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CCFF Owner Jenna Hill KBIS 2015

As CCFF is getting into full gear at the start of this new year, so is KBIS 2016 set to start this coming week.

Going back again this year, We are really excited to see a lot of new products unveiled at the show. Last year did not disappoint and this year is going to be even better!

What we love most about going to this event every year is that we acquire a lot of knowledge through classes on the latest trends, technology in the kitchen and so much more.  

We can't wait to share the latest and greatest with you.  Stay tuned for lots of posts next week direct from the show!

Jenna Hill
CCFF Founder & Owner
KBIS 2016 in Las Vegas to Reveal Hot New Trends






The Kitchen and Bath Industry Show starts next week and there is sure to be many new trending products unveiled.  Here's a sneak peek:
Infrared Heating Panel Disguised

Hot Art by BRZ Brands has blended high style and functionality with the introduction of its infrared heating panel, a disguised energy-efficient space heater crafted with an image to fit into any room's d├ęcor as either a black-and-white photo or an abstract painting.













Malibu Bar Sink from Native Trails
Native Trails NativeStone Collection Malibu Bar sink shown here. Finishes include Ash, Slate and Pearl, and the install is undermount or drop-in.

Dual Zone Wine Reserve

The Perlick Signature Series 24-in. Dual Zone Wine Reserve boasts a commercial-grade stainless steel interior and exterior and two independently controlled compartments. Each compartment holds up to 14 bottles of wine. 


Roswell Kitchen Gets a Completely New Look
Roswell homeowners had been wanting to update their 30 year old kitchen since they moved in over 2 years ago. There were so many things that needed updating so they decided to take the plunge and completely gut the entire kitchen and start with a clean slate.





Originally old white painted cabinets with formica countertops, lack of backsplash, old appliances and above cabinet soffit, this kitchen was completely gutted and looks like a totally different kitchen.  

Fully gutted, renovations include the following:

  • New Shaker style cabinets
  • Honed granite countertops
  • Zebra wood countertop
  • Peninsula cabinets extended 
  • Top Knobs hardware
  • Custom pantry
  • Built-in Refrigerator
  • Soffit removal
  • New range and hood
  • White subway tile backsplash
  • Ceiling scrapped smooth
  • Recessed canned lighting
  • Walls, ceilings and trim freshly painted
  • New Laundry room doors
  • All new appliances
New Shaker style cabinets  update this kitchen with its clean and simple design. The honed granite and zebra wood countertops  contrast beautifully against the white cabinets.

The peninsula cabinets were extended  creating additional countertop and storage space. Large drawers, double garbage pullout and corner cabinet replaces the 3 door/drawer cabinets.  New Top Knobs cabinetry hardware  adds flair as it is the "Jewelry" of the cabinets.

New Custom Pantry  replaces the pantry closet opening up the kitchen and allowing for a more efficient use of space and organization.

Built-in refrigerator with new Shaker cabinets offer additional cabinet space.  The Soffit removal above the cabinets also increased the storage significantly.

New range with stainless steel hood  replaces where microwave once was. Soffit removed above cabinets creating much more cabinet space.  White subway tile backsplash  was added where there was only the back wall.

The ceiling was scrapped to a smooth finish and painted as well as all the trim and walls. New recessed canned lighting  replaces the outdated fluorescent lights. 

New Hardwood flooring  replaces the laminate flooring and the kitchen got  all new appliances.

These homeowners are so thrilled with their brand new kitchen. A complete transformation, this kitchen now reflects an updated, fresh and simple space that these homeowners can enjoy for years to come!
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