Upon the arrival of our new cabinet line, we decided that it was time to update our showroom. After all, how can we encourage you to remodel your own spaces if we let ours sit and rust? So here it is. Brillo’s updated showroom. We feature Crystal Cabinets and Caesarstone Quartz countertops throughout. It was a fantastic opportunity to be able to show all different product lines and accessories. Not to mention, make things look awfully “puurrtty” around our office. Enjoy!
We not only added kitchen displays, but updated all of our doors, millwork, hardware and lighting. The fireplace also received an over haul!! Ship lap and sconce lights with a clean lined oak mantle brought it up-to-date in a hurry!
A custom, inset constructed island makes our showroom feel a little more “homey”. That was one of the main goals in designing the space. Allowing our clients to feel like they could imagine all the elements in their own home. Making it just a touch easier to make material selections.
We added an economical cabinet display. It includes a apron front sink from Shaw (not so economical, but beautiful!) and a contemporary faucet in a Matte Black finish from Brizo. Mixing clean lines with more traditional elements is current right now in the design industry. Our goal was to make each space appeal to as many style types as possible. (“Chop it like it’s hot.” is funny, I don’t care who you are.)
A gallery wall with photos of our projects and a bench with nearby magazines enable clients to relax and explore the possibilities of their remodel while they wait. (watch for a blog post about our favorite gallery walls, coming soon!)
We added a meeting room for overflow when the design office is in use and a quiet space for discussing contracts.
As you enter the design office we have a contemporary, frameless cabinet display. The sink and faucet are from Kohler. This display not only offers storage for samples, but houses a few accessories like a pull out can rack and an efficient corner cabinet solution. It also has 42″ wide drawers!
Our design office has two work stations so that our designers can collaborate on projects. It has a more Traditionally styled cabinet display and open shelves. An environment that encourages creativity and feels comfortable while clients make selections for their own home.
Hope you enjoyed the tour and that you get to experience the space in person some day soon!