Recent kitchens in Philadelphia PA

Main Line Kitchen Design’s office and selection center is located 200 yards from City Line Avenue (Route 1) and so 200 yards from the city of Philadelphia. However, surprisingly only about 20 percent of our customers live inside Philadelphia’s city limits.

Possibly our company name makes Philadelphians believe we are farther away or overly expensive. The reality is quite the opposite. Main Line Kitchen Design is very reasonable for cabinetry because our business model saves our designers time and eliminates the expensive overhead of a large showroom open to the public.

Our offices are 6.2 miles from City Hall, less than 100 yards from the Bala stop on the Cynwyd train line, and 1/2 of a block from the bus stop on City Line Avenue.

Below are a few of the Philadelphia kitchens we have completed in the last few years.

Grey-stained shaker kitchen in Philadelphia

White shaker kitchen with stainless steel chimney hood in Philadelphia.

White Philadelphia kitchen with sink in peninsula.

If you live inside the city of Philadelphia, why not let our more experienced designers show you what your kitchen could be? Our cabinetry prices are slightly below Lowes and Home Depot for the less expensive, better made, cabinet brands that we sell. And we are even a better bargain for the custom cabinet brands that we sell. So, it makes sense to travel a little outside the city for better design help and competitive prices.

We hope Philadelphians will consider calling us and finding out why we get 100’s of 5 Star reviews.

. . . and of course . . .

Go Eagles, Phillies, 6er’s, Flyers, Union, and all our local College sports teams!

2 Replies to “Recent kitchens in Philadelphia PA”

  1. Jan

    What is the quartz counter and island top in the first photo? Beautiful.

    1. pmcalary[ Post Author ]

      Hi Jan,
      I’m not positive but it looks like Cambria Britanica.

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