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Designing with Maple Cabinets   October 21st, 2015

Maple is one of the most common hardwoods used in kitchens today. Its affordability and strength make it a top choice for kitchen remodels, without breaking the bank.

Adaptable and Natural

American kitchens especially those in the South– are known for their elegant and naturalistic use of hardwoods. Many contemporary homes have brought the outdoors in, and maple lend…

5 Tips to an Affordable Kitchen Remodel   October 8th, 2015

What will it cost to remodel your kitchen? Perhaps less than you think. We’ve watched the endless home remodel shows, the kitchen makeovers, the chefs in their fancy “home” kitchens, and we’re totally inspired. But they convey a message that one must be ready to fork over a Brink’s truck full of black truffles to pay for a nice kitchen. Truth be told, there is a kitchen make…

Marsh Cabinets Featured in Traditional Home Magazine   September 24th, 2015

Marsh Kitchens was honored to be part of a dramatic kitchen makeover at the Terry House in High Point, North Carolina. Marsh Kitchens designer Melanie Plotkowski designed the layout and specified the cabinetry which serves as the foundation of the kitchen layout.
The revival of the Titanic-Era Tudor home  boasts a striking, geometric kitchen aimed at modern pragmatism. Inte…

Designing with Birch Cabinets   September 4th, 2015

Birch is an attractive hardwood that is popular for cabinets due to its strength, hardness and price, which is less than maple. The color ranges from warm white to creamy yellow and even some warm red tones.  It looks beautiful when left in a natural color, but it also takes stains well.

Good for Your Budget

Birch costs less than its more popular hardwood relative, maple, yet …

Childhood Kitchen Memories   August 19th, 2015

The kitchen is often one of the most under-appreciated areas of the house. If we actually look back and think about it, many of our fondest childhood memories happened in the kitchen. More and more families recognize the kitchen as the heart and soul of their home.
The kitchen is where families gather. Even when both parents are busy with their respective work, they often find a way to …

Country Style Kitchens: English, French and Tuscan Design   August 5th, 2015

What comes to mind when you think of a country kitchen?
Family? Warmth? White picket fences, copper kettles and chicken wire?
While these can certainly be considered classic elements of a “country kitchen,” there is more to consider than which rooster figurines to place on your counter. The first question you should ask is which country style do you want to evoke?
While every t…

What’s New In Cabinet Styles?   July 31st, 2015

Our parent company, Marsh Furniture, is continually working to design and craft products for today’s kitchens. When you walk through the offices and the plant, there is an unmistakable energy above the hum and buzz of the factory.

We asked David Littlefield, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, to let us in on what is new in the line and what dealers and consumers can expe

Designing With Oak Cabinets   June 22nd, 2015

After all these years, oak is still one of the most popular kitchen cabinet woods. Its bold, attractive grain and homey, honey colors make it a natural in country or traditional style kitchens. Strong and durable, oak is a solid choice when building a kitchen that will last. But if you’re having trouble designing an oak kitchen that doesn’t look like a hunting lodge, we’

High Point Designer Showhouse Preview!   June 11th, 2015

Check out these stunning photos of the Junior League of High Point Designer Showhouse!
The historic Terry property, a 1912-era Tudor Revival, was already beautiful. Together with a team of local designers and craftsmen, Marsh Furniture and Marsh Kitchens were able to help create a modern, livable home that preserved the house’s charm and character.
You can find more informat…

Storage Tips: The Gift Wrap Center   May 19th, 2015

Here’s a great storage and organizing idea: your own gift wrap center!
Imagine: no more rummaging through the back of the closet for gift wrap, only to find that it’s been destroyed because muddy boots were thrown on top of it.
This clever use of space gives you a convenient gift wrap center and office nook all in one.
We built this custom gift wrap center for the Greensboro Sou