H: Heart of the Home
Crown Point Custom Cabinetry
There’s no place like home. And there’s no place in the home like the kitchen. A place to gather, a place to cook, the kitchen truly is the heart of the home. Despite living rooms and dining rooms, the kitchen seems to be the center of gravity for gatherings, so it’s imperative that the kitchen can function on many different levels. One of the most important, but maybe overlooked aspects of the kitchen is the cabinets. Like most everything in the kitchen, cabinetry should be both functional and stylish. Look no further than Crown Point Cabinetry, who has been helping homeowners design their perfect kitchens since 1978. Norm Stowell and his sons started out crafting cabinets in their small, cramped garage, working on a kitchen per month before expanding into a full blown family business. With a focus on quality, service and value, Crown Point has maintained their goals throughout the years.
When it comes to designing cabinetry, Crown Point can fit your every need and style. With styles ranging from Traditional to Transitional and everything in between, including Shaker, Early American, Victorian and Arts & Crafts, using only the highest quality materials, Crown Point has a cabinet for every kitchen. Purposely mismatched cabinets have made their way into the spotlight, helping cabinets become the stand out in the kitchen. Brian Stowell, Crown Point’s second generation president says, “homeowners are leaning towards light perimeter cabinets, with islands being gray or a different kind of wood.” Mix and match colors and textures add dimension to a kitchen and give it a fun, refreshing atmosphere. Dual toned upper and lower cabinets have been sweeping across Pinterest boards, with a focus on bright upper cabinets and dark lower cabinets. For a nautical twist, white or off white upper cabinets paired with navy blue lower cabinets will turn any kitchen into a coastal getaway. Crown Point cabinets are completely customizable from start to finish, with endless choices of materials and finishes.
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