Monday, November 23, 2009

Details of The Savannah Cabinet Shop’s Newly Remodeled Showroom

Thinking of remodeling your kitchen or bath in Savannah? The Savannah Cabinet Shop can be your Savannah remodeling contractor. The Savannah Cabinet Shop’s newly remodeled cabinetry showroom in downtown Savannah is the place for all of your cabinetry and design needs. Come enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and the individual attention of Savannah’s premier cabinet shop. Our showroom offers something for everyone including builders, contractors, and home owners in the greater Savannah area.

The gourmet kitchen in our showroom features top of the line appliances from Livingoods, including a Wolf dual-fuel range, a paneled Bosch dishwasher and a Sub-Zero refrigerator. The kitchen countertops are double thick, honed granite with a decorative ogee edge from Creative Stone Accessories. Garden State Tile provided the rectangular, textured glass tile backsplash. The kitchen cabinetry features a mixture of frameless, full-overlay, raised panel, cherry base cabinets in a dark burnished stain and arched Louis XIV drawer heads, and framed, inset raised panel, maple wall cabinets with a distressed white heirloom paint finish. The large mantle style hood and enclosed armoire refrigerator are also finished in the distressed heirloom white paint. The wall cabinets feature a variety of heights and depths creating visual interest. There is a countertop cabinet with a pocket flip-up door to hold the microwave and a beveled glass mullion door above. Other specialty wall cabinets include a wine cubby wall cabinet with two spice drawers and a diagonal wall Lazy Susan corner cabinet. The base cabinets include spice pull-outs with split post fronts, a double trash pull-out, two easy reach base corner cabinets with drawers, and a tray divider cabinet.

The large hutch in the dining area is designed to function as a bar. One of the tall cabinets has a mirrored back with glass shelves, stemware holders, and wine cubbies. The center wall cabinet has a swing arm spice shelf. Below, is a liquor base cabinet with roll outs designed to hold liquor bottles and bar accessories, a base pantry pull-out for bottles and cans, and a pull-out serving cart. Each of the tall cabinets is topped with a lift-up door wall cabinet. The center wall cabinet features an “X” mullion, antique glass door and a split top bonnet. While the entire piece is finished in a distressed black paint with rub-throughs, there are two distinct door styles mixed together: a low profile, raised panel door with chamfered inside edges and a recessed, flat panel door with molded edges.

The full bath was remolded from two separate half baths, completely gutted and then dry walled, tiled, and re-plumbed. A shower stall with floor to ceiling glass tile was added. A tiled wainscot runs the perimeter of the room, and the floor is made from river rock tiles for visual interest and a touch of whimsy. Again, all tile was provided by Garden State Tile. A freestanding furniture vanity made from a recessed flat panel cabinet with zebra wood insert panels and tapered furniture posts along with stainless steel accents finishes off the Zen look and relaxed yet modern feel.

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