By Jemson Cabinetry, Apr 8 2019 03:41PM
Jemson Cabinetry was awarded Best Kitchen: Division 1, at the Building Industry Association (BIA) of Lancaster County’s, Remodeling Showcase Awards Luncheon. The event, held annually, judges remodelers in a variety of categories and price ranges. Judges consider the overall project, including; value, proper design and aesthetics, as well as other criteria.
Jemson Cabinetry Owner & Designer, David Palm, and Co-Designer, Carlene Toepfer, accepting the award.
Jemson Cabinetry’s award-winning kitchen is in the Blue Lake area of Lancaster County. This kitchen also won the Susquehanna Valley’s Chapter of the National Kitchen & Bath Association Design Award.
In the project, a large built-in pantry and powder room were eliminated to widen the kitchen by almost 8’. This created additional space for a large center island with seating, as well as a bank of utility cabinets with roll-out trays and a beverage center.
Due to the proximity of the powder room in the adjacent laundry, the bath and pantry were removed. The kitchen floor space increased allowing for the large island.
The cabinetry was upgraded to a semi-custom painted white maple with quartz countertops. The project included new flooring, lighting, and finishing. The project was in the category of “Division 1: Full Kitchen under $55,000.”
The homeowners desired a fresh look and finish but also a major change
in the layout and functionality of the kitchen.
According to David Palm, owner, and designer, this is Jemson Cabinetry’s 4th winning entry with the BIA’s Annual event. “Certainly, it is a great honor to win these awards for our hard work, and that of our team partners, but more importantly; these projects represent satisfied customers. That is the real reward for us.”
Jemson Cabinetry, while best known for cabinetry and countertops, has always offered full renovation packages for the kitchen and bath. Currently, Jemson Cabinetry is expanding and renovating their showroom to feature flooring, tile and bath fixtures. “Half of the Jemson Cabinetry building will focus on kitchens, while the other half will be bathrooms and tile, with a variety of flooring,” said Palm. An Open House is being planned upon the completion later this year.
See the complete kitchen feature at: www.jemsoncabinetry.com/gallery - Blue Lake Kitchen