Builder Showroom’s “A Busted Open, Brightened Up Kitchen” Project Featured in America’s Premier Home Magazine

Leading kitchen and cabinet designer, “Builder Showroom” was recently featured in “This Old House” magazine for its kitchen project, where it tells how it transformed a skinny little kitchen into a big spacious kitchen with enough space for two cooks, two kids and party guests!

August 21, 2014, Lake Ballinger Way N.E. Edmonds, WA- Builder Showroom, a premier cabinet designing firm in North Seattle, was recently featured for its “A Busted Open, Brightened Up Kitchen” project in a high-end home magazine “This Old House”. The article was about a total transformation of a small kitchen stuck between two rooms into a bigger and spacious kitchen with free-flowing space fit for two cooks, two kids and party guests.

In the article, titled “A Busted Open, Brightened Up Kitchen,” Michael and Susan Assadi, a couple from Seattle owned a 1924 house with a small kitchen stuck between the breakfast room and a gloomy den. The kitchen had an electric cooktop with a downdraft vent fixed in a traffic-slowing peninsula with not enough storage or prep space. Moreover, it was a challenge for the couple to cook and keep an eye on their kids. However, Michael took help of cabinet designer Lisa Wilson and her design-build firm “Builder Showroom” to remove the walls and turn three rooms into one. The breakfast room was turned into an airy walk-in pantry, and the gloomy den became homework and dining spot. The peninsula was replaced by a small island, which gave them extra prep space. After the total transformation, the kitchen now had enough space for two cooks, two kids and party guests.

The success of this kitchen project by Builder Showroom caught the eye of This Old House Magazine, America’s most trusted home improvement brand and the project was featured in it. This Old House magazine is a leading consumer magazine with more than 950,000 circulation and almost 6 million consumers each month.

About Builder Showroom

Founded in 1991 and based on North Seattle, Builder Showroom is a family owned local business that is a one stop solution for cabinet designs, kitchen remodeling and construction projects. They have a team of highly skilled designers that can create designs which meet the style and budgets of customers.

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