62 SUFFIELD STREET, AGAWAM, MA 01001
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Kitchens By Custom Cabinet is a licensed and insured kitchen design renovation company in the Western MA area including towns such as: West Springfield, Westfield, Chicopee, East Longmeadow, Longmeadow, Wilbraham and more. We serve the Northern CT area including towns such as Enfield, Somers, Windsor, and Suffield. We are a full- service remodeling company offering a wide array of products and services to help give your home a complete makeover. From kitchen countertops to flooring Kitchen By Custom Cabinet can do it all. We understand with so many options, remodeling your home can be an exhausting task. That is why visiting our beautiful showroom conveniently located in Agawam, MA, is a great opportunity for you to discuss your renovation goals with our designer and remodelers to help create the remodeling project of your dreams.
The beauty of Transitional Design is that it affords the ability to create an eclectic look, pulling from both Traditional and Modern Styles. Transitional Style is emerging as the most popular style today, because it blends the "old" with the "new". Today's client does not necessarily want an authentic English period room, but would like to incorporate a family heirloom English cupboard in an edgier, modern kitchen. The look could be accomplished by designing a kitchen with clean lines, featuring a flat-panel five-piece door in a traditional mahogany wood.
Traditional Design is a result of the influences and characteristics of historical interiors, furniture, ornamental design and architecture. Traditional styles originate from the styles of Antiquity, the Middle Ages, the Italian Renaissance, the Hispanic, French, English and American Periods of history.Each of these periods have their own distinctions, especially in the area of interior architectural features, - the woodwork in a room - baseboard, door and window trim, chair rails, picture mouldings, cornices and coves, mantels, paneled rooms, and built-in cabinetry.
In terms of cabinetry, we think of clean lines vertically and horizontally, slab doors, stainless steel and glass. The general theme of modern interiors is one of contrasts - in textures, materials or color. Color palettes range from pale, neutralized hues to strong, unadulterated primary colors - from overscaled, sprawling patterns to minute, controlled geometric prints or textures.