As a Design Showroom, we have displays of many brands of appliances in our vignettes. We do not keep items in stock, and order appliances for custom projects. For best service please call ahead to schedule an appointment.
If you are selecting appliances for a new home or complete kitchen remodel, please bring a copy of your house plans/cabinet layout. If you are replacing existing appliances, it is helpful to know the following information prior to your visit:
- Range/Cooktop Size: 30”/36”/48”/60”
- Dishwasher Size: 18”/24”
- Ventilation Type: Under cabinet, Wall Mount (how tall is ceiling) or Downdraft Size: 30”/36”/42”/48”/60” Is the existing hood ducted to the outside (If so what is size of the duct work)
- Wall Oven: Single or Double 24”/27”/30”
- Microwave Size: 24”/27” Trim Kit: 27”/30”
- Refrigerator: Size of Current Fridge, Size of opening including Depth. Style: Counter Depth, Full Size, Built In
If you have the model number of the existing appliance you are replacing that is helpful.
We look forward to helping you!
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON APPLIANCES: Please let us know what are you looking for?
Appliance Delivery and Service
We offer professional appliance delivery and installation services. Your sales professional will help coordinate your delivery and installation. If you ever need appliance service after the sale, please contact your local store for a list of recommended local service companies.
Our warehouse and showroom do not keep products in stock, but we can order appliances for everyday & custom projects.
HELPFUL TIPS FOR HOMEOWNERS CONSIDERING A REMODEL: Get Professional Design Help
Even if you know exactly what you want in your new kitchen, an expert will know some tricks you won’t. They may have design aspects you hadn’t considered before, from making the most out of your cabinet space to selecting a beautiful countertop and appliances in your price range. They can let you know what’s worth splurging on, and what’s worth pulling back on. That way, you can make the right design decisions you will ultimately be happier with in the long-run. A professional designer will also have experience and advice from plenty of other homeowners they have worked with.
Focus On Functionality
It can be easy to get caught up in the fun stuff like choosing colors, looking at different materials, or even on cutting down the budget. However, the main goal with any new kitchen is functionality. It is the space in the home where real work is done; from whipping up difficult recipes to cleaning up after dinner parties. Be sure that your main focus is the functionality of each design aspect, such as the location of your appliances, the purpose of your kitchen island, how much storage you really need, and your overall goals of what you want to achieve in the kitchen.
Choose Your Appliances Early On
The appliances you choose will have a big impact on your kitchen; from how the cabinets will hold up your sink to how your range hood will be vented. By choosing all your appliances early on, you won’t have sudden construction standstills because you didn’t know the sink you chose would impact where your dishwasher could be located. It also helps to find an appliance store that will hold onto your appliances during remodeling since they are installed last.
Don’t Skimp on Lighting
Lighting can make or break a kitchen, yet it’s rarely considered a significant feature when designing your kitchen. There are three different types of light fixtures to include in your space: Recessed fixtures for ambient lighting, under-cabinet lighting to illuminate your workspaces, and pendants/ceiling fixtures that add additional lighting and aesthetic appeal. By including layers of lighting, you will create a welcoming and functioning atmosphere while beautifully displaying the other gorgeous features you put a lot of time and effort into (such as quartz countertops or gold-finished hardware).