I guess I’m feeling prematurely nostalgic about our existing Long Island kitchen showroom. Before we begin ripping it apart once again in order to showcase new cutting edge designs from Wood-Mode, Brookhaven Bentwood, Allmilmo and our own Ken Kelly Signature Collection.  I decided to create a Kitchen Designs by Ken Kelly “old” showroom tour (aka memory) because it is something I wish I had done through all our showroom renovations beginning with the tiny corner store we started with over 30 years ago to the old antique store we used to rent to the beautiful corner building we own today — all on Hillside Avenue– we kept moving down the block before finding our permanent home.

At Kitchen Designs, we showcase a variety of styles — traditional, modern, country, and eclectic in actual room settings. One of the unique features about the way we design our showroom is that within each display we show a variety of design details enabling clients to experience firsthand what their kitchen could become. For example, something as simple as a finished end (or a finished back on an island or peninsula) is shown six different ways in just one display.

Designing the kitchen and bath showroom this way allows us to work with our clients to customize their design choices to fit their needs and budgets. Client needs are unique, and we strive to show them all the possible options. In addition, we offer our showroom as a valuable professional resource to allied trade partners (architects, builders, interior designers, landscape designers) who often use our showroom as an extension of their offices. The ability to see cabinetry, appliances, countertop materials, moldings, and many other products in one convenient location saves clients and trade professionals time and energy.

Here is a “partial” virtual tour of the showroom as it looks today (click pause to freeze an image).  I dated it 2009 so Ken and I would have a reference for future showroom videos. The Kitchen Designs by Ken Kelly showroom tour is about 2.5 minutes

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