The owners of the newly opened Fletcher Cameron Showroom in New Haven, Conn., Christine Ingraham and Gregory Spiggle, took advantage of their new space with an open, simple concept.
By laying out the expansive showroom in a variety of simple but contrasting displays, the client can see a multitude of choices without facing the ‘wall of wonder.’
Two walls boast three kitchen displays, which vary in color and finish choice, but all of which have the same quality of materials.
Overall LED lighting illuminates the otherwise dark space, and task lighting and undercabinet lighting make the displays seem like a kitchen in a home.
By matching different styles together instead of different types of the same material, clients can more easily visualize what they would like to see in their own homes.
Shown here, the team’s Box Kitchen concept uses modular components to appeal to both larger residential builders and custom kitchen designers.
The concept evolved into a customizable selection with a number of laminates and colors, which can work for any budget.