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Marsh Kitchens
1015 South Centennial Street, High Point, NC 27260, United States
(336) 884-7393
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Use this Kitchen Hardware Style Guide to help plan your remodel http://ow.ly/tX7Mj
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Would you want a "Dirty Kitchen" - a separate area for cooking, with a main kitchen for gathering? http://ow.ly/tX7yU
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Quartz vs Granite - which type of countertop is best for your kitchen? Link: http://ow.ly/tX6F9
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New from our Marsh Kitchens blog - your guide to choosing the right wood for your kitchen. http://ow.ly/tX38A
The average kitchen will contain between 10 and 20 cabinets — so it’s no wonder that cabinet doors are the most visible surface in your kitchen. Placed squarely at eye-level, cabinets are immediately visible, and contribute t...
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The trend for 2014: Stylish alternatives to granite (via Caeserstone) http://ow.ly/sSTUo
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For your consideration - gorgeous black quartz with flecks of gold, from Cambria http://ow.ly/sSQI6
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The lighting in your kitchen can make all the difference. Here's how to get the most impact out of your lights: http://ow.ly/tX5BJ
Effective kitchen lighting not only ensures a functional work environment, but creates a warm and inviting atmosphere which makes the space usable and enjoyable. One common mistake is to use only one main lighting fixture, pl...
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Which cabinet finish or glaze should you use in your kitchen remodel? We have answers for you!

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A cabinet’s finish is an instantly recognizable marker of its quality, and a testament to its craftsmanship. The finish can have as much of an impact on the look and feel of your kitchen as the design of your cabinet doors, o...
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Outdated features to avoid in your kitchen remodel http://ow.ly/tm9Mk
Written by Carol Van Zile, CKD, CAPS When it comes to kitchens, most homeowners hope to have a finished product that looks “new” as long as possible. Since kitchens are an investment, it’s important to be aware of features t...
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The best inspiration for a kitchen remodel can come from nature. This Silestone video proves it http://ow.ly/sSR0D
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Founded in 1906 by Julius Everett Marsh Sr., Marsh Furniture Company has been crafting fine kitchen cabinetry for over a century. Located in High Point, North Carolina, Marsh from its inception has always been about innovation. While other furniture companies were building for the bedroom, dining room or den, Marsh built furniture for the kitchen. Marketed as “kitchen safes” and sold through retail stores, these ornate free-standing cupboards were innovative in another way. They were among the first pieces of furniture to be shipped “ready–to-assemble“ in the jargon of the day. The only constant in Marsh’s first decade was change. Features like tilt-out flour bins with built-in sifters, sliding tambour doors and enameled metal work surfaces (the precursor to today’s counter tops) were added to Marsh cupboards as they began to define the modern kitchen cabinet.

As we enter our second 100 years, Marsh Kitchens remains a family owned company committed to providing fine kitchen cabinetry to our customers but also continuing our tradition as a responsible corporate partner in the triad community. Visit us at our home website www.marshkitchens.com
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