Kitchen Design Gallery:
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2016 DelCY Award winning kitchen:
This bright and welcoming design features beautiful granite counter tops, a two level island, and a functional office nook. The kitchen, office and bar are all designed with Bishop Utica Birch cabinetry in an Amber stain. This kitchen won the 2016 DelCY award for the best kitchen in Delaware and Montgomery county between 60 – 100K.
2017 Viking Appliance Design Competition Winner
This spacious kitchen design leads into a distinctive home bar and game room making these rooms the place to be in this elegant home. Out the kitchen window is a view of the pool, gazebo, and a custom tree house.
Viking Range, LLC, the leader in residential kitchen technology, named Paul McAlary the March 2017 Designer of Distinction for his Sellerville PA kitchen. 12 Designers from around the United States are vying for the coveted honor to become the 2017 Viking Designer of the Year.
Collegeville, PA Kitchen:
This design is in the Bishop Bar Harbor raised panel solid maple door style in a Nordic White finish. Stacked cabinetry, a custom hood, and large island legs help give this kitchen a built-in look. An over the range spice nook and the distinctive subway tile backsplash add to this effect.
Philadelphia PA Kitchen:
This simple classic J shaped design is created in the Bishop Danbury door style. The light maple cabinetry and Sienna Beige granite countertops are accented by the dark faux wood porcelain tile flooring.
Ardmore PA Kitchen:
White inset shaker cabinetry and black with lightly highlighted soapstone countertops help create a modern look with traditional materials. For a smaller open space design this kitchen maximizes cabinetry and countertops all in the right places to make work areas functional and uncrowded.
DelCY Award Winning Kitchen:
This 2015 DelCY award winner was selected as the best kitchen in Delaware and Chester counties between 60 and 100 thousand dollars. Featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer, the design offers plenty of light, and seating at the large center island. White and black Bishop beaded inset St Cloud cabinetry with complementary black soapstone and light quartzite countertops create the elegant look our customers and our designer were after. The Paris style subway tile, the large island legs, and the custom glass doors help tie the overall look together.
West Chester, PA Kitchen:
A Bishop Utica birch doorstyle painted off white allows this kitchen to stay affordable while still retaining the an expensive distinctive look. The medium stained solid cherry hutch with black painted accents adds a formal and expensive touch to the design while keeping the higher priced cabinetry as an accent piece.
CotY Award winning kitchen in Lafayette Hill:
This kitchen was designed by Main Line Kitchen Design’s Ray Gardner and was selected the 2014 CotY award winning kitchen between 40 and 80 thousand dollars for Bucks and Montgomery counties. It was featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer and also the national kitchen and bath magazine K+BB Magazine. Photos of this and another of Ray’s kitchens also appeared in Kitchen and Bath Design News. Clean lines, white shaker cabinetry and light quartzite countertops are highlighted by lots of natural light and a beautiful view from casement windows located over the primary sink.
Havertown PA Traditional Kitchen:
This Traditional kitchen is economically designed in our Fabuwood cabinet line. The mitered birch doors with cinnamon stain and chocolate glaze would add several upgrade charges in most cabinet lines. In Fabuwood this door style and finish is no extra charge and comes standard with all plywood construction, and solid maple cabinet fronts, doors, and drawer fronts. Also standard are solid wood dovetail drawers with buffered soft close full extension tracks and soft close doors.
Best of Kitchens:
Watch a short video of some of our recently completed kitchens. Some are award winning, some are simple, but we think nearly all our kitchens convey warmth and feel inviting. See if you agree.
Here is a kitchen renovation that combined the kitchen and dining room to create a larger open space. While the design might seem simple there were several challenges. The plan called for a load bearing wall being removed, a window closed on the inside and left as a darkened window in the stone work outside, and a powder room and hallway was added to a dysfunctional space adjacent to the kitchen.