Check out the clever way that Morris Black Designs kitchen designer Dan Lenner was able to create a stunning, yet fully usable kitchen within the existing tight quarters of Jay Brew’s historic Victorian home in Bethlehem.
“I live in an old Victorian home built in 1895 and in those old Victorian houses they really did not put a lot of space in the kitchens. The kitchen tended to be just a table, a stove and a sink,” said Brew.
“Dan Lenner is just a genius in my opinion because he had the challenge of putting a full working kitchen into this very small space,” continues Brew, praising Lenner. “From the very get go, Dan was fantastic and I would recommend him to anyone going through a kitchen process as well as any project that requires thoughtful design. In fact, after our kitchen was done, we brought him back to design a whole bar for us.”
Dad noticed all the custom door carvings in the home, and designed a custom door to match which was used on the new cabinets.
“It added a unique feature to the kitchen that we would never have thought of on our own. You wouldn’t get something like this if you went to like Home Depot or Lowe’s to get your kitchen redone,” said Brew. “Not even close.”
In addition to being extremely impressed with the ideas and design skills of Dan, Brew was overly impressed by the way Morris Black Designs stuck to its installation schedule and brought Dan’s vision to life in a timely fashion.
“Morris Black Designs gave us a schedule for each installation – the cabinets, the countertops –all of that. And they stuck to that schedule perfectly. The entire installation took a week and a half, and each phase happened exactly when they told us it would.”
“We went from a nonfunctional kitchen to one that’s now totally functional, and incredibly it also looks like a show kitchen. I would recommend to everyone that they use Morris Black Designs.”