect endangered or extremely rare wood species, you can go one step further and opt for an even more sustainable variation of this – reconstituted wood veneers. This is an engineered product and a more environmentally-responsible option. It gives you superior color and grain consistency. Plain & Fancy, one of our cabinetry lines, offers some beautiful options – Reconstituted Wenge (pictured left) and Reconstituted Fumed Oak.

Cons: Wood veneer sheets require more skill in installation than most other laminate sheets do. That’s why it’s important to select a highly-rated cabinetry manufacturer.


Acrylics give your kitchen a gorgeous, high-end and on-trend look. Their mirror-like sheen makes kitchens look glamorous. They’re well-loved because they retain their color and sheen for years.

A Dura Supreme kitchen featuring the Allura door style in “White Gloss”

Pros: For anyone who wants that brilliant and flawless look, acrylic finish laminates are a wonderful choice. You can get this reflective high-gloss finish in a wide range of color options, making it possible to bring some very creative design visions to life. These surfaces are moisture-resistant and UV-resistant, which means they won’t warp or fade easily.
Cons: Perhaps unsurprisingly, this beautiful look isn’t cheap. Acrylic finish laminates are quite expensive. While they are durable in many ways, you’ll need to take extra care not to scratch them. Also, be prepared to clean fingerprints off them quite frequently! 

Rigid thermafoil (RTF) or 3DL

This is a vinyl laminate that adheres to an MDF core, like Bellmont Cabinetry’s Thermofoil (pictured left). Through specialized production and wrapping techniques, these surfaces are able to offer a smooth appearance. 

Pros: Because of that smooth appearance, they can replicate the look of natural materials such as wood or marble beautifully. They fit contoured surfaces and edges so perfectly that they look seamless and even natural. You can get them in a range of solid colors as well as printed designs. Their moisture resistance is high. 

Cons: If you opt for RTF, you’ll need to take special care when it comes to appliance placement and use. This is because these surfaces have poor heat resistance. One way to work around this is to use protective heat shields. 

As you can see, laminates are produced in different ways, using different materials. That’s why it makes sense to customize your care and maintenance approach to suit those specific materials. 

Cleaning and maintenance tips for your laminate cabinetry 

Always check with your kitchen designer or remodel company for any special instructions that need to be followed. Here, we offer a general guide that will suit popular laminates, which will give you a great starting point for care and maintenance.

Laminate cabinetry is very easy to maintain. It is resilient and will stand the test of time with very little effort from you. Aside from being durable, some materials today can even repair certain types of damage, like the options FENIX offers. These have incredible properties such as thermal healing of superficial micro-scratches. Watch the video below to see how it works:


It’s important and helpful to know the specific features and requirements your cabinetry has. But in general, all you need to do is pick the right products and keep a few simple rules in mind. Northern Contours, which many of Bath Plus Kitchen’s cabinet lines source from, suggests a few guidelines that are very easy to follow. Keep reading to see what they recommend.

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 Regular cleaning  

  • Use a soft cloth or sponge.
  • Mix soap and water to create a mild solution.
  • Gently wipe surfaces, making sure to avoid heavy pressure and continuous scrubbing. Plain & Fancy explains this in the video below:

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Cleaning stains  

  • First, test in a non-visibility location. 
  • Try to avoid spraying any product directly onto the surface.
  • Use common household cleaners without abrasives.
  • For ink stains, try diluted rubbing alcohol.
  • To degrease, use a small amount of Dawn dish soap diluted or Simple Green® in a 50/50 mix with water.
  • Don’t scrub the surfaces; use a soft damp cloth or sponge to wipe gently. It should take just 10-20 strokes to remove most stains.  
  • You can use the same method for veneers, but we recommend consulting your contractor/manufacturer.

Disinfecting surfaces  

  • Start by cleaning the surface to remove any dirt (see tips under ‘regular cleaning’).
  • Next, prepare your disinfectant solution – mix 20mL (4 teaspoons) bleach and 1L (4 cups) water.
  • Wear disposable gloves and test for one minute on a non-visibility location. If that spot looks fine, you can proceed to wipe the entire surface. 
  • If using reusable gloves, keep them specifically for cleaning and disinfecting.  

Note: Never mix household bleach with ammonia  

Cleaning products to avoid
Even if you’re dealing with a stubborn stain, please avoid the following products. 

  • Avoid products containing acetone, acid, and ammonia.
  • Avoid solvent-based cleaners, paint thinners, and wood preservatives.
  • Avoid all abrasive liquid or powder cleansers.
  • Avoid all abrasive materials, brushes, scouring pads, and scrapers.  

These products can do permanent damage. Instead, call an expert if you’re stuck.

Note: It’s important to check the terms of your warranty; using any cleaning agent outlined under ‘Cleaning Products to Avoid’ will void the warranty.

For acrylic surfaces

Once the protective film is removed, these high-gloss surfaces become more scratch-resistant over the first few days. You can accelerate this process by lightly polishing the surface immediately after the film is removed. To do this, use a clean microfiber cloth with one of the polishes listed below:  

  • VuPlex®, sold by Renuit  

Regular cleaning  

  • Use a wet microfiber cloth or chamois.
  • Make a mild soap solution (soap and water).
  • Work lightly while blotting surface; avoid applying too much pressure.
  • Lightly apply polish and buff as needed to maintain the acrylic finish.
  • Never dry wipe the acrylic finish.


Cleaning products to avoid  

  • Avoid cleaners containing abrasives, ammonia, acetone, thinners, or methylated spirits.
  • Avoid paper towels, brushes, scouring pads, or scrapers.
  • Avoid most solvent-based cleaners and harsh chemicals such as sink and toilet bowel cleaners and thinners.  

Note: It’s important to check the terms of your warranty; using any cleaning agent outlined under ‘Cleaning Products to Avoid’ will void the warranty.

For all products, avoid excessive heat and steam

Protecting laminate cabinetry from appliances that produce heat or steam 

Without the right precautions, some of your most loved and used kitchen appliances can cause your new kitchen cabinets to become damaged very quickly. Look out for built-in appliances such as fridges, dishwashers, and self-cleaning ovens, as well as countertop appliances like kettles and slow-cookers. Some tips: 

Self-cleaning ovens 

It’s a good idea to install a heat shield between cabinet doors/drawer fronts and the self-cleaning oven. This is due to the extremely high temperatures vented from self-cleaning ovens. When you use self-cleaning mode, be sure to open all doors and drawer fronts near the oven.

Small appliances  

Any small appliances that produce high heat or steam, such as electric kettles, should not be used directly under the cabinet doors.  

Heat and moisture can melt and discolor laminate cabinetry fronts. Check appliances for any vents and make sure they are installed in a way that won’t impact your cabinetry. It’s crucial to discuss these points with your kitchen designer, and be sure to take their advice on positioning and installing appliances! They may suggest tweaks that weren’t what you had in mind but will ultimately keep your kitchen in great shape for longer.

Once you have a clear idea of the dos and don’ts, maintaining laminate cabinetry is very simple and straightforward. Following these tips will help you preserve the beautiful finish of your new cabinetry for years, contrary to the common misconception that laminate cabinetry won’t last as long as hardwood cabinetry. In reality, high-quality laminate cabinetry can look brand new for years with the proper care and maintenance. 

Want to know what type of cabinetry is right for your kitchen? Fill out this form to begin working with the Bath Plus Kitchen design studio! 

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How to measure your kitchen for a remodel

How to measure your kitchen for a remodel

If you’re planning a remodel, measure your current kitchen accurately to create a design that can be executed perfectly, bringing your dream kitchen to life.

How well you measure your kitchen can be a factor in how smoothly your kitchen remodel goes. If you don’t get your measurements right, your design won’t come to life as expected. Because it’s so important, many of our clients request Bath Plus Kitchen’s Measurement Services, available with our Standard and Ultra Kitchen Design Services packages. This prevents issues such as:

  • Gaps between pieces (e.g., between countertop and stove).
  • Not enough space to accommodate certain features comfortably, such as a kitchen island.

Want to learn how to do it yourself? This blog will guide you through it.

Keep in mind that if you don’t measure your kitchen correctly, you may be able to fit everything you wanted into your kitchen space, but it won’t be a perfect fit. Accuracy here is essential while preparing for a remodel. It makes for a better experience, which is why one of our custom cabinet lines has even developed a special system for flexibility and ease-of-use. Proper measurements help your kitchen designer work out the best way to create a kitchen for you that functions seamlessly and looks fantastic.

When our designers at Bath Plus Kitchen meet with a new client, getting a clear picture of the current kitchen helps them make their best recommendations for the space. To plan the perfect kitchen remodel, we offer guidance on measuring the space and compiling ideas. Once we have a clear picture of what you’re looking for and the space we’d be working with, we can get to work.

Read: What a kitchen remodel timeline typically looks like

Try these tips on measuring your kitchen accurately to prepare for your kitchen remodel!

What you will need

1. Tape measure

Tape measure, image from garagetooladvisor.com

Chances are, you know how to use a tape measure. You’ve probably used one for various projects around the house, but here are a few tips to make it easier:

  • Make friends with the lock button – While you may be able to take quick measurements by keeping the tape extended, the lock button will improve accuracy and also allow you to pause to note your measurements down comfortably.
  • Try out the belt clip – This one’s straightforward; use it to avoid a tape measure hunt in the middle of mapping out your kitchen!
  • Use the hook tab – Where possible, hook the tape onto whatever you’re measuring, so you can check if everything is aligned before you note down a measurement. When used together with the lock button, you can double check each measurement to make sure it’s accurate before moving on to the next one.
  • Get familiar with the tape measure marks – Many tape measures have lines/marks of various lengths to indicate units of measurement. If you haven’t done so yet, look closely at the little lines between every inch on the tape. This varies, but you may find marks for 1/16”, 1/8”, 1/4″, 1/2″, and 1”. Some even have a black arrow for every foot. Keeping this in mind can make it easier to count as you measure.

2. Straightedge

         You’ll need one to draw the layout of your current kitchen, indicating measurements.

3. Graph paper

Along with written measurements, a graph or grid paper is a great way to help explain your current kitchen’s layout to your designer. Of course, your remodel team will do their own measurements, but greater accuracy from the get-go can only make things easier! Get started with these tips:

Use our free downloadable graph paper to measure your kitchen 

  • Measure the perimeter of the room to frame your drawing.
  • Based on this, decide on your scale key and make a note of it. For example, you could decide that every square represents 5 inches. You can then create a drawing to scale.

4. Pencil(s)

         A simple pencil and eraser will get the job done. However, feel free to use colored pencils or markers to make your drawing more detailed.

A few general tips on measuring your kitchens

  1. Measure clockwise – Start at the top left corner of your drawing and then start measuring clockwise, marking all the measurements clearly.
  2. Label walls, windows, and doors with numbers and codes – Add descriptions and labels to facilitate your discussion with your designer.
  3. Find the center of all permanent features – This will help you measure items such as windows, doors, big appliances, as well as plumbing and electrical components.
  4. Measure horizontally and vertically – Take horizontal measurements from halfway up your walls. Vertical measurements are important as well, where you can note the total height as well as a breakdown of measurements. For example, if measuring a window, you can measure from the floor to the window trim, then window height, and finally from the top of the window to the ceiling. You can add these up and check if it matches the total height of that wall. Cross-checking measurements like this will improve accuracy.
  5. Include the trim for windows and doors – When you measure windows and doors, include the trim or frame in your measurements.

What to measure

Once you’ve put together your supplies, you can move on to measuring and drawing.

Step 1 – Create a floor plan

Keeping in mind your scale key, draw the perimeter of your room. Everything else can be detailed out from there. Getting the perimeter right is important because it lets the designer know how much space they’re working with.

Next, mark the windows, doors, and archways. Be sure to indicate which way they open, and whether they lead outside or into another part of the house. This will give your kitchen designer a sense of the basic usable space, the shape of your kitchen, and whether or any part of the kitchen can be opened out.

Step 2 – Create a wall plan

Measure the exact length of each wall. To do this right, measure the length in 3 places:

  • Along the floor
  • Halfway up the wall
  • At the ceiling

Why measure the same thing thrice? For the most part, walls are not perfectly square. This means that the three measurements you just took can be off by a few inches.

Use the widest of the three measurements for your wall plan. This is what you’ll use to order your kitchen cabinetry to avoid any awkward gaps. It’s a good idea to inform your kitchen designer about all three measurements, to give them a full picture of what they’re working with.

Your designer will also need to know what’s on the other side of each wall, so note that down as well. For example, if the living room is on the other side of one wall, you could label it “interior wall” and write “living room” outside it. Similarly, you can label a wall an “exterior wall” if the other side of it is the outside of your house.

Step 3 – Make note of any obstacles

Think of this as telling your kitchen designer more about your walls and what’s connected to them. Some items to note are:

  • Gas and electricity meters
  • Boilers
  • Radiators
  • Extractor fans
  • Appliances
  • Water stopcock
  • Plug sockets
  • Light switches
  • TV sockets

Measure their width from their widest point, and mark their position on the wall. Of course, you may need professional help to get some of these, but try to identify as many as you can.

Step 4 – Measure the windows

While measuring windows, be sure to include the trim. Start measuring from the top left corner of your drawing, and go clockwise.

  • Measure the distance between that corner and the edge of the window trim and mark that on the diagram.
  • Then, measure the width of the window and mark that. Label it ‘Window #1’.
  • Keep going clockwise until every window has been marked,
  • Then, get the height and width of each window
  • Also measure vertically, noting the distance between the floor and the bottom of each window and the distance between the top of the window and the ceiling.

The objective here is to get the size and placement of all windows.

Step 5 – Measure the doorways

This is similar to the way you measured windows. Again, start measuring from the top left corner of your drawing.

  • Measure the distance between that corner, halfway up the wall, and the edge of the door trim. Mark that on the diagram.
  • Then, measure the width of the door and mark that. Label it ‘Door #1’.
  • If there’s more than one door on a wall, measure again from the left corner to the edge of the second door’s trim; i.e., don’t just measure between doors.
  • Keep going clockwise until every door has been marked.
  • Then, get the height and width of each door. For the height, measure from the floor up to the top edge of the door trim. Note these details down, with additional diagrams if possible.

Step 6 – Pipes, vents, outlets, switches

When you discuss your new kitchen with your designer, you’ll probably talk about new appliances and features you’d love to have in your dream kitchen. To tell you what’s possible and what will need rewiring or replumbing, a kitchen designer needs to know the dimensions and positions of the key items. You can share the locations of:

  • Electrical switches
  • Sockets
  • Drainpipes
  • Venting ductwork

As with measuring doors and windows, start in the left-hand corner. On every wall, identify the plumbing and electrical items. Measure from the corner to the center of the item and mark it on your drawing.

Step 6 – Final check

Now it’s time to check if your measurements are accurate. If you have a rectangular room, it would follow that parallel walls are the same length. You could check if the measurements match and measure again if something seems off. Take a look around your kitchen and compare it to your drawing to see if you’ve represented it correctly.

Once you give your kitchen designer the measurements and your ideas, you can move on to the exciting part – designing your dream kitchen! We’d love to hear what you have in mind and introduce you to our process. Get in touch with us to learn how we can transform your kitchen.


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