Kitchen Design Architects Concord NH

Kitchen design architects are kitchen designers who work directly with homeowners to design and create a kitchen layout, whether it’s for kitchen remodeling, kitchen improvement or kitchen extension. Below you will find tips on how to choose the best kitchen design architects in Concord, NH that give you a beautifully-designed and crafted kitchen, with a smooth work-flow and everything in the right place.

New Hampshire St Cncl
(603) 271-2789
40 N Main St
Concord, NH
 
Capital Kitchens & Baths
(603) 225-8300
58 Hall St
Concord, NH
 
Elizabeth'S Kitchen
(603) 225-8880
33 Hazen Dr
Concord, NH
 
Security Team North
(603) 856-7835
124 Hall St
Concord, NH
 
William Walter Building & Design
(603) 228-3295
71 W Parish Rd
Concord, NH
 
Broadbent Painting
(603) 224-5470
11 Pine St
Concord, NH
 
Vintage Kitchens
(603) 224-2854
24 South St
Concord, NH
 
Eastern Kitchen & Bath
(603) 225-9933
30 Manchester St
Concord, NH
 
Tibo Lumber And Kitchen Design Center
(603) 228-9127
112 High St
Concord, NH
 
Hamilton Building Supply
(603) 746-4477
717 Route 103 E
Concord, NH
 

Hot Kitchen? Or not?

by Paul Lesieur of Silvertree Construction

When considering to makeover your Twin Cities kitchen did you know that many prize winning designs were done at the low and mid-level price range? Its like cooking, its not the ingredients that count as much as how you blend those ingredients.
 
For example, I recently saw a beautiful Mission Style oak cabinet install, it was a pretty golden stain and the hardware was an antiqued bronze knob. The homeowners then did a very intricate Italian tile mosaic on the back splash, beautifully done by their contractor and well lit by the under cabinet lighting. Uh Oh! The style of the cabinets and the Italian mosaic back splash was like wearing a plaid shirt with a grey business suit. It left you wondering if something along a simpler install might have shown off the cabinets better. These people spent $20,000 on cabinets and your eye was immediately drawn to the back splash, which would have looked great with a raised panel mitered door, but looked out of place with their Mission Style Cabinets.
 
On another kitchen we had installed a beautiful Maple cabinet with a natural glaze, the homeowners had picked out a black granite top and the contrast was dynamic. When the stainless steel appliances arrived it was just so clean and modern looking and done on such a reasonable budget we knew we had a winner. Except, the homeowners daughter purchased the handles from a big box store, they were a shiny brass handle with a ...

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