Kitchen 4: by Linden Kitchen & Bath, Inc.

Tim and Beth came to our showroom with the dream of turning their outdated kitchen, in their beautiful stately 1990’s home, into an updated gourmet gathering place. In our initial meeting, their requests were to have tall upper cabinets to complement their high ceilings, to utilize their existing high-end appliances, to invest in quality cabinetry to better fit the quality of their home, and to change the kitchen design to include a cherry furniture island with decorative legs.
Originally, Tim and Beth had a simple kitchen layout with basic cabinetry. Upgrades included a more decorative cabinet door style, a built-in area for the microwave with fluted columns, built-in panels for their sub-zero refrigerator, and making the stove wall a focal point with glass cabinet doors and a decorative panel over the hood to emphasize their beautiful copper cookware. Along with the quality of the new Showplace cabinetry, the kitchen features new cosmic black granite, ornate designer hardware, new Tuscan-inspired tile back splash, and two-toned stained colors to customize the look.

As an automotive engineer, Tim appreciated our attention to detail, ideas, and suggestions since he did his own installation. With all the angles in their kitchen, it was crucial to have every detail exact. This is something we take great pride and ownership in. The project turned out to be exceptional, both in functionality and in appearance. It was a pleasure to work with Tim and Beth to create the kitchen of their dreams with this kitchen remodel.

 

  

Designed by:
Michelle Robins

Michelle Robins received her interior design degree in California where she began her career. For the last 20 years she has worked at Linden Kitchen & Bath, which was started by her grandfather over 70 years ago. She purchased the business from her parents 14 years ago. She is proud to continue the family tradition of providing high quality products and customer service to their clients.

Project Description:

Tim and Beth came to our showroom with the dream of turning their outdated kitchen, in their beautiful stately 1990’s home, into an updated gourmet gathering place. In our initial meeting, their requests were to have tall upper cabinets to complement their high ceilings, to utilize their existing high-end appliances, to invest in quality cabinetry to better fit the quality of their home, and to change the kitchen design to include a cherry furniture island with decorative legs.

Originally, Tim and Beth had a simple kitchen layout with basic cabinetry. Upgrades included a more decorative cabinet door style, a built-in area for the microwave with fluted columns, built-in panels for their sub-zero refrigerator, and making the stove wall a focal point with glass cabinet doors and a decorative panel over the hood to emphasize their beautiful copper cookware. Along with the quality of the new Showplace cabinetry, the kitchen features new cosmic black granite, ornate designer hardware, new Tuscan-inspired tile back splash, and two-toned stained colors to customize the look.

As an automotive engineer, Tim appreciated our attention to detail, ideas, and suggestions since he did his own installation. With all the angles in their kitchen, it was crucial to have every detail exact. This is something we take great pride and ownership in. The project turned out to be exceptional, both in functionality and in appearance. It was a pleasure to work with Tim and Beth to create the kitchen of their dreams with this kitchen remodel.


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Designed by:
Michelle Robins
Linden Kitchen & Bath, Inc.

Designer Bio:

Michelle Robins received her interior design degree in California where she began her career. For the last 20 years she has worked at Linden Kitchen & Bath, which was started by her grandfather over 70 years ago. She purchased the business from her parents 14 years ago. She is proud to continue the family tradition of providing high quality products and customer service to their clients.

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