Oil-Rubbed Bronze Appliances Add Warmth to a Colonial Kitchen Design

When I am asked to design a kitchen, I am asked to incorporate all sorts of ideas, colors, and cool kitchen gadgets and appliances. When one client asked to incorporate Oil-Rubbed Bronze Appliances to their new kitchen, it was the first request I have had for such an item. I, like most of you, went to Google Images to see how this idea would work in a kitchen. Here is one of the pictures I found. These are Jenn-Air Appliances featured on their websiteWhile I was afraid the look would feel too “trendy”, to me, it gives a warmer touch than Stainless Steel Appliances while maintaining the commercial credentials that foodies are looking for. My client also saw a brochure style picture like this one. Now, after reviewing their Kitchen space, Colonial home style, and their answers to our unique Project Profile Questionnaire, I am ready to design a new kitchen, custom for their home, their needs, and there wants. In addition, the CAD-based software allows me to show them photo-realistic, 3-D color images of the new Kitchen and adjacent Family Room In the comments section below, let me know what are MUST HAVES for your dream kitchen! If you live in or around Union County, New Jersey and are thinking of new appliances for your kitchen, we suggest that you visit our friends at Top Line Appliances. They have a fabulous showroom. Just tell them that Neil and Jason Parsons “sent you.” Contact us today to help start your project’s design and development. Be sure to “Like” us on Facebook and “Follow” us on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+ (links at the bottom of the page) to see the design work as it progresses, and completed pictures from this project.

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