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$99 to $249 A Month?
How Is That Possible?!
It's true, we offer way more kitchen for far less money. Our secret is that we can save you thousands on cabinets by repainting, redooring, refacing, so you can save more money for countertops, backsplashes, and flooring.
Even if you want a whole new layout with custom cabinets, we can still save you a lot of money (and time!) compared to traditional remodelers.
In the end, you just won't find a more cost effective way to get the kitchen of your dreams – RIGHT NOW!
Custom Cabinets - Little Rock, AR - Johnson
These Little Rock, AR homeowners were due for a complete overhaul of their kitchen space. Everything from the dated appliances to the dark 1970’s birch stained cabinets were all done away with. New cabinets were installed and extended to the ceiling with the upper shaker doors painted a white downy and the bases given a stone stain. Stainless steel appliances, new backsplash and countertops, and updated hardware and flooring were all added, resulting in a kitchen that looked like it came from a different house completely! We were grateful to be professionally referred to help these homeowners achieve their dream kitchen.
The kitchen in this 1970’s style ranch home was in serious need of a face lift. We redoored original stained birch plywood cabinet doors with simple and classic white shaker doors with brushed nickel hardware, both of which better complemented the beautiful brick backsplash. New countertops and flooring were also updated to bring the room into a current style. We were thrilled the homeowners found us in there online search to help achieve this new look!
Cabinet Redooring Plus - Little Rock, AR - Johnson
This client wanted to open up the kitchen for a greater entertaining space. The upper peninsula was removed and an updated vent system was installed. New doors, drawer fronts, and appliance garaged updated the existing cabinets in combination with a new wet bar. The homeowner wanted a door style that better coordinated with the wall oven and microwave. A stainless steel door with black glass was installed to coordinate with the adjacent appliances. New countertops and a new backsplash completed this updated look. We are so glad that a local designer referred us for this fun transformation!
Our client had recently downsized to a patio style home and wanted a lighter and fresh look for the kitchen. The original cabinet boxes stayed in place, and our team restyled them with cabinet refacing. New custom-made doors & drawer fronts in a shaker style and white finish were installed along with a marble style of quartz. It perfectly compliments the backsplash and flooring which remained undisturbed. The “new kitchen” now much better reflects the homeowners style.
This homeowner was inspired by several Pinterest kitchens and design ideas. She wanted to incorporate some distressed wood into her design. Her father is handy and helped her find some reclaimed wood to do the shelving. She had an acquaintance that built a custom island with some of the same distressed and reclaimed wood qualities. She loved the shaker doors and how the new cabinets were able to complete the overall look of what she was wanting to create.
A tuxedo design was the goal for this family and their kitchen. They wanted to work with their existing granite and add an updated color palate throughout the space. Taking the cabinets to the ceiling was a must, as well as adding the additional cabinets for their coffee bar.
This homeowner did not like the glazed “dirty” look of her cabinets. The MDF doors were wearing and needed an update. New countertop and backsplash pulled everything together to coincide with the polished look of this home.