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Jun 24

The best kept secret for increasing and improving storage space, the IKEA PAX Cabinet System

One of the most common reasons we see our clients do a kitchen or bathroom remodel is that they need more storage space. They either get to a point where they are limited to how much they can store or are looking to organize their lives and cabinets better. Unfortunately, how do you add more […]
Apr 21

A family affair blending old school charm and modern aesthetics

A Modern Family Affair We love when Clients send us their after photos when they utilize our cabinet faces. We are part of the process from initial inquiry to final delivery but after the installation, sometimes we have to imagine what the actual cabinets will look like. Fortunately, this client sent us photos of their […]
Apr 07

Create stunning kitchen remodels with just the IKEA Planner and The Cabinet Face Experts

Often, clients find The Cabinet Face when they are in the initial planning phases of their redecoration process. They need to look at potential options for cabinet faces and determine pricing, finishes, and layouts. Or you could be doing a full DIY project on your own without the assistance of a 3rd party consultant. Either […]
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Nov 08

The Cabinet Face Bathroom Tips Featured on RedFin

The good folks at Redfin recently featured The Cabinet Face in an article about how to make your bathroom remodel shine. Check out our bathroom tips below. If you feel like your bathroom is old and outdated, now may be the time to consider changing it up a bit. There are many simple ways to […]
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Oct 02

The Cabinet Face Releases Five New Material Options

On Friday, October 2nd, The Cabinet Face released five (5) new material offerings to kick off the Fall season and provide more options to the growing market for custom fronts on IKEA® cabinet systems. Consumers are more interested than ever in creating their dream home with materials traditionally found only in high-end, costly custom cabinets, […]
Apr 06

The Washington Post Features Kitchen Cabinet Fronts from The Cabinet Face

On April 1, The Washington Post featured a home renovation by Amy and Jay Hariani of their 1895 turreted rowhouse in Bloomingdale, Washington. The couple wanted to blend Scandinavian simplicity (think natural woods and light tones) with the bold colors and textures of India, similar to their own cultural backgrounds. One way they did this […]
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