Invest your tax refund in your home with new counters, cabinets, and floors

It’s tax season, and this is the time of year where a vast majority of Americans receive a tax refund.

There are many things you can do with your refund. However, instead of buying a new car or taking a vacation, we’d argue that you should consider new counters, cabinets, or floors. In fact, making upgrades to your home is one of the most prudent things you can do with your refund.

Superior Stone & Cabinet is your source for granite, quartz, cabinets, and floors here in Phoenix. We offer free in-home estimates in the Valley, and we have everything, all in one place, at our 60,000 warehouse and showroom. To see our selection and meet with home remodeling experts, visit us today!

Pictured: If you're planning on getting a tax refund this season, consider reinvesting it in home upgrades.Spend your tax refund the right way

The biggest misconception about tax refunds are that they’re a form of “free money,” akin tso a work bonus or gambling winnings. Not really: your refund is your money, being returned to you in a lump sum format. Unfortunately, this often leads people to make poor spending decisions with their refunds.

In reality, it’s best to be judicious with your use of your tax refund. Most experts advise paying down debt or spending it on things that keep their value. In this blog, we’ll be making the case for the latter option: by reinvesting your refund in your home, you’ll permanently boost its value, while also transforming it into something you can enjoy in the present.

Improve your home’s value

Most experts agree: your kitchens and bathrooms are the best places to invest in upgrades, as they’ll have the biggest impact on your home value and your home’s curb appeal. After all, you know this just from experience: when your friends and family come over, there’s a lot of time spent together in the kitchen.

By reinvesting your tax refund into your home in the form of kitchen remodeling and bathroom remodeling, you’ll be boosting your home’s value when you’re ready to sell.

This may be a seller’s market here in Phoenix, but buyers are more discerning than ever about what their future kitchens and bathrooms should look like. Having a modern, stylish kitchen or bathroom could make the difference between selling your home fast and at asking price, or not.

Create a more enjoyable space for you and your family

Of course, making upgrades to your home doesn’t have to be a completely utilitarian exercise. Even if you’re not planning on selling your home, you can still use your tax refund to transform your kitchen and bathrooms into spaces you’ll enjoy for decades to come.

No matter what your current kitchen or bathroom looks like, Superior can help. For example, our team recently transformed a Mesa home into a space the homeowner could enjoy for years to come. With new cabinets, counters, floors, and some other design upgrades, we created a modern, stylish, and usable space.

For a free estimate, call Superior Stone & Cabinet

Whether you’re interested in new floors, cabinets, or countertops, Superior Stone & Cabinet can help. We offer free estimates, and we can help you realize your remodeling dreams. Give us a call to schedule a free in-home estimate here in the Phoenix metro, or visit our conveniently located showroom.

See 2018 cabinet hardware trends and styles at Superior Stone & Cabinet

Striking a balance between trending and timeless is hard. Luckily, when it comes to selecting cabinet hardware—including knobs and pulls—for your kitchen, Superior Stone & Cabinet is here to help. In this blog, we’ll review the latest cabinet hardware trends.

The Best For Kitchen Cabinets

This kitchen with wood cabinets has gone with darker pulls and knobs.

Trending styles

If you’re currently remodeling your home and looking to pick new cabinet knobs and pulls, it might not be a bad idea to review some of the latest styles to see if there’s one that speaks to you or really fits your home.

Satin brass

While classic silver pulls have been predominant for years, more and more homeowners are opting to match their cabinets, counters, and backsplashes to something timeless: that coppery, darker brass and bronze.

Satin brass pulls not only look great, but can impart a particular style to your kitchen. In particular, bronze and brass evoke the style of the 1950’s kitchen—a style that is coming back into, well, style.

Brushed bronze

These cabinet and drawer pulls are trending, and are a popular combination with stainless style appliances and fixtures. These warm metallic fixtures will match the rest of your kitchen.

Another place where bronze looks great? As pulls on white kitchen cabinets. This is a stunning design that will have your guests talking and bring warmth and color to your kitchen.

Get crazy and unique

Some homeowners looking to make their kitchen their own are using antique, mismatched knobs. These create a one-of-a-kind kitchen with an eclectic flair.

However, think twice before going down this road: if you ever want to sell your home in the future, you may need to replace those knobs and pulls beforehand, as they may not speak to every buyer.

Classic for a reason

If you’re not sold on brass and bronze, don’t panic! There are classic styles that are still in style—and probably won’t go out of it for a long time.

Brushed nickel is a good example of a choice for knobs and pulls that matches almost every kitchen and has a timeless feel to it. Plus, it matches the stainless steel appliances that are now ubiquitous in many homes now.

Make your cabinets something special

When you work with Superior Stone & Cabinet, we won’t just install your cabinets. We’ll help you plan out your dream kitchen upgrade, from knobs and pulls to cabinet storage options. Come visit our 60,000 showroom and warehouse here in Phoenix, or contact us to schedule an in-home estimate in the Valley.

Superior is your source for commercial cabinet installation

Does your business, store, or building need new cabinets? Superior is the Valley’s leading commercial cabinet installation company. Our wide selection, wholesale prices, deep inventory, and skilled installation team has made us a favorite of businesses, property managers, and others!

In this blog, we’ll review the top-4 reasons you should choose Superior for your cabinet project. Ready to get started? Contact us for a free quote!

4 reasons to choose Superior for commercial cabinet installation

#1. We have hundreds of options

As one of the largest counter, cabinet, and flooring companies in the Valley, Superior has a wide selection of cabinet styles, colors, and doors available in our 60,000 sq. ft. warehouse and showroom.

Since we’ve been working on commercial projects for years, our team can often share photos of completed projects that demonstrate the quality of our work.

No matter what you’re looking for, Superior can help. See our color selection, and then give us a call today to schedule a free estimate.

#2. Our large inventory helps us meet your needs

Not only do we have a wide variety of cabinet colors and options, but our large warehouse and showroom also means we have a deep inventory. In many cases, we can handle your commercial cabinet installation project without the need for a major backorder.

Most projects can be completed within a week’s time, depending on any other work you’re getting done, such as granite or quartz countertop installation.

#3. We offer special pricing on bulk orders / for contractors

When you’re redoing a workplace kitchen or cabinets for a storefront, it’s important that you get the best possible deal. Superior offers special pricing for projects that require cabinets by the crate or container load. Essentially, buy in bulk and you could save on top of our already-low wholesale prices.

Are you a contractor? If you’re looking to buy cabinet materials to use in your next project, contact us. We also offer special pricing to contractors.

#4. Our installers are skilled professionals

A commercial cabinet installation is only as good as, well, the installation itself! Our team included dedicated installation professionals. We have a long track record of working with all kinds of projects, both big and small. This includes: converting condos, making changes to apartment units in a complex, adding cabinets to hotel rooms, and more.

See our recent commercial projects for more on our work with other commercial customers right here in the Valley.

Call Superior to learn more about our cabinets

If your business needs new cabinets installed, contact Superior and we’ll come to you. Or, if you want a closer look at our cabinet selection in-person, visit our showroom. We’ll be happy to meet with you and provide you with an upfront, free estimate.

DIY cabinet organization: 7 great ideas for getting more out of your kitchen

Whether you have older cabinets or new cabinets installed by the professionals at Superior Stone & Cabinet, you’re always looking for ways to get organized. Thanks to sites like Pinterest and blogs, DIY cabinet organization is more popular than ever.

In this blog, we’ll run through some DIY projects you can do to spruce up your cabinet storage—and share what storage options we offer at Superior Stone & Cabinet.

7 ways to organize your cabinets

DIY Cabinet Organization Ideas Should Be Part Of Your Dream Kitchen1. Store cutting boards and baking sheets

These are some of the most-awkward shaped things in your kitchen, and they’re never easy to store. We’ve seen a few cool ideas for this, but our favorite has to be the ideas that use wood or metal to fix cutting boards to the back of the cabinet door. Talk about a space-saver!

The under-cabinet hidden cutting board idea is cool, too. Just make sure you really like that particular cutting board, since you’re committing to a certain size ahead of time!

2. Keep smaller items together

If you’re like us, organizing cans is a total pain. Luckily, there’s some DIY cabinet organization tricks that you can use to better sort and organize your boxes and cans.

People rarely are going to be in your cabinets. It may seem low-brow, but you can upcycle a soda box (the 12-pack kind designed to be stored in the fridge) into a can holder. Use different boxes for different canned items.

Of course, if you want a plan that won’t give you cavities, you can also turn small, clear file holders from your office into can storage. You can even label them. However, if you have to buy these, it might defeat some of the purpose.

This is where you might want to give us a call. We install all kinds of cabinet storage options, including a nice setup for cans and spices. Good deal, right?

3. Keep your spices together with a DIY spice rack

Ah, spices. You might say that they’re the literal spice of life. They’re also a pain to keep in the kitchen, since you need to sift through them to find exactly what you’re looking for. Annoying!

Not surprisingly, Pinterest has a number of ideas for DIY spice racks. Our favorite: using a magnetic backboard to hold magnet jars of spices vertically. Of course, this means you have to use some wall space, and the amount of spices you can hold may be limited by the size of the magnetic containers.

With new cabinets from Superior Stone & Cabinet, we offer a number of cool storage features, including pull-out, built-in spice racks that are as convenient as they are clean-looking.

4. Put spices on a Lazy Susan

Ok, one more DIY spice rack idea that we’ve seen that you should consider. Use an old “Lazy Susan”—those rotating trays used to move food around—in your cabinet to quickly cycle through your spices and find what you’re looking for.

5. Group like items together

You should group like items inside the cabinet. Sort and pile the cooking and baking items together. Similarly, you should group the glassware, dishes, and cutlery inside the cabinet. Also, you should group items that are used during special events. Sorting items in this way will help in retrieving them when required.

Sometimes, DIY cabinet organization isn’t about installing anything, but about taking things away. Think about what you truly need in your cabinets, and what you can donate or get rid of in your pantry. This kind of organization will pay dividends down the road.

6. Utilize your vertical space

Make the best of the cabinet storage spaces by utilizing vertical spaces. Consider placing hooks above the countertops in the cabinets to hold mugs. In addition, you can hang stemware rack in the same area for holding glasses.

To store oven mitts and measuring cups, you can also hang adhesive hooks on the inside of the pantry doors. Lastly, you can use the ceiling rack and wall space to hang pots and pans. This will free a lot of space inside the cabinet.

7. Make use of drawer dividers

Drawer dividers are perfect for storing cooking utensils. The dividers will allow you to assign a spot for miscellaneous items in the kitchen. However, avoid overflowing the dividers as it will defeat the purpose of organizing your cabinet.

When DIY cabinet organization isn’t enough, call Superior Stone & Cabinet

For more information about great kitchen and bathroom cabinet ideas, you can contact Superior Stone and Cabinet. We can help you in selecting the perfect cabinet design. Contact us today to get a free in-home estimate for new cabinets and learn about our cabinet storage options.

What’s the best kitchen cabinet varnish for your home?

Kitchen Cabinet Varnish optionsIn this article, we will discuss different types of varnishes, and how to select the best one for your home kitchen cabinet.

What is a varnish?

Varnish is a generic term that refers to topcoat finishes that provide durability as well as corrosion and heat resistance to a surface. An unfinished kitchen cabinet requires a varnish to be applied to the surface.

Different types of varnishes

Varnishes provide a protective coating to the kitchen cabinet. Many different types of varnishes can be applied on the kitchen cabinetry. All the different types of varnishes can be grouped into two types: oil-based and water-based.

Traditionally, varnishes were made of oil and resin. These varnishes create a hard and resistant surface once they have dried. Oil-based varnishes, on the other hand, are more durable than water-based varnishes. However, water-based varnishes dry more quickly after application. Also, they have a low odor level, which is important if applying inside the home.

Today, most manufacturers either apply polyurethane or catalyzed varnishes. Polyurethane varnishes can be used on both unfinished and painted surfaces. They can be either water- or oil-based.

Applying the varnish on the wood is in effect sealing it with plastic. The plastic is tough that creates an impenetrable barrier on the surface. They tend to create a glossier finish to the kitchen cabinet. The varnish makes the surface super resistant to water and chemicals. You can select satin, low-gloss, or high gloss finishes.

Catalyzed varnishes contain a catalyst that accelerates the drying process after application. The fast acting varnishes are harder, more durable, and boast of improved corrosion resistance. They are transparent and protect the wood from damage due to cleaners and household chemicals.

The kitchen cabinets on which catalyzed varnishes are applied retain the sheen and original paint color. It is more expensive than lacquer but also more elastic that provides remedy against expansion and contraction of the joints.

So, how do you decide what type of kitchen cabinet varnish is right for your home?

Start by giving the pros at Superior Stone & Cabinet a call. We offer free in-home estimates on new kitchen cabinets. We’ll help you pick out the right style and color for your cabinets.

Experts state that a person should consider different factors when selecting a varnish for the kitchen cabinet. There is no one type of varnish that is best for every cabinet. Some of the factors that you need to consider include the presence of excess moisture, exposure to air borne pollutants, presence of excess natural light, UV exposure, drying time, durability requirement, and finished appearance.

That’s what makes an in-home estimate a good choice.

Need kitchen cabinet varnish advice? Contact the pros at Superior Stone & Cabinet!

If you’re still confused about which varnish is best for your kitchen cabinet, you should contact our professional team at Superior Stone and Cabinet.

We have a team of experts who can guide you in making the right decision regarding kitchen cabinet varnish. We can also help you in selecting a new kitchen cabinet that best source your budget and preferences.

Contact us today for a free in-home estimation for the installation of kitchen cabinets.

Custom Cabinet Design Ideas For Your Home Remodel

Custom Cabinet Design IdeasRemodeling your home? Superior Stone & Cabinet offers several cabinet options, including custom cabinet choices. In this blog post, we’ll share some of our favorite design ideas.

Why should you upgrade to custom cabinets?

Cabinets are at the heart of any home kitchen, and garners special attention. New cabinets can change an outdated kitchen into a modern one that captures approving glances of others.

Nowadays, cabinets come in a variety of design and color options that you can select according to you taste and preferences.

You can spice up your kitchen with decorative cabinets that boasts attractive colors and finishes. Whether you prefer a traditional look or fancy something modern, the following design ideas can prove invaluable in your new kitchen remodeling project.

1. Select cabinets with an unique style of wood

Wood cabinets impart a natural look to the interior home décor. Of all the different wood styles, maple cabinets are particularly attractive since they have an illustrious shine.

When selecting wood style cabinets, you should keep in mind that the lighter cabinets tend to conceal dirt better as compared to dark cabinets.

2. Creative custom design ideas

An attractive custom cabinet design idea is to surround the refrigerator with cabinets that easily blends in without drawing too much attention. Also, you can install vent hoods that blend perfectly with the cabinets.

In addition, you can leave counter space on either side of the oven with enough space for cooking utilities used for basic preparations such as baking sheets and others. See some of our completed cabinet projects for ideas.

3. Install a cabinet in your dining room

You can have custom design cabinets in the dining room to store dishes, placemats, and other items required for serving the food. Also, you can have granite or natural stone top that can double as a buffet for serving at parties.

You don’t need to custom design the countertops as the stores have a large number of prefabricated counters that can be used for the purpose.

4. Yellow color to brighten a dark room

Yellow color cabinets brighten a dark room. This is particularly a good color option if the kitchen area is small with no natural light. Splashing yellow color on walls, floors, and cabinets can fake natural light inside the house.

Remember to select a glossy finish cabinet as it will reflect the most light and look the best in a dark room.

5. Vintage blue color for a cheery look

Blue color can make a bold statement about the kitchen being a cheery place. You can achieve a vintage blue shade by applying blackened umber glaze to the cabinets and then painting it with a turquoise glaze.

Stippling, buffing, and scrapping the cabinet can give it a timeless look that will always remain in style.

Call Superior Stone & Cabinet for custom cabinet ideas and a free in-home estimate

If you want to know more options about kitchen cabinets, you can contact Superior Stone and Cabinet. We have a large number of cabinet door styles and color options that you can choose to perfectly complement your kitchen and dining area. We also have multiple storage options.

You can contact us to receive a no-obligation, free in-home estimate for the kitchen cabinet remodeling task.

4 Perfect Color Options for the Kitchen Cabinets

Kitchen cabinets come in a variety of designs, colors, and finishings. That is why it’s not surprising that many find picking the right kitchen cabinet a daunting task. The range of color options for the kitchen cabinets can make it difficult to select the best one. However, by keeping in mind certain design tips, you are sure to select the perfect color for the kitchen cabinet.4 Perfect Color Options for the Kitchen Cabinets

You must let the interior décor of your house guide you selecting in selecting the best color option for the cabinets. Generally, classic colors such as white and gray perfectly complement the traditional home design. On the other hand, black and gray colors look best for modern home design. The light brown wood color option looks good on both traditional and modern homes.

Here are 4 best color options that you should consider when selecting a kitchen cabinet for your home.

Black

Black color cabinets look sleek and classy, particularly in a modern home design. The benefit of black color kitchen cabinets is that fingerprints or smudges will be less visible. The downside, however, of a black-colored kitchen cabinet is that the dust and dirt tend to be visible. Moreover, the scratch marks will also show easily on a black color cabinet.

Gray

Gray color kitchen cabinets may seem like a bit of an out-of-the-ordinary color option, but that is exactly why the color option is a favorite among many homeowners. Instead of going for the usual black, light brown, or white, a number of people select gray color kitchen cabinets, which looks particularly good in upscale, modern design homes. While gray color cabinets won’t completely hide the dirt or dust, but they won’t show the same way as black or white, either.  In addition, the scratches are less visible with gray color kitchen cabinets.

White

White color kitchen cabinets remain a popular choice for traditional design homes. The white color cabinets can perfectly complement the elegant look of the traditional homes. Also, the scratches will not show easily in white color cabinets.

Similar to white black color cabinets, the downside of the white color cabinets is that they tend to show dirt and smudges. The white color option is not a good idea for the kitchen cabinet if the household contains small children. Also, homeowners that don’t like to spend time scrubbing dirt off the cabinets every day should not install white color kitchen cabinets.

Light Brown

Light brown color tends to versatile that can complement different home designs. The benefit of selecting the light brown color is that the scratches and dust that accumulates on the cabinet will be less visible. The light brown color cabinets can also stand the test of time as they coordinate perfectly with one home remodeling task to another.

Need to learn more about color options?

For more advice regarding selecting a kitchen cabinet, you must consult a professional home décor specialist. At Superior Stone & Cabinet, our designers offer free in-home estimates to help you pick the perfect cabinet color. Give us a call today to learn more!

We’ve moved to a new location

Have you seen a ton of moving trucks around lately? That may be because Superior Stone & Cabinet moved to our new location at 3479 E. University Drive last week. While our team will certainly miss our old warehouse, this new facility is much bigger, has more space for our showroom, and will allow us to carry a far wider selection of the countertops, cabinets, floors, and fixtures you trust Superior to provide.

Room to grow

Even as one of the largest wholesale suppliers of granite, quartz, flooring, and cabinetry in the Phoenix metro, we were beginning to feel a little cramped in our old place. Our new building is twice the size and contains space for a much larger and more detailed showroom. This is important: our customers need showrooms in order to envision how different flooring styles will look in their home, business, or office. Now, with more overall showroom space, you’ll be able to see a wider variety of our products.

New showroom

A floor model in our new showroom.

New products in the showroom

On the warehouse side, the extra space allows us to carry a larger inventory, including some new products. We’re now showing and installing quartz slab countertops, along with our original quartz countertops. In the near future, we’ll be bringing in granite slab countertops. Our new space allows us to take on more custom projects. One area of emphasis—in addition to our residential countertop, cabinetry, and flooring products—is on commercial and office products and setups. When you stop by our new location, you’ll find an entire section of our store dedicated to flooring and kitchens for modern workplaces.

Same quality, same low prices

We may have upgraded to a new space, but our approach to business has not changed. We still offer great counters, cabinets, floors, and wall tile at wholesale prices—our larger space means we can continue to directly import products in great quantity from the source instead of going through a middleman. Superior Stone and Cabinet remains your one-stop-shop for home and commercial improvement products.

Want to check out what we’ve been up to? Be sure to swing by our new convenient location at 3479 E. University Drive in Phoenix, AZ. We’re right off the I-10, just minutes from downtown Phoenix, Sky Harbor International Airport, and Arizona State University. Our showroom staff is ready to introduce you to our wide selection of counters, cabinets, and floors.

Four questions to ask yourself when shopping for a bathroom vanity

A bathroom vanity can be a stunning addition to any bathroom in your home, instantly adding an aesthetic appeal and more storage options. But, how do you go about selecting the right bathroom vanity? Besides the usual questions about what kind of granite and cabinetry work you like, Superior Stone and Cabinet recommends that you ask yourself the following questions, and then give us a call to schedule your free in-home estimate.

2d08c6af-df76-41f0-af38-61009d5d06b8Do you want a unique look or a match?

Many customers are seeking a bathroom vanity that not only matches the rest of their bathroom, but fits with the overall aesthetics of the home, including other bathrooms and even the kitchen. For example, the kitchen has white cabinets with a lighter-colored granite finish, so they’ll want their bathrooms to have a similar scheme. However, other customers go the opposite direction: the bathroom vanity is set off from the rest of the home, so why not have it be completely different?

No matter what you decide, Superior has the wide selection that needed to turn your bathroom into a thing of beauty and style.

Will the bathroom vanity help you sell you home?

As with most significant home upgrades, you’re probably at least a little concerned about how the renovation will impact your home’s resale value, should you ever need to move out. Overall, a new bathroom vanity can really help you sell your home as part of an overhauled bathroom. In fact, many homebuyers today specifically look at the master and guest bathrooms to gauge the overall quality of the home. Consider a quality vanity an investment in your home’s future that you can enjoy starting today!

Is this part of a larger bathroom overhaul?

Whether your new vanity is a one-off or if it’s only the start of a larger project, let Superior Stone and Cabinet know, and we can provide you with expert, experienced advice to help you decide and envision how it all fits together. This process includes looking at the type of tile your bathroom might need. It all starts with our free in-home estimate, which will help you determine what you can do with the bathroom and what your options are.

Advanced Bathroom VanityAre you getting the most options possible?

We’re not a small, fly-by-night operation. We have more than 30 different granite colors available in our huge Phoenix showroom, as well as many more types and colors of cabinets. The best way to get started in selecting your counters and cabinets is to visit our showroom and see the variety for yourself.

Beyond the color of granite and cabinets, learn more details about bathroom vanities and the choices available to you, including storage and fixture options.

Let Superior help you decide

Superior Stone and Cabinet offers high-quality bathroom vanity setups at wholesale prices. If you’re ready for a new vanity, but you’re having trouble deciding how to get things started, give us a call to schedule your free in-home estimate so that we can help you create a vision for your bathroom’s future.

Superior gives you cabinet storage options

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An efficient and easily accessible way to store spices.

We’ll be the ones to say it: cabinets have gotten a lot better looking in the past ten to fifteen years. Once seen in an almost purely utilitarian light, today’s kitchen and bathroom cabinets are the aesthetically pleasing centerpiece of your home. Available in almost every possible color and stain of wood, cabinets are enjoying a golden age.

While they may look good, don’t forget that cabinets have a functional purpose: storage and organization. It doesn’t matter how fantastic your cabinets are if your dishes are stacked up on your counters for a lack of space. Lucky for you and your kitchen, Superior Stone and Cabinet offers cabinet storage options that are not only great looking, but will convince your house guests that you’re an organizational genius.

For the cluttered

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Make it easy to access your pots and pans.

Are you in need of some kitchen organization help? We can’t do anything about your spouse’s lifetime collection of coffee mugs, but we can help you store them better. Our cabinet storage methods will make your life easier and your counters clearer.

  • Hidden trash cans: This system allows you to place trash cans within the cabinet structure, where they can slide out from hiding for easy access when you need them. If you’re tired of tripping over the trash can on your way to the sink, hidden trash cans might be a space-efficient option. This can also help you become a better recycler, by giving you a dedicated space for sorting bins.
  • An organized spice rack: Nothing’s worse than having to interrupt your cooking to search in the back of your cabinet for wherever you put the oregano. No one has thyme for that! (Sorry). An innovative spice option—including a vertical, slide-out orientation—could make all the difference.
  • Pull-out pot shelving: Despite our best intentions and efforts, most storage of pots and pans goes downhill, to the point where simply matching lids to their pots is a remarkable achievement. With a pull-out system from Superior, you can easily access and organize your pot and pan collection.

For the entertainer

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Efficient storage of wine bottles.

Do you like to have friends and family over for dinner and drinks? Don’t just have them marvel at the look of your cabinets—wow them with a whole range of expanded functions that take your kitchen from mere hangout spot to entertaining machine.

  • In-cabinet wine bottle rack: If you love a great glass of wine with company, an in-cabinet bottle rack makes for an amazing conversation piece. If you’re the type that likes to collect, this allows you to store bottles out-of-sight until you need them. Who knew that your cabinets could be so much fun?
  • Glass hanger: Your glasses with stems are probably taking up more room in your cabinet than they should. A simple glass hanger affixed to the outside bottom of your over-counter cabinets not only allows for you to efficiently store your glasses, but it looks classy and elegant.
  • Easy access to plates: How do you store your plates? One way to have easy access to dining plates for guests is to upgrade to a cabinet fixture that allows you to store plates vertically.

With Superior, you have cabinet storage options

If you’re ready to upgrade to new cabinets, stop by our 60,000 square foot showroom in Phoenix. We’ll sit down with you and provide you with a free estimate for all the cabinet storage options you’re looking for. Are you also looking for new countertops? We can help with that, too!

Ready to get started? Give Superior Stone and Cabinet a call, or stop by our location at 3717 East Broadway Road.