Kitchen with Soapstone Benchtops Design Ideas
Main Line Kitchen Design
The best kitchen showroom in your area is closer than you think. The four designers there are some of the most experienced award winning kitchen designers in the Delaware Valley. They design in and sell 6 national cabinet lines. And their pricing for cabinetry is slightly less than at home centers in apples to apples comparisons. Where is this kitchen showroom and how come you don’t remember seeing it when it is so close by? It’s in your own home! Main Line Kitchen Design brings all the same samples you select from when you travel to other showrooms to your home. We make design changes on our laptops in 20-20 CAD with you present usually in the very kitchen being renovated. Understanding what designs will look like and how sample kitchen cabinets, doors, and finishes will look in your home is easy when you are standing in the very room being renovated. Design changes can be emailed to you to print out and discuss with friends and family if you choose. Best of all our design time is free since it is incorporated into the very competitive pricing of your cabinetry when you purchase a kitchen from Main Line Kitchen Design. Finally there is a kitchen business model and design team that carries the highest quality cabinetry, is experienced, convenient, and reasonably priced. Call us today and find out why we get the best reviews on the internet or Google us and check. We look forward to working with you. As our company tag line says: “The world of kitchen design is changing…”
Hills & Grant
Christine Donner Kitchen Design Inc.
A white farm sink amid rich cherry cabinets with soapstone countertops, under an arched window, look as timeless as they were meant to. Photo: Nancy E. Hill
Divine Custom Homes
Photos by Spacecrafting
A Modern Farmhouse set in a prairie setting exudes charm and simplicity. Wrap around porches and copious windows make outdoor/indoor living seamless while the interior finishings are extremely high on detail. In floor heating under porcelain tile in the entire lower level, Fond du Lac stone mimicking an original foundation wall and rough hewn wood finishes contrast with the sleek finishes of carrera marble in the master and top of the line appliances and soapstone counters of the kitchen. This home is a study in contrasts, while still providing a completely harmonious aura.
Sogno Design Group
Michele Lee Wilson
Great Rooms Designers & Builders
Photo by Linda Oyama-Bryan
This light and airy kitchen invites entertaining and features multiple seating areas. The cluster of light fixtures over the island adds a special touch
Contemporary one-wall kitchen with large cooktop and dining island. © Cindy Apple Photography
Designer: Matt Welch Contractor: Adam Lambert Photographer: Mark Bayer