White Shaker Cabinets in Sacramento, CA, Kitchen – Quality Good!

Signature Dayton Painted White

The quality of materials, construction, finishing and packaging was all very good. Really appreciated AJ’s help.

Gary worked with AJ to create this charming kitchen in his Sacramento home. The first photo below show how the low window draws your attention out. Tan subway tile rising to the crown molding provides a smooth, uninterrupted look. The built-in buffet, created from reduced-depth cabinets for a perfect fit, demonstrates how important it is to have symmetrical widths in a bank of cabinets. The white quartz countertop complements the white painted cabinets and keeps the space light and bright. Wide-plank light maple flooring warms the space up and testifies to the home’s original style.

A few simple items grace the countertop – a decorative plat, potted flowering plant and small plants by the window. And most enticing, a bottle of wine, ready to help celebrate the new space.

 

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Sacramento kitchen window looking out on sunlit yard. Cabinets are white Shaker Style, counter is white quartz, and backsplash, tan subway tile, rises to the crown molding
Sacramento kitchen renovation includes lovely built-in buffet created with reduced depth cabinets, including frosted glass door cabinets above the drawer bases
Sacramento kitchen renovation features CliqStudios Dayton Painted White cabinets

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