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Thursday, April 23, 2009

A Home Office you can be proud of

With so many of us working out of our home (myself included), it's very important to separate "home life" from "home office."

Shown here is a beautifully designed home office for one of our clients, using our "economy friendly" cabinetry line, Quality Cabinets.

Although "economy friendly" there is no compromise on this great design!

Plenty of file cabinets and other drawers were designed within her "L" shaped desk area, providing plenty of counter space for her to multi-task throughout the day.
Additional file cabinets support the bookcase area (above) used for display, family photos, books, etc. It's up to you to accessorize and make this space your own!
Now...this is an office you can spend time in!

Monday, April 13, 2009

BIA Awards Night..what an honor!

Building Industry Association of Southeastern Michigan (BIA) honored the top residential industry professionals in southeastern Michigan April 3, in conjunction with the Spring Home & Garden Show at the Rock Financial Showplace in Novi.

~Outstanding Subcontractor of the Year - Kristen Shellenbarger of Midwest Cabinet & Countertop in Detroit
~Mark Renn of H.J. Oldenkamp in Warren for service to the remodeling industry
~Remodeler of the Year - William Borchert of Borchert Construction in Washington Township

Congratulations to above NAHBR members too, Mark Renn on my left, and Bill Borchert on my right in picture above!
We are staying focused on a positive year for S.E. Michigan in 2009 and beyond!

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Hate doing laundry? Not anymore!

Paneling a dishwasher, refrigerator or warming drawers in a kitchen, has been a common practice. But now...washers and dryers can be added to that list, with Asko's laundry care system that accepts cabinetry panels for seamless looks.

For many laundry rooms, this will be an exciting new look!

In many small city kitchens, where having an extra room or basement for laundry space isn't an option, you can hide a small unit in your kitchen.

For a more contemporary look, stainless panels are available too.

Shown above is a washer and dryer unit stacked vertically.
To the right, the tall cabinet is a 'drying cabinet' (for all those clothes and items that can't be tossed into a normal dryer like shoes, delicates, etc.).
What cool new appliances sure to make someone say, "How did I do laundry without this?!"