What’s Behind Door #1? – Wexford Estates – 2016

Walnut transitional inset doors provide a furniture-like appearance to the cabinets of this total kitchen remodel. Concealed behind the full height door is an elaborate pull-out cabinet organizer that allows the homeowner to optimize the use of a blind corner.

The Magic Corner – Wexford Estates – 2016

Keeping your Tulsa kitchen organized is easy with a kitchen remodel from The Buckingham Group. If you think your kitchen is maxed out on storage space, ideas such as this innovative cabinet organizer will end your blind corner dilemma. Designed to maximize the storage capacity of your cabinets this unit is functional and practical and operates smoothly with pull and slide technologies that allow access to every inch of the blind corner.

What’s Behind this Narrow Pull-out? – Wexford Estates – 2016

An inset transitional Walnut door and brushed stainless steel hardware conceal a pull-out Rev-A-Shelf base organizer. This is a typical representation of how The Buckingham Group optimizes available storage space in a kitchen.

The Base Organizer – Wexford Estates – 2016

A three tier Rev-A-Shelf base organizer was designed into this Tulsa kitchen design build remodel. Conveniently located to right of the pot and pan drawers beneath the cooktop, it provides immediate access to the cooking oils needed by our client. All the tools required to create a culinary master piece are readily available in this cooking station that uses LeCreuset Cookware whose temperature is precisely controlled by a Thermador Induction Cooktop.

The Charging Station – Wexford Estates – 2016

This Tulsa remodel uses a hidden charging station to power todays connected lifestyle with an innovative solution for charging the Owners mobile devices. Creatively incorporating one of the Docking Drawer Company’s products into the home office allows the mobile phone and I Pad to be hidden away during the time they are being charged in this design build whole house remodel.

Pocket Doors Conceal… – Wexford Estates – 2016

The homeowner charged The Buckingham Group with the design challenge of creating a multi-functional space that could be transformed from a Library into a Home Office. Transitional inset Walnut cabinet doors can be opened and recessed to provide access to the cabinet shelving and space behind.

A Full-Sized Computer – Wexford Estates – 2016

Opening the transitional inset Walnut pocket doors provides access to a 27-inch Apple iMac desktop computer. This is one of the many features that allows a beautiful personal Library to be converted into a total functional Home Office in less than 1-minute.

What’s Behind the Double Doors? – Wexford Estates – 2016

Double inset Walnut transitional doors conceal pullout shelves that provide a platform for a large format Scanner and Photo Printer.

A Large Format Photo Printer – Wexford Estates – 2016

The Canon Photo Printer pulls out easily from the base cabinets on full extension soft close drawer guides as the owner changes a classic personal Library into a fully functional Home Office.

Not Your Typical Lazy Susan – Patrick Henry – 2019

This blind corner brims with storage opportunity thanks to the engineering expertise of Rev-A-Shelf. Two Kidney shaped shelves provides storage for a variety of items. Dynamic hardware allows for easy access to areas once deemed unusable.

Clear the Countertops – Woodland Heights – 2017

Much to the annoyance of the wife, her husband’s Vitamix blender once cluttered the countertop. As an integral part of this design/build kitchen remodel we designed a pull-out drawer assembly that provided ease of access to the blender while simultaneously clearing the countertop. A separate side storage space provided shelving for a variety of Vitamix accessories.

Coffee on Call – Woodland Heights – 2017

With the Vitamix gone, the next challenge was to hide the wife’s favorite coffee maker. A tall cabinet was designed with pocket doors and a pull-out shelf for the coffee maker. Adjustable shelves provide storage for coffee cups and a variety of additional coffee making needs. A drawer below the coffee maker provides storage for Keurig K-pods.

The End Game – Woodland Heights – 2017

Clipped corners on the end of the peninsula provide a location for both code compliant duplex outlets and convenient storage. Knotty Alder transitional cabinet inset doors and soft close hinges cover the unattractive contents of this custom cabinet.

Where is the wine? – Hudson Meadows – 2019

Wine racks can be basic and functional or custom designed to highlight your personal style. This affordable pull-out racking system provided storage in a pantry for a limited selection of wines that were enjoyed by our client.

The Pet Station – Florence Park Addition – 2018

Like most couples, our client needed a place for everything. This meant being strategic about how every inch of floor space was used and how extra storage would be created. Designed for living big in a small space this kitchen is an urban oasis. Traditional partial overlay cabinets by Woodstock Cabinets of Tulsa, Oklahoma conceals a pet feeding center.

Scoop… – Florence Park Addition – 2018

Two flip top 35-qt Rev-A-Shelf waste containers were adapted for storage of dry dog food. Mounted on full extension undermount soft close drawer hardware they provided both ease of access and an abundance of capacity for the owners’ dogs favorite foods.

…and Serve – Florence Park Addition – 2018

Taking advantage of available toe-kick space we designed a pull-out assembly for the dogs’ dry food and water bowl. Located directly below the food storage containers it provides a central location for both feeding and storage of dog food. Complete with full extension guides and a ball-catch mechanism for stabilization this creative assembly takes advantage of previously unused space in the kitchen.

Storage from the Top Down and All Around – Florence Park Addition – 2018

Our clients envisioned their kitchen remodel creating a hub for the two to hang out in while simultaneously providing an efficient, highly organized work space for cooking. And like most couples, they needed a place for everything. This meant being strategic about how every inch of floor space was used and how extra storage would be created. This shallow depth cabinet provides an excellent example of how a 1-ft deep area was used for storage.

Secret Spice Space – Florence Park Addition – 2018

The proper storage of spices is a chronic problem in kitchens. Most consumers rely upon what appear to be well-designed storage cabinets that did not have the flexibility to accommodate spice containers of different sizes. The Buckingham Group provides end-cabinet storage with adjustable shelves that will organize the storage of up to 120 different spices.

Small Spaces Really Add Up – Florence Park Addition – 2018

This convenient built-in shelving provides ample storage for vinegars and cooking oils. Located directly opposite the cooking surface it was designed to accommodate a code compliant duplex outlet and singular shelf.

No Baristas Needed – Oakwold Addition – 2011

A hidden coffee bar and large pantry anchor this end of the kitchen. Pocket doors and pullout shelves add convenience while hiding some of the less attractive staples and equipment that are used on a daily basis. The beauty of the Sapele (Brazilian Mahogany) is accented by the LED lighting. Brushed nickel hardware provides an interesting contrast that helps highlight the beauty of the cabinets surface.

Specialized Spaces – The Crescent – 2000

Designed for the cooking convenience of the Owners, special cabinets are strategically placed and designed for small appliances, pots and pans, cooking oils, condiments, and spices. This kitchen is truly a place where everything has a place, and everything is in place even providing capacity for over 120 individual spice bottles.

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Edward Kaplan will bring a wealth of remodeling knowledge and experience to your home. You will find his design and engineering insights invaluable over the term of your remodeling project. And, with his many years in the business, he runs every construction site with efficiency and precision.

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