Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Renovated Home Tour

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to hire Cabinet-S-Top for your remodeling project? Now is the perfect opportunity for you to learn about our company and see first-hand what our talented team can do in design and craftsmanship. 

Click here for a map of the homes: https://cabinet-s-top.com/events



 This event showcases 10 exciting newly remodeled homes by
Cabinet-S-Top in the Medina and Summit County areas….open for 
the public to take a self-guided tour FREE of Charge.
The Renovated Home Tour is One Day Onlyon Sunday, October 7th from noon until 5pm.  

Come see first-hand Cabinet-S-Top’s design and craftsmanship
in each remodeling project.  Talk to Cabinet-S-Top’s expert designers
to gain ideas and inspiration for your home improvement projects.


STOP BY CABINET-S-TOP’S SHOWROOM (1977 Medina Rd, Medina)
ON OCTOBER 7th, Noon to 5pm
TO ENTER OUR GIVEAWAY FOR A CHANCE TOWIN $5,000 OF FREE KITCHEN OR BATH CABINETRY
See Store for Details

Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Creative Islands

by Mitchell Parker

Good design solves a problem. Often that means throwing away convention. When it comes to kitchen islands, consider the common rectangular shape just a starting point. The following photos show how changing the shape of an island can create better circulation paths and room for dining tables, prep space, more seating — and even a geeky detail like a coded binary message set in a concrete countertop. Sometimes it’s hip not to be square.

Monday, July 16, 2018

8 Reasons to Choose a Partially Freestanding Bathtub


A freestanding bathtub that’s against or partly enclosed by a wall or ledge gives you the best of both worlds. The shapely tub appears to be unattached, yet there’s a place nearby to put 
books and beverages. Here’s why a partially freestanding tub is a winning combination of style and practicality.

Thursday, June 14, 2018

by Bryan Anthony




You may already know that grout comes in shades of white, gray and beige and that it can change the look of tile. For example, pairing white tiles with a similar white grout makes grout lines virtually disappear and tiles blend together. Conversely, pairing white tiles with dark gray grout reveals the shape of each tile more clearly. 

You may not know that grout also comes in a variety of other hues. Colorful grout is showing up in many European and Australian kitchens and bathrooms lately, and it soon may take off in North America too. Here are seven grout colors that are attracting attention.