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    Meet the Kitchen Design Team

    Meet the Kitchen Design Team

    "Home is where the heart is" and the heart of the home is the kitchen. It's where friends and family gather, holidays are celebrated, and memories are made. The kitchen also establishes the style of the home with its finishes and details. Here in the Kitchen Design Center at Horner Millwork our members of the
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    9 Tips to Create a Gorgeous White Kitchen

    9 Tips to Create a Gorgeous White Kitchen

    Back in 2003 when I was renovating my first home it was hard to find an affordable cabinet manufacturer that offered white painted cabinets. Yes, cabinetry with a white thermofoil finish (yuck!) was common, but that plastic coating was better suited for low cost rental properties where durability was more important than style. Fast forward
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    [New Photography] <br>Modern Staircase

    [New Photography]
    Modern Staircase

    Throughout our 44-year history of building stairs here in New England traditional wood stairs have reigned supreme. Turned balusters, box newels, and primed risers have been hallmarks of traditional New England architecture. More recently we’ve seen a shift in demand to a more modern European style staircase often utilizing open risers, low profile metal railings,
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    Masonite Launches 800 sq ft of Visual Impact Campaign

    Masonite Launches 800 sq ft of Visual Impact Campaign

    An average midsize home has approximately 24 interior and exterior doors. Assuming each door has 17 square feet of surface area, that's equivalent to 800 square feet of design opportunity throughout the home. No one would build an 8 foot high by 100 foot long wall without carefully considering its visual impact on the home.