In honor of our newest cabinet line, Plain & Fancy Cabinetry being completely customizable to fit your space, finish and organizational needs. We thought we would share our favorite ways that our clients have customized their cabinetry to improve the functionality and organization in their kitchen!

Charging Drawers

One of those things you will ask yourself how you lived without. This video has over 330,000 views on our Pinterest page and we think it’s well worth the hype! Having one of these convenient charging drawers with the USB charging port inside the drawers eliminate having all those pesky cords on the counter. Having a charging drawer also helps from losing your charger, which we are all guilty of from time to time.

Pots & Pans

An exceedingly popular drawer among our clients, the pots & pans drawer. This drawer comes with movable pegs, so your pans do not slip and slide all over the place. Also the perfect place for plates!

Island Storage

Who does not love a kitchen island? Now more than ever our Kitchen Designers are creating even more storage space within our clients’ islands. For example, we usually advise microwave storage, beverage refrigerator, dishwasher, and drawers if the size of our client’s kitchen island allows it! Leaving our clients with more cabinet space throughout their entire kitchen.

Snack Storage

Objectively one of the most important types of storage in the kitchen is the snack drawer or a kitchen pantry! Our Kitchen Designers offer tons of options for how to conveniently store food. Pull out drawers in your pantry or cabinets are a great option for convenience, just give them a quick pull and you can see everything your kitchen has to offer.

Got a storage idea we missed? Looking to amplify the storage in your kitchen? Tag us in your pictures (@emilysinteriorsinc). You can find more kitchen storage options on our Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and Houzz pages.   

Designing this Newton, MA first floor remodel and addition was a dream, and the finished product came out better than we could have ever envisioned! Our clients came to us with a request to redesign their kitchen, upgrade their bathroom, expand their living room, and add an addition to the home. We also included a custom cabinet built in for the back entrance of the home for storing coats and shoes. The newly added space also doubled as an in-home office in these uncertain times. Check out the details of this project below.

Before

Prior to our team designing the space, the first floor of this Newton home needed an upgrade. The area was dark and underutilized. We collaborated with our clients and created a design that would include an open floor plan where the family could relax, entertain, and take full advantage of all the space.

Addition

The newly added addition is the perfect place for the family to relax. It is also our client’s dog’s favorite lookout spot. The area also doubles as our client’s temporary office space, it is the perfect place to get work done.

Kitchen Remodel

The kitchen remodel includes beautiful bronze finishes and a Whitehaven apron sink. The custom island offers additional seating and plenty of counter space as well as a convenient microwave storage unit. The kitchen cabinets are Medallion Goldline and finished in Maple Dusk Classic which goes perfectly with the silver subway tile and willow white quartz island countertop.

Bathroom Remodel

The freshly remodeled bathroom is the perfect spa like oasis for our clients. The space includes oil rubbed bronze fixtures and the bathroom vanity matches the kitchen cabinets in Medallion Goldline Dusk. We also can’t forget to mention that shower tile and the dual shower head.

Living Room Remodel

The original design of the living area was underutilized, our team proposed a design that removed the existing wall within the space and now it has an open concept with beautiful crown molding surrounding. Now that the wall is gone, the space is bright and inviting.

And that is the full tour! We hope you enjoyed this design/build! For more projects like this one, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Houzz!