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Custom Cabinets Vancouver – Elite Kitchens & Bathrooms

Contact Elite Kitchens & Bathrooms for a free custom cabinet or wood work estimate in Vancouver.

We’re situated near Willowbrook Mall in Langley – why not drop by for coffee today!!

Address:
#101-6010 196th Street
Langley, B.C.
V3A 5X3

Phone:
Local Phone: 604-533-4541
Fax: 604-533-4589
Toll Free: 1-866-533-4541

E-mail Us:
sales@elitekitchencentre.com

Showroom Hours:
Monday – Friday: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am – 3:30pm
Sundays & Holidays: Closed

Video Directions: How to get to Elite Kitchens and Bathrooms

The new overpass is complete and getting to Elite Kitchens is easier than before, but it’s definitely different than before.
We’ve taken videos of the route to our store from four different starting locations, so you can better plan your trip.

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How to Choose the Right Kitchen Faucet?

Updating or changing anything in your kitchen can be both and exciting and a daunting task. Every item in a kitchen has a huge amount of options to choose from – colors, materials, styles, and more! When it comes to changing your kitchen faucet, you should not only look at your personal style, but also what is the most functional for you, and what suits your beautiful kitchen. Many different styles and functions exist when looking at kitchen faucets. We will explore some of those below. From the height of the faucet, to color and finish, to spray features – there’s a lot to think about when replacing your kitchen faucet! Replacing a Faucet – What Fits? If you are simply replacing the faucet on an existing kitchen sink, check to see how many pre-existing holes there are from the old faucet. To keep a project simple, it is usually best to stick to the same faucet style to avoid having to replace the kitchen sink as well. In some cases, a side sprayer or soap dispenser can be added or removed depending on your preferences. Faucet Height Be aware of any restrictions to the height of your faucet – such as low hanging cabinets above the sink. Taller faucets tend to suit sinks that are underneath a window, or on a kitchen island. Color and Finish Kitchen faucets come in many colors and finishes: nickel, polished chrome, stainless steel – just to name a few. Evaluate your personal preferences for the look of the faucet, and also check to see how your chosen color and finish will match... read more

Storage ideas for small kitchens

One of the most common complaints that any home owner has is that their kitchen is too small. People want more and more things in their kitchen so they can prepare the favourite foods. In order to accommodate their needs, companies offering custom kitchen design are finding better and more elegant ways of providing them more storage space. Here are a few ways that we’ve discovered to find more storage in small kitchens. Add shelving under your island countertop or bar top One part of a kitchen that is commonly underutilized is the island or bar area. Many small kitchens include them but waste the space underneath. Adding some cabinets or shelving under the countertop provides usable storage that can be hidden when not needed. Add custom kitchen cabinets that effectively use all the space Much of the kitchen space is wasted if it’s not designed efficiently. For example, many cabinets either don’t go high enough on the wall, resulting in the tops of your cabinets looking like a graveyard for appliances and plates. Why not have cabinets that use all the space available and allow you to store away what’s needed every day? Inserts and organizers By adding cabinet inserts and organizers, the storage space can be used more effectively and becomes easier to find things when looking. Everyone has had the experience of digging through cabinets to find something they think is buried in the back. After a while, the search ends and that space is effectively wasted. Use the sides and bottoms of cabinets Another great space saver is to add hooks or shelves onto the... read more

Choosing the right sink for your kitchen renovation

Much like choosing anything for your remodeling, selecting the perfect kitchen sink can be very time-consuming. The sink is usually the centrepiece of any kitchen and the place where most people spend a huge amount of time. What sink you choose will have a huge impact on how you work within and your comfort level. Like most kitchen renovation decisions, there is no right answer. Everyone is different and wants different things from their kitchen sink. But by understanding the differences, you can make a more informed decision and be happier with your selection. Here are a few things you’ll want to consider: Installation Type There are 4 basic types: Drop In – The sink is dropped into a hole cut into the countertop. Undermount – The exact size of the sink it cut into the countertop and the sink sits underneath. Tile-In – The edge of the tile is flush against the sink. This is similar to the Drop In method. Farmhouse – Most farmhouse sinks are undermounted, but the front of the sink is exposed and finished. Configuration and Size How many bowls do you want and need? Most commonly you see one or two bowls, and the selection here is really based on your preference. Another less-common size is three bowls, including one small one for the garbage disposal. Material Stainless steel is durable and easy to clean. However, it can be scratched and damaged. Cast Iron or Porcelain sinks are for more traditional designs and can be damaged over time. They are also much heavier than other sinks and will require more support. Composite sinks... read more



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