Enter the Dream Kitchen Makeover giveaway for a chance to win your Dream Kitchen! One grand-prize winner will receive a check up to $12,000 for his or her own Dream Kitchen! Entrants may register online at www.wellborn.com. No purchase necessary to enter. Entrants must fill in all required fields. All contest registrations begin on July 1, 2013 at 12:00:01 am and end November 30, 2013 at 11:59:59 pm.
On behalf of the entire Wellborn Cabinet Family, we congratulate Kay Doran Senior as our Dream Kitchen Makeover Winner!
“We are all very excited to begin the process of your Dream Kitchen Makeover!”
Congrats also to Brenda Ramirez of Uptown Kitchens as the Official Dream Kitchen Makeover Dealer.”
We always love to find beautiful Wellborn Cabinetry designs on Houzz – a great tool for consumers to find their “style” and for remodelers, builders and dealers to “showcase” their work!
Our Houzz Call of the week is from Echelon Custom Homes with a delightful clean and classic design using our Sonoma Maple Door Style finished in Sandstone Slate on the perimeter and island of the kitchen.
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Houzz Call – Sharing Great Wellborn Cabinet Designs we find on Houzz.
Each week we love to spend time on Houzz (probably more time than we should) but every time we find a new design or project featuring our cabinetry and we are in awe of the unbelievably talented designers who specify Wellborn!!! We salute & appreciate your talents and continued support by sharing your work on our social sites as well! So Enjoy!
This week’s Houzz Call is by Coast Design Kitchen & Bath Mobile, AL, US
Downtown Mobile, Alabama Historic Home Kitchen Remodel
Listed on the National Register of Historic Homes, this home is one of the “twins” or les Jemuelles as they are known. It was built in the late 1800’s and is located in the De Tonti Square Historic District in downtown Mobile, Alabama. Coast Design Kitchen & Bath designed and installed this remodeled kitchen in May 2013.
Cabinetry featured is from our Estate Custom Collection. The cabinet door style is Melrose Maple with our Pebble Java Finish.
Photos by Jessica Henderson
At this past year’s KBIS we debuted our new gray named “Willow” it was met with much excitement from our dealers, team members, design partners and the K&B industry as a whole! Our Corporate Designer Karen Salyer worked with our Dealer-Designer Council and our marketing team to achieve the correct hue answer to the new neutral question.
The transitional style kitchen also showcases components that are part of our Active Living Collection – the open space under the cooktop is a great space for legroom – whether wheelchair or a chair / stool – and adds interest to the space as well. One of the many elements that increased the appeal of this kitchen was the use of lighting! Lighting was used in the normal areas, wall cabinets with glass doors and in the leg room area under the cooktop but lighting was also added to base cabinetry in hard to see corners and where cabinetry kits were installed. Just another excellent feature for those clients with aging eyes, limited sight or really for everyone!
The Door Style: The door style featured on the display is a new door style – Messina Maple, a full overlay, wide stile and rail, cope and tenon door with a solid wood reverse raised center panel, which is available in Cherry or Maple and comes standard with a three-piece drawer front (which changes to a five-piece when the drawer front is over 8 1/8” high) or optional slab drawer front. Messina is available in the Premier Series, Estate Custom Collection and the Elegant Bath Collection.
With Design Partners – Designs Come to Life!
No display could ever be possible without the dedication and assistance of our Design Partners! We have included links to all the products that were used in the Willow display.
Miele Steam Oven
Stay tuned for more KBIS updates of all the great products from our booth!
Excerpt from: KBIS 2013: What’s Hot In Kitchens
If you saw Kayla’s bathroom trends post then you know that we recently spent a few days in the Big Easy for the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show checking out the hottest new products before they hit shelves. Trendspotting at a trade show is always fun but unlike other shows we attend where design is the only focus, kitchens and baths are spaces where form and function are equally important so technology is key. If you’re in the market for a new kitchen, or just thinking about a few upgrades, here are the freshest trends/technologies to make your kitchen really cook!