The C & C Renovation: Countertops and Cabinets

Here in MD, we are about to say goodbye to the heat of summer, outdoor barbecues, and dinner on the deck. Though we say hello to the chillier weather, it isn’t all that bad. Time for oven-roasted meals, baking for the multitude of holidays forthcoming, and entertaining visitors indoors. When it comes to your kitchen, you need something that is spacious enough to handle the cookies, and cozy enough to handle the guests.

This Old Kitchen

Maybe you moved into your home a long time ago and kept the kitchen just as it is, believing that it is classic and well-used (translation: old and out-of-date). Maybe you attempted a remodel on your own, only to get partially done before you realized that doing it yourself is a lot harder than they make it look on TV. Maybe you replaced the appliances, only to discover how much worse the countertops and cabinets look next to something so crisp and modern. For whatever reason, your kitchen is an eyesore and certainly not big enough to have the kids in to bake, or accommodating enough to sit and have coffee with a visiting friend.


Your kitchen cabinets are the focal point of your kitchen. If you don’t love them, you’ll feel a stab of heartache each time you walk into the room. Made in the USA and available in many materials from Knotty Adler to Quartersawn Oak, Yorktowne cabinets are customizable to meet your storage needs and your visual preferences. They are stylish and classic, strong and durable. And with so many options to choose from, you’ll find just the right design to make you smile every time you pour a cup of coffee, make a meal, or just stop and gaze at your lovely new kitchen.


Quartz is a naturally hard and resilient material to use when making countertops. It resists stains and acids, is impact and scratch resistant, and comes in a wide range of colors and textures. Silestone engineered quartz has all of the properties of regular quartz, but it is made with added anti-bacterial protection, making it an excellent choice for your kitchen counters. Perfect for rolling out dough, carving a turkey, and entertaining a crowd. Your kitchen counters will look beautiful and be completely functional.

Take the Step

Take the step. Look at your kitchen through new eyes and discover the endless possibilities that can make your renovation dreams a reality. Don’t go into this fall and winter the same way you went into last; with a kitchen that looks straight out of a Dickens novel. This Holiday season, be the host you always wanted to be in the kitchen you always wanted.

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