Every day Wellborn Cabinet partners are designing beautiful kitchens for renovations, remodels, or newly constructed homes. Wellborn Cabinet and a panel of the top industry designers have chosen three of the best small kitchen designs from the past year from our small Kitchen Design Contest winners. We have also included an honorable mention from the 2019 kitchen design contest.
These designs were judged on five main criteria:
- Safety & Ergonomics
- Elements & Principle of Design
- Design Planning
Inspired creations by Wellborn Cabinet partners.
Jump to winners:
1st Place – Todd & Norman Shertzer, Carefree Kitchens, Inc.
2nd Place – Dru Hinterleiter, Morrell Construction
3rd Place – Kelly Grish, Riverside Construction
Honorable Mention – Anna Dinger, West Chester Design Build
1st Place – Todd & Norman Shertzer
Carefree Kitchens, Inc.
2nd Place – Dru Hinterleiter
North Richland Hills, Texas
From the Builder: “The client wanted a more usable counter around the cooking and cleaning zones, more storage, lots of cabinetry and include some with lights. They requested to keep craft style of the home. We incorporated Wellborn Premiere Cabinets in Hanover Maple painted Oyster White.”
3rd Place – Kelly Grish
West Lafayette, Indiana
From the Builder: “The home was dark, very dated and lacking storage was some of the issue from the homeowners. They wanted a fun, retro kitchen that fit the age of the house while making it feel contemporary and giving it functional solutions. We incorporated Wellborn’s Select Series, Hancock MDF in Glaciercabinets and bright colors on the appliances to keep that retro look.”
Honorable Mention – Anna Dinger
West Chester Design Build
From the Builder: “The homeowners of this cape cod wanted to combine their kitchen and dining room spaces to create a larger kitchen for their family to enjoy. On their wish list were: large pot and pan drawers, large pull-out drawers with peg system for plates and bowls, cutlery tray, glass cabinets and decorative frames. We incorporated Wellborn’s Select Series Hancock door style in MDF painted Glacier white.”