New Kitchen Showroom: We Remodel Too!
You aren’t the only ones who remodel. The Builders Surplus Post Road location in Warwick just got a complete new makeover in our kitchen showroom. The whole process took about 2 months, but we couldn’t be happier with the results.
Removing our outdated displays from the kitchen showroom was the easy part. Then came the decision to put in some fresh cabinets we know our customers would love to see. In addition to kitchen cabinets, new flooring also made an appearance.
New Cabinets for the New Kitchen Showroom
New kitchens from every vendor are on display and each one has something different to show our shoppers.
We showcased one of our most popular cabinets: the Shaker styled Tuscany. And you can see the Tuscany White on display our Post Road store. These cabinets are perfect for any home or rental property because they are sleek and elegant.
We also decided to showcase newer cabinets from one of our vendors: Newport White and Sedona Chestnut. These cabinets are a little more traditional than the Tuscany shaker style doors. They have more detail on their door frames and offer a completely different look. We are excited to show off these cabinets because first, they are new, but also because they are a little different than some styles we’ve displayed in the past.
Newport White Sedona Chestnut
Although we went with some new cabinets in our kitchen showroom, we also decided to keep some of the other styles we had previously shown. Our Everest has always been a popular choice, so we just revamped the display using the exact model from the catalog. And I must say it’s beautiful. We kept our rich Brandywine cabinets as well, because so many people love the look of this dark wood in their kitchens.
Last, but certainly not least, are our Eastman St. Woodworks cabinets. We kept our showroom displays, but decided we needed to show our customers a new one. Something completely different! Rather than showcase a kitchen display, we designed an office space using Dartmouth cabinetry. This was created to express to everyone that Eastman St. Woodworks isn’t limited to just kitchens. Designs also include custom vanities, mudroom storage units, office spaces and much more. We couldn’t be happier with the outcome of our new showroom and we hope you all come take a look!
Note: Everest kitchen cabinets are no longer available (2019). Eastman St. Woodwork cabinets are currently unavailable (2021).