A couple relocating from California bought the house with the knowledge that some things had to be done, starting with the kitchen, which designer Jim Deen described as “belonging in a log cabin out West somewhere.”
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“We do spectacular,” says Chip Tiber, president Studio 76 Kitchens & Baths in the Cleveland suburb of Twinsburg.
The kitchen Edan created is what he calls a transitional look with a contemporary flair and Cape Cod-like colors.
How to grow a kitchen out of a confined space and provide more functionality was the challenge designer Gail Drury took on.
The most recent creative journey for Todd Wiley and Grabill is the renovation of a kitchen and bath for a well-traveled couple with a “sophisticated taste for the contemporary,” as Todd puts it.
Clay Leavell, owner of Kitchen Concepts in Lexington, Ky., has introduced “one of the most remarkable, innovative showrooms we’ve seen with our dealers involved in high end cabinetry,” says Josef Carlock of Grabill Dealer Development.
At Grabill, every order is a unique challenge worthy of special handling.
The clients for this project had a very specific vision of how they wanted their kitchen to look.
Twenty university teams compete in the Solar Decathlon; the winner of the competition is the team that best blends affordability, consumer appeal, and design excellence with optimal energy production and maximum efficiency.
For Grabill’s 2010 Home Collections Design Competition, Gail Drury received an honorable mention in the Traditional category.
Veneers have come a long way – especially reconstituted veneers.
Every cabinetry or furniture order that comes through Grabill is thoroughly checked by our Order Process Team (formerly known as the Layout Department).
Our dealers’ greatest asset is their ability to custom design around their client’s budgets and unique tastes.