The kitchen is one of many rooms in this year's PNE prize home that has cabinets supplied by Surrey's Sunrise Kitchens.

Eye on the prize home cabinetry

For the fifth year, Surrey's Sunrise Kitchens has contributed the cabinets for the PNE home lottery.

Surrey’s Sunrise Kitchens has once again designed and supplied the cabinetry for the PNE prize home.

The 3,000-square-foot house, designed by Jillian Harris, will be on display from Aug. 18 to Sept. 3 at the PNE in Vancouver.

Sunrise’s work can be found in the home’s kitchen, laundry room, master bedroom, master en suite, den/family room, loft bathroom and mudroom.

The 30-year-old company considers it a privilege to contribute the cabinets because proceeds from ticket sales benefit local charities and it’s a chance to give back to the community. This is the fifth-consecutive year Sunrise has designed cabinetry to the popular prize home.

For more information, visit www.sunrisekitchens.com.

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