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Galley kitchen - optimum use of a small space!

"Where the finest is standard!"
Charles Lantz Cabinetry Feature Project August '11

"Whatever you want, that's what you get!" - Donna Rippey

light-filled efficient kitchen

"My daughter's partner was in the business and knew of Charles," Donna Rippey recalls. "He has a really good reputation. I spoke with him, he had some really good ideas . . . this was the fellow I wanted to go with."

painted galley kitchen

"I had a small space," Donna says. "I knew I wanted white cabinetry."

galley kitchen with peninsula & stools

"I wanted the cabinets to go to the ceiling to make optimum use of the small space. Charles came up with some good ideas. We did it together."

custom galley kitchen with a view

Donna lives along the shore - and now enjoys a beautiful view from her Charles Lantz Cabinetry kitchen.

efficient painted kitchen built in sink countertop

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"He has a fabulous crew of people who work with him," Donna says. "Very professional. Whatever you want, that's what you get. They work really, really hard to make sure the customer is satisfied."

all-but hidden recycling container convenient washer and drier

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Photo left, Donna loves this feature. The stainless steel countertop gadget houses a hidden container for collecting compostables. It's easily lifted out for emptying by its built-in handle. Photo right is home to a stackable washer and drier. Look at the photo below on the right and see how it's completely hidden from view.

built-in custom cabinetry custom galley kitchen hidden washer and drier

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Charles Lantz crew:

The kitchen and bathroom builders were Roy Parsons, Michael Drew and Winston Wagner. Kyle Veinotte manufactured the solid surface tops and painter Jeff Crouse finished both rooms.

Charles Lantz comments:

"It is a great little house, with a full-flagged kitchen and laundry. Donna really knew what to do to transform the relatively small square footage into a very usable, open space. The bead board panels in the cabinetry doors and the hardware detailing has the look of a charming cottage.

"CLC was so pleased to help Donna achieve her goals!"

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