Remodeling can be a big stress on families, regardless of the size of the project or the family. It disrupts daily routines and makes areas of your home messy or inaccessible for some time. While it’s easy for people to understand the chaos that is happening around them, it can be really hard on the furry family members. Today’s blog is dedicated to those members of our families that walk on four legs, shed all over the place, offer warmth on cold days, and love us unconditionally. Those small unsung heroes that put up with all the noise, the strangers in their home, and the tools and materials and new smells all around. Oh, and there are some pretty amazing pics of projects featuring Dura Supreme Cabinets, in case you’re interested. Let’s take a look!
Joni, Roo, Pixie and Reenie!
This project by our friends at Splendid Home Design has a lot of four legged family members! Joni the cat enjoys a new perch at the kitchen island while pup siblings Roo, Pixie, and Reenie have lots of room to run around in this beautiful kitchen. The two-tone design features the Hudson Door style with Pearl paint on the perimeter cabinets and Silverton door with Gale Force Curated Paint color on the kitchen island. Photography by The J Projects.
This transformation using Dura Supreme Cabinetry was featured in our blog a little over a year ago and you can read the full story here. Turtle, the bulldog’s owners created a lovely new space using our Highland door. The main kitchen cabinets feature Red Oak (yes, oak!) in a soft, true brown Cashew stain, while the coffee bar cabinets are painted Black for contrast. The painted ship lap wood hood is another focal point within the room that adds visual texture. Turtle looks like he is happy as can be in the new space. His family did a great job! Design by Katie Kurtz of Adorned Homes (and Turtle’s mom) and photos by Spacecrafting Photography.
Cuteness overboard here! Milo and his family worked with Daniel Carrero and Vera Blouin of House to Home Solutions for their kitchen remodel and it’s perfection! Our Crestwood cabinet line was specified using the Lauren door style. The perimeter cabinets are Painted Pearl with the island in Cherry with Praline stain. I’m sure one of those base cabinets stores treats for this good boy! Photography by Felicia Evans.
Check out more Milo and this project here!
Who wouldn’t want to get ready for the day with a pup like Mabel watching you? She’s a sweet girl and her family did a lot of remodeling in their home with Emily Baker of KBC Design Studio. Here we see her checking out the new Jack and Jill bathroom designed with the Hudson Panel Plus door in Hickory with a Morel stain. The graining of the hickory cabinets add visual texture to the room while the stain creates warmth. Mabel and her family will be able to enjoy their new spaces for years! Photography by Meri Light Photography.
Sofia & Stella!
Sofia and Stella’s family remodeled their kitchen as well as the laundry room, but what these two pups were most excited about was their own custom kennels! Nobody puts these two babies in a corner crate anymore. Instead, they can relax in spacious enclosures that blend in with the rest of the cabinetry within the laundry room. Dana Langreck of Bella Domicile created this clever design using the Highland door in a Personal Paint Match finish to Benjamin Moore OC-117 Simply White, and added custom insert for the prepped doors on the kennels. Photos by Shanna Wolf Photography
This little Corgi is Gracie, and she is so happy for her new kitchen space. Her family loves it too! The Arts & Craft vibe of this room features Dura Supreme’s Hudson door in Quarter-Sawn White Oak with Butternut stain. Designed by Rachel Tingley of Village Homes Stores, the 5-piece drawer fronts and mullion doors with back painted glass add to the overall mission look. Picking a finish that matches with Gracie’s fur makes it all the more special!