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Heard on the Street: New kitchen showroom opening

 

Heard on the Street: New kitchen showroom opening

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Heard on the Street: New kitchen showroom opening
News from Post-Bulletin:

Cabinets and kitchens are the focus of a designer who is opening a new showroom and studio in downtown Rochester.

Don Gustason, a certified designer with 30 years of experience in the industry, hopes to launch The Kitchen Design Studio with a soft opening late this fall followed by an official grand opening early next spring.

He is cooking up his new business at 23 West Center Street in the former home of Chocolate Twist. That 1,000-square-foot space has been empty since Ira Becker closed the Chocolate Twist a year ago.

Darci Fenske of Paramark Real Estates brokered the deal.

Gustason has been working with Twin Cities-based North Star Kitchens for 25 years. So why step out on his own to launch a new business in the city where his wife was trained as a nurse?

“I’ve talked to colleagues about it for about 30 years,” he says. “This allows me to do more of what I love to do — designing.”

The Kitchen Design Studio will sell and install Woodharbor Custom Cabinetry of Mason City, Iowa, as well as act as a general contractor for new kitchen construction as well as remodeling projects.

Gustason plans to have examples of frame-built cabinets, traditional frameless cabinets and contemporary frameless cabine…………… continues on Post-Bulletin

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Remodeling without demolishing the budget
News from Philadelphia Inquirer:

Kitchen and bathroom renovations top the list of improvements for increasing the value of a home. But this labor-intensive remodeling can get expensive. Even without changing room layouts, the simple job of replacing finishes and fixtures can cost more than the price of a new car.

What builders call “pull-and-replace” remodeling can run $ 12,000 to $ 22,000 for the average 5-by-7-foot bathroom and $ 29,000 to $ 52,000 for a 12-by-12-foot kitchen, estimates Rick Matus of Case Design/Remodeling Inc. in Bethesda, Md. “As soon as you start moving plumbing, electrical wiring, and walls,” he says, “the costs go up substantially from there.”

Budget-minded homeowners are finding cheaper solutions in the $ 10,000-$ 20,000 range by making do with existing appliances and fixtures, refinishing kitchen cabinets, and shopping for bargains. Suppliers and builders, in turn, are responding to the recession-driven demand for cost-conscious kitchen and bath remodeling with package deals aimed at guaranteeing the costs of materials and labor.

“At first, there was no way I was going to spend $ 18,000 to $ 25,000 to remodel a bathroom,” says homeowner Hannah Laufe, a lawyer in Vienna, Va. “But to get what we wanted, my research showed that was the amount we needed to spend.”

Laufe and husband Richard Miller, a teacher, decided to renovate the outdated and worn…………… continues on Philadelphia Inquirer

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