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October 2019

the influences behind kitchen design

2019-10-09T12:21:28+00:00October 9th, 2019|Cabinets, Kitchen, Kitchen Renovation, The Wright Kitchen, TWK Blog|

Kitchens are no different than other trends when it comes to their generational style and function changing over time. There are also influences from different counties and cultures that contribute to the evolution of these trends in North America. American’s have typically been drawn to traditional craftsman style cabinetry with the emphasis on wood and

May 2019

What to do with that corner cabinet in your kitchen?

2019-09-25T21:35:01+00:00May 27th, 2019|Cabinets, Kitchen, Kitchen Redesign, Kitchen Renovation, The Wright Kitchen, TWK Blog|

When planning your kitchen renovation, the question about what to do with the corners is usually a contentious one. Shelves? Lazy Susan? Lemans?  or just kill it? Here's a look at the pros and cons of each: 1. Shelves can be a cost effective and simple solution to corner storage and can be integrated into

Say goodbye to uppers and get down to entertaining!

2019-09-25T20:41:02+00:00May 4th, 2019|TWK Blog|

So you are about to rip apart your home and renovate your kitchen. You want to make this space fresh, exciting and inviting. You start thinking of a new layout, taking out walls, changing the flooring and lighting and maybe putting in a big island where your friends can gather. What can you do that

April 2019

Common Kitchen Work-Arounds

2019-09-25T20:43:58+00:00April 26th, 2019|TWK Blog|

Sometimes you run into issues with your kitchen design that require a little bit of thinking to get around. Whether it is an exposed appliance end, a drain pipe that you didn't anticipate or a beam that is running right through where you wanted to put cabinets. kitchen renovations can be frustrating at the best

Design Tips for a Successful Kitchen Renovation

2019-09-25T21:46:29+00:00April 5th, 2019|TWK Blog|

1.Set your budget and know what you are getting in to. Like most renovations, kitchens can get out of hand if you don’t do your homework up front. Make sure you have a solid understanding of costs related to the tear out and removal of your existing kitchen, plumbing, electrical, drywall, painting, flooring, lighting, appliances,