Designer Spotlight | Fay’s Fine Cabinetry

That’s some fine cabinetry, if we do say so ourselves! Fay’s Fine Cabinetry has been creating quality cabinetry in Nashua, New Hampshire since 1992. The company was purchased by Laurie and Dave Grebowski in 2013 with the plan of maintaining Fay’s legacy while also incorporating the personal style of their clients. Their focus: maximize the utility of small spaces without making them feel cramped.

Fay’s tried to merge the homeowner’s contemporary style with the traditional colonial home. They decided on a simple Shaker-style cherry door with brushed stainless bar hardware and Piatra Grey for the counters and backsplash.

A peek in the drawers show the kitchen is not only beautiful, but functional as well! For all you organization bugs out there – take note!

We approve of clutter-free counters! Every space was planned out for utility and beauty.

What to do when you want an island but the square footage just doesn’t support your dreams? Fay’s worked with the client to find an ideal solution – stealing a few feet from the dining room. The team was able to incorporate a dark cherry island topped with Wild Rice counters.

The space is full of charm, tons of storage, and attention to detail throughout. We love the woven backsplash above the stovetop!

Small spaces call for thought-out cabinets. Gone are the days of reaching far for bowls and plates.

Traditional homes can lean on transitional! Fay’s blended bold colors with terra cotta tiles, colorful cabinetry and London Grey counters to create the client’s dream kitchen!

The elegant details and charming hardware complete the design. Fay’s definitely helps guide their clients in making smart decisions. Their reason for choosing Caesarstone? “We enjoy the peace of mind that comes from knowing we can always rely on the quality and consistency.”

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