By Christine Gobble If your client is looking for a something to distinguish their kitchen from others in the neighborhood, incorporating wood countertops may be an effective solution. For those building from scratch, integrating wood is easy enough. With little trouble, it can be used on an island, especially one that is to serve as…Details
By Brad Baker Like fashion, kitchen design is cyclical. Ten years ago, granite was all the rage and everyone wanted it. It was prestigious to have granite counters in your home. Today, everyone has them, and wood may be the surface homeowners aspire to own. Europe, which often leads the U.S. in trends, is moving…Details
By Craft-Art, Inc. Specifying wood for a kitchen countertop, island or butcher block provides homeowners with plenty of opportunities to customize their kitchen surface to suit their individual tastes, personalities and lifestyles. The variety of species is broad, ranging from domestic and exotic woods to sustainable and reclaimed wood options—offering something for just about everyone.…Details
By Brad Baker Suggest a butcher block, wood countertop or wood island to a homeowner and those born after 1940 may never have seen one, yet it used to be the cornerstone of the best homes. Today, wood countertops are making a comeback. In Europe, which typically runs ahead of the U.S. in design trends,…Details
After months of extensive research and negotiation, we developed a complete kitchen program that includes nicely accessorized American-made cabinetry, delivery and installation, built-in appliances, granite countertops, sink and faucet and tile backspace material for $21,645. For more information, please view our flyer: SKBI Select Saver Flyer.
In addition to six lines of the finest cabinetry available anywhere, we are pleased to offer custom-built cabinetry and furniture. We can now create totally custom wet bars, bookcases, basement cabinets, entertainment centers, furniture and closets. Our custom-built cabinetry and furniture is created with exquisite detail to complement any décor. If you had trouble finding…Details
The Atlanta showroom for Schuon Kitchens & Baths was featured in Kitchen & Bath Design News. KBDN did an interesting article on unique showrooms and featured SKBI’s Atlanta location. Schuon Kitchen & Bath’s Atlanta showroom is located near the Martin Luther King Jr. Historic District in a late-1800s cotton mill warehouse. Emily Robbins, co-owner of the company…Details
Hello again! I am so excited about our new blog and email series which will originate at the beginning of November. The blogs will be posted on our web site and the articles will also be distributed via email to our trade and prospective trade partners. Rather than blogging about our company or our projects, we…Details