Charlotte Hall Design Center

We would like to congratulate you on your upcoming new project.

This will be an exciting and possibly confusing venture for you. We are here to help make your kitchen and bath cabinetry plans a stress free and enjoyable process.

If your contractor has given you a list of suppliers to meet, we will most likely be at the top of that list and for a very important reason. We will need to supply your builder with the final floor plan which will help him to alter locations of window(s), plumbing, electrical outlets, island, etc. from the original house plans. This information will be needed before framing starts.

Below is a suggested guideline to follow to make this a smooth process.

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  • Visit the showroom and/or gather ideas for your kitchen and bath cabinetry. We welcome your pictures, notes and ideas.   Download and print our Planning Guide to help you determine your style and preferences. 

  • Make an appointment with one of our designers.  Allow enough time without cell phone interruption and other appointment schedules. This is important because we want to give you our undivided attention. As we review your plans and layout options we don’t want to miss any details.

  • Next, decide on your appliances. The appliance specifications will need to be incorporated into the final design layout.  We have the resources to find the exact size specifications if you have the appliance model number.

  • Lastly, make a final appointment to review the final kitchen and bath layouts.

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If you’re ready to remodel or build a new home or commercial space, Cord’s Cabinetry is the one to call to book an appointment with one of our designers. We work with builders, remodelers, interior designers, and property owners.