sw_final_logo_black2

Kitchen Dreams Blog

Renovating a Kitchen with Elise Connor, CKD – In Progress

Posted on Oct 8, 2014 10:50:50 AM

Often, renovation is stressful because all that you do in the kitchen as a family is now in a chaotic state – eating, cooking and socializing.  Elise and her team did everything they could to make the transition.  The customer, Marlene, got involved in a creative way – she wrote about it while the process was happening!  Her opinions are really the only ones that matter, so we’ll let them speak for us:

 

 

Read More

Topics: customer, kitchen renovation, in progress, testimonial

“Why is there a wide disparity in pricing for cabinetry?” By William Burke, Senior Designer-S & W Kitchens, Inc.

Posted on Apr 30, 2013 2:07:00 PM

If you have decided to undertake a kitchen remodeling project, you have most likely already noticed that there are an abundance of choices for kitchen cabinets. While a quick trip to a kitchen design showroom may help you with the aesthetic choices, a more thorough study will be helpful to discern the true value in cabinetry choices.  We are often asked for a price based on a lineal foot calculation. Prices can vary greatly, from $150 per foot on the low end on up to $700-$800 and beyond. What is the difference from the low end to the high end? There are many. While comparing cabinetry prices per foot can be like comparing car prices by the pound, it can be a useful exercise to establish a starting point.

Read More

Topics: cabinets, customer, stock, semi-custom, value