Our designer, Shari Bakker, was recently awarded Honorable Mention in Mid Continent Cabinetry 2012 Design Contest. She was honorable mention in both the New Kitchen and Bathroom categories. View the article on the Mid Continent Cabinetry website, click here. The award was also mentioned in Kitchen & Bath Design News, view the digital magazine, click here. (Don’t forget to click through to page 15)
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Starlite Kitchens & Baths congratulates Paula Allison on receiving her certification as an Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS). If you are in need of a design that is accessible to people of all abilities and disabilities, Paula is qualified and eager to create a distinctive, functional space to meet the accessibility needs of all.
Starlite Kitchens & Baths welcomes Paula Allison to our team! Paula most recently was a sales & design specialist for Stock Building Supplies, and she brings over eighteen years of sales and design experience. Paula is also an expert in Mid Continent Cabinetry (Starlite’s most popular cabinetry line) because she has been selling Mid Continent for all eighteen years. Paula is excited to be with Starlite, and she is looking forward to the opportunity to continue to work with her builder clients. Paula is also excited to be able to use the 25 cabinetry displays in the Starlite showroom. Like everyone at Starlite, Paula possesses a servant’s heart and takes great pleasure in helping her clients find the perfect combination of design and cabinetry. Stop in and say
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Congratulations to Ruth Westra, winner of the 2006 “Living in Style” Design Contest! Ruth entered her design in the national design contest and won top honors in the “Luxury Home” category. The judges noted that Ruth’s design was truly the cream of the crop. In fact, two of the judges gave Ruth’s design a perfect score. The following is a summary of the design in “Kitchen and Bath Design News” January 2007: Ruth states that details are what made the traditional-style kitchen stand out. The cabinets were stacked to the 10′ ceiling. Because of this, all exposed ends were covered with skins and panels and were trimmed out with fluted fillers with rosettes to hide seams. Door panels were applied to the top of the skins to achieve a finished
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