Stop by the new Merit Kitchens Design Centre from noon to 4 p.m. June 1 to browse the newest in kitchen and bathroom trends and be inspired for your project.

New Langley Design Centre brings your new kitchen or bath closer than ever!

Tour the new showroom June 1 + book a FREE in-home design consultation. Something Special Awaits!

Your dream kitchen or bathroom is closer than ever!

This Saturday, June 1, Merit Kitchens throws open the doors on its new Langley Design Centre, inviting you to explore the possibilities for your own dream kitchen project.

From noon to 4 p.m., drop in to browse the newest in kitchen and bathroom trends, be inspired for your own spaces, and talk to the experts about making your dream project a reality.

Continuing the celebratory theme, don’t forget to stop by the grill when you arrive, and enjoy a hot dog by donation, grilled to perfection by Dacor Appliances who will also be on site. All hotdog proceeds are going directly to your local food bank!

Something special awaits each homeowner who signs up for an in-home design visit from an expert Merit Kitchens Design Consultant.

Stroll through the latest styles

Designing and building beautiful kitchens since 1971, Merit Kitchens’ new Langley Design Centre offers homeowners a large, modern facility filled with a variety of kitchen styles and layouts.

“It’s really beautiful. Our visitors love the lighter, brighter space that lets them get a real feel for some of the latest design trends, and ideas they can bring to their own space,” says design leader Jodie Hall.

Strolling through the various displays, homeowners can browse the latest colours and trends while blending in traditional and classic elements.

“From planning to installation, kitchens and bathrooms are typically the most involved renovations,” Hall notes. “Speaking to a professional designer will help ensure you get the most value for your money in a kitchen that will look great and work beautifully.”

Dynamic design that works!

Forget the old school Lazy Susan corner cupboard – Wait until you open some of the cabinets to explore today’s innovative, space-saving and organizing ideas.

During your free in-home design consultation, your designer will measure your space, listen to your kitchen must-haves versus wants, and discuss your style and design tastes so don’t forget to clip out some of your favourite kitchen styles and colours.

To ensure your investment dollars are not wasted, when you move forward with your kitchen project, the designer will draw up your designs and create a plan that takes all factors into consideration, maximizing both your budget and space layout.

For all qualifying projects the new Langley Design centre gets to work on starting June 2019, Merit Kitchens will donate A Pantry Full of Food to your local food bank. See the design centre for details.

Stop by the new Merit Kitchens Design Centre at Unit 150 – 19888 Langley Bypass – directly across from Willowbrook Mall on June 1, between noon and 4 p.m. at or visit online at meritdesignlangley.com.

 

Merit Kitchens’ new Langley Design Centre offers homeowners a large, modern facility filled with a variety of kitchen styles and layouts.

Browse the latest colours and trends for kitchens and bathrooms.

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