Kitchen Remodeling: The Sink

The task of remodeling your kitchen might seem overwhelming when you think of all the different things involved and there is a good reason for that. The reason is: There is a lot involved with remodeling your kitchen Whether you are going full service, DIY, or something in between, it is not a bad idea to spend a lot of time in the planning phases of your new kitchen design, refacing, or remodeling project. A

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Virginia Beach Cabinet Options: 2 Kitchen Islands

The Kitchen Island Revisited What could be better than one kitchen island? How about two. I have seen this trend appear on the scene sparsely. I have not seen it fully impact Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk, or Portsmouth as a major design choice. It is however very interesting and may be the ideal solution for a number of important things you need your kitchen for. More Space The most obvious thing 2 islands is going

Free Cabinet Installation Offer

By popular demand our free cabinet installation offer is BACK!!! It is only back for a short time. Stretch that dollar and avoid endless hidden charges and hassles that come with installation fees. On top of free installation, here are some other benefits you can get from Accent Kitchens: Get your FREE quote in 2 days Avoid upcoming material cost increases and lock in the best rate now Get the luxury cabinets by using the

Kitchen Cabinet Design in Chesapeake

Chesapeake Kitchen Cabinet Remodel: Featuring Mahogany This is an actual project from Accent Kitchens and Bath in Chesapeake Virginia. Designed and installed for a house in the Greenbrier section, it is a great example of what great space planning can do for your kitchen, transforming it from an overcrowded space to one that maximizes every inch of space. The redesign gives additional space but still leaves an illusion of space.  The Kitchen Island Adding an

Saving on Kitchen Cabinets in Virginia Beach: Money Saving Tips

There is an excellent article on saving money I found in U.S. News & World Report. The link to the article is at the bottom of the page Here are some the highlights: Look for decorative items that you may not think are important like crown molding, or etching and engraving on glass cabinet doors. Consider additional options like painting your kitchen cabinets instead of replacing them all together. Since you are not a contractor

Is Clutter The Real Threat To Your Kitchen Cabinets

Sometimes the problem with making your kitchen, and kitchen cabinets, seem better is not color, or glass accents, or even overall design. It is  bottlenecks created by overcrowding. More specifically it is clutter. Clutter in the shelves, on the counters and all over can disrupt the flow of people through your kitchen. No bright color or glass panel is going to make up for you being a pack rat. So what do you do? Seek