1. Kitchen Remodel Timeline

    Kitchen Remodel Timeline

    A successful kitchen renovation is best broken up into phases. This way you can visualize the big picture and build a schedule that works for you. There are several ways you can interpret a kitchen remodel timeline, but the experts at Prime Cabinetry have found the following breakdown to be the most effective.

  2. Discover Your Design Style

    Discover Your Design Style

    Identifying your design style creates the framework for your kitchen remodel. At Prime Cabinetry, we believe your kitchen should reflect your unique personality. Having a clear design goal sets you up to make the best decision for your cabinet type and finish.

  3. 13 Best Kitchen Storage Solutions

    13 Best Kitchen Storage Solutions

    Are you looking for ways to keep your kitchen organized and functional for daily use? We have listed over 12 ways to better store the items you use most, least, and everything in between. Prime Cabinetry has a great selection of functional cabinet hardware to choose from, helping you get the most practical and appealing kitchen for your money.

  4. 7 Common Kitchen Remodel Mistakes to Avoid

    7 Common Kitchen Remodel Mistakes to Avoid

    Remodeling your kitchen is no overnight task. It is a substantial project that will need proper planning, budgeting, and preparation. Apply the tips in this guide to prevent your project from going over budget and misusing your valuable time. Here are seven kitchen remodel mistakes to avoid.

  5. Cost to Remodel Your Kitchen

    Cost to Remodel Your Kitchen

    The kitchen is the heart of the home, so it is no wonder over 1/3 of Americans renovate this room before any other in their house. A quality kitchen renovation instills people with a sense of pride in their home. After all, they spend a large percentage of time at home in their kitchens – cooking, gathering, and entertaining with family and friends. It is also a smart financial investment, improving the overall appeal and value of any house.

  6. 3 Ways To Make Your Bathroom Look Expensive

    3 Ways To Make Your Bathroom Look Expensive

    There are many ways to upgrade a bathroom- particularly when your space could use a makeover. The design decisions could drive the budget to stay in line with the project or way out of line. You ultimately want to maximize your look for less. Stick to what fits your bathroom and satisfies your needs of aesthetics, functional storage, and resale value. I will provide a mini-guide to get you started on your renovation and make sure you are spending your dollars well!

  7. RTA Kitchen Cabinets

    RTA Kitchen Cabinets

    What is RTA?

    RTA or “Ready to Assemble”, is a term used often in the cabinet industry. RTA kitchen cabinets are un-assembled cabinets that are transported by freight to the buyer’s chosen delivery location. RTA Kitchen cabinets arrive “flat pack” ready for the customer or builder to assemble and install them. The opposite of RTA is, of course, assembled cabinets or custom cabinets. Ordering cabinets pre-assembled can be useful to many customers who are new to major remodels, however, we know the biggest factor in a project this size is cost. Depending on your level of expertise with cabinet assembly, and the helpful resources we offer, you can determine which route is right for you.

  8. Kitchen Island Designs

    Kitchen Island Designs

    Check out Prime Cabinetry’s favorite kitchen island inspiration photos! Then, make an appointment with a designer today to see what options you have for your own kitchen island!

  9. What Are The Similarities And Differences Between Granite And Quartz Countertops?

    What Are The Similarities And Differences Between Granite And Quartz Countertops?

    Granite and quartz are among the most used countertop surfaces in kitchens and baths to date. But how do you choose which surface to apply to cabinets? Granite is familiar with most people because it is saturating the marketplace. However quartz has gained such a strong popularity because of its color versatility and function, it may eventually catch up to granite.

  10. Small Kitchens With A Big Personality

    Small Kitchens With A Big Personality


    Living with limited kitchen space is not the best case scenario for any culinary connoisseur, baking expert, or DIYer. But, designing the kitchen of your dreams does not have to be restricted by the size or shape of the space you are working with. Transforming any tiny kitchen into a stunning and functional room in your home can be done effortlessly.

    So, what qualifies as a small kitchen?

    Over the last 50 years kitchen sizes have increased from about 70 to 150 square feet. According to Lee Wallender from Home Renovation’s About Home, generally the “classic 10 x 10 kitchen” (100 square feet or less) is considered the benchmark of small kitchen sizing. The most common small kitchen will be what is considered a galley kitchen. This shape is long and narrow with counters on either side of a central walkway. Though, kitchen sizing is going to differ according to the area you live in, this standard for the average kitchen in 2016 can be useful when planning your own remodel.


Items 21-30 of 35

Show per page