If you haven’t already heard, HGTV’s Extreme Makeover Home Edition is here! This is super-exciting for us because they are using Starmark cabinetry, which is our main cabinetry line. We use Starmark for 95% of the kitchens we do because it’s so amazing, so it’s fun to see it get the national credit it deserves!
Five of HGTV’s ten episodes will be using Starmark, and the episode on March 15 will be talking a lot more about Starmark rather than just mentioning it. The first two episodes were Starmark ones and the dates of the upcoming Starmark episodes are March 15, March 22, and April 19, which is the season wrap-up. All are Sunday nights at 9pm Eastern/8pm Central.
If you’re considering doing a kitchen anytime in the future, it would be worth a watch. Starmark is unique because it’s interchangeable between custom and semi-custom, and has a lifetime finish unlike local custom cabinetmakers. It’s also fully American-made, unlike the others who are American-assembled but actually Asian imports. I love seeing what others are doing with Starmark because it’s such a unique product. It also has really good reviews, which is unusual for a cabinet company.
Here’s a link to Starmark’s Extreme Makeover page. The kitchen from last week’s episode was made of walnut, which is such a mix of luxurious and streamlined. We have a walnut island in our showroom in a more traditional door style. Here it is:
The show used a flat panel walnut to make it modern:
I like both a lot. In the first episode of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, they used a mix of black and white and got a transitional look (part traditional, part modern). In this view, you can’t really see the white cabinets, but if you go to the links above, you’ll be able to see the whole thing.
We mix colors and woods quite a bit these days as well. I love how many styles you can get just by switching out cabinet door style, colors, and layout.
Hope you enjoy the show! If you are interested in Starmark, fill out the contact form and let us know how we can help. We do a lot of kitchens in the Nashville area but have expanded to doing many out-of-state ones. More about all that later!