Kitchen Remodel Featuring Decora Cabinetry on The Rachael Ray Show
The Rachael Ray Show (November 13, 2012) — In the fall of 2012, Decorá Cabinets teamed up with the "Rachael Ray Show" to make one lucky homeowner's dream kitchen a reality.
With nearly 4 million viewers watching on November 13, 2012, the episode featured a much-needed kitchen makeover for a super busy single mom in the Minneapolis area. This mother of nine adopted children has dedicated her life to helping disabled foster kids in need, fostering over 100 kids throughout her life.
Her small, dysfunctional kitchen was transformed with Decorá cabinetry into a space where everyone can gather for family meals, just in time for the holidays. Featuring the Braydon Manor door style, the perimeter of the kitchen is warm and inviting in the Maple Coriander finish with a Coffee glaze. The functional island and charming window seat are highlighted with Maple cabinetry in the Jasmine finish with a Twilight glaze.
The new kitchen focuses on accessibility for all, and is loaded with convenience accessories for parent and child alike. Decorá included roll trays and pull out options, such as spice storage and deep drawers to ensure that often-used items were always in reach.