Every kitchen we help craft feels like a unique piece of art. With our free 3D design services, quality selection, and affordable pricing, it’s our goal to bring your dream kitchen to life. That’s why we were thrilled to work with Cassie Bustamante, who runs a blog dedicated to living big without spending big through lifestyle, home design, and DIY. While fixing up a 1966 rancher, Cassie came to Cabinets To Go for kitchen advice. We were more than happy to help. Read on to see how we brought Cassie’s dream kitchen to life!
To start, Cassie had a few specific criteria:
Overall, her goal was to find elements like cabinetry and flooring that fit into her design dreams and her budget. In other words, she needed cabinets and floors that looked custom without the custom price tag!
Cassie’s journey to a new kitchen began by drafting several design plans to define the overall look and feel of her dream space. The look she designed can be described as ‘Timeless, Modern, & Organic.’ This incorporated features like soft white cabinets, open shelving, hardwood in a light natural stain, and a show-stopping brass sink.
“I looked around the showroom and my decision was solidified. I absolutely loved the Malibu White Shaker cabinets. They are the perfect shade of white, and featured the stylistic details I had wanted.
Our kitchen design experts then planned out Cassie’s kitchen in 3D. Cabinets To Go offers free 3D kitchen designs to help customers visualize the potential of their space. When browsing in a showroom, it can be hard to envision what certain pieces might look like in your home. A 3D render can help you visual your new kitchen in a more concrete way. In Cassie’s case, this design step helped her plan out a small but important detail in her kitchen design: a cabinet-less space to place her dogs’ food and water bowls.
“With the plan we had for our layout, they had every piece we needed, including pantry cabinets, apron sink bases, wide drawers instead of lower cabinets, and a trash can drawer.”
Next up was the flooring, which Cassie and her family also viewed at the showroom. Selecting pieces that matched her design scheme, Cassie brought a few samples home. This home blogger makes ethically conscious consumption a top priority in her renovations, and her selection of flooring was no exception. Cassie was after sustainable flooring option that would last for many years. Ultimately, she chose a white oak hardwood that perfectly fit both her values and tastes.
“With the white cabinets and terrazzo countertops […], wood flooring was the perfect element to bring in that natural vibe I want throughout my home. I was thrilled that Cabinets to Go offered wood flooring options that are eco-friendly and come from responsibly maintained forests.”
After a few other finishing touches to bring it all together, Cassie’s kitchen was essentially finished — all she had to do was move-in and start enjoying her new space. You can read more about Cassie’s kitchen journey on her blog. Ultimately, Cassie’s kitchen is just one of many examples of kitchen visions we’ve helped bring to life. Is yours next?
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