Marshmallow and Rustic Red Alder in Columbus

We just finished a major kitchen renovation (read that as tear down to the walls and incorporating an adjacent laundry room) at the end of 2015 and worked with Packard Cabinetry in Hendersonville. It was a project that my husband and I talked about for many years and Packard made all of our dreams and ideas a wonderful reality. We began collaborating with Brodie Smith in the spring; we had used Packard for a master bath redesign several years ago so we already had an established relationship. Planning and designing continued to mid-summer and Brodie put a huge amount of effort into helping us stay within budget, including changing the original cabinet selection to a less costly line. We both agreed the second approach was even more attractive than the first. He also was very creative on helping us stay within budget with counter top materials (granite and quartz) and sourcing. He made multiple trips with us to look at these products and provided thoughtful advice. Since we had appliances that were still functional and would fit into the new color scheme, we re-used most of them. Brodie was very supportive of that approach. We even repurposed a china cabinet from the old kitchen and he helped us ensure it worked and fit in with the design. Kevin Smith and his team did a marvelous job of installing the cabinetry. Picky perfectionists all, and always left the job site neat at the end of the day. Our general contractor was Mike Karaman of Karaman Properties, who came to our attention several years ago through Packard. Being without a kitchen during renovation is not fun, and Mike ensured the job moved forward at a record pace!
Marilyn LeFeber

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