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Utah Style and Design

On the Move: Kitchen Works

May 22, 2017

Cabinets aren’t what they used to be: blasé wooden boxes adorned with kitschy hardware. Sadly, they were an afterthought to those scene-stealing shiny appliances and sparkly countertops.

Now, cabinets are everywhere in the home: bathrooms, garages, mudroom and bathrooms. These functional storage units now transform into cocktail cabinets, drink stations, appliances garages, pull-out storage and seating. But now with so many options, where does a remodeler begin?

Vroom! In rolls Utah’s first locally-owned cabinetry mobile showroom: Kitchen Works. Co-owners Jacqui Little and Brady Sherman breathe new life into the Beehive State’s remodeling boom with their style-savvy cabinetry options—available to peruse and order straight from your front door.

“We realize how busy people are these days, which is why we wanted to be able to bring our showroom to them—making the whole process easier and much more convenient,” says Jacqui Little, co-owner and designer for Kitchen Works. “From upper-end custom cabinets designed to 1/16 of an inch to storage cabinets for your garage, storeroom or laundry, there’s a product to fit anyone’s price point.”


“We carry modern options like high gloss and wood grain laminate, along with more traditional options in suede, vintage and distressed finishes,” Little says. “My favorite new one is an aged concrete finish. Another favorite now is the slab cherry with grey suede finish.”

Photography: Bob Plumb

Val Rasmussen

Val Rasmussen
Val Rasmussen is Assistant Editor at Utah Style & Design and Editor at Utah Bride & Groom magazine. She can be reached at val@utahbrideandgroom.com or you can follow her on Instagram @valeriefras.

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