Michael Thibodeau, Designer, Kitchen Views, Oxford, CT

Michael Thibodeau

With 35 years in the kitchen and bath industry, Michael owned and operated a small family business which focused on the complete satisfaction of every customer.

From the initial design consultation right through 100% completion of every project, Michael is hands-on with every aspect of every job, focusing on every minor detail in order to avoid mistakes and delays.

Doing installations himself for all of his years in business, his designs are always clean, functional, and typically easy to install.

Michael specializes in working directly with builders, while understanding and meeting the needs of the homeowners.

POSITION: Designer

PHONE: 860.698.3160

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Contemporary Kitchen

White cabinetry keeping the kitchen bright is complemented by stainless steel appliances, dramatic, dark stone countertops and a dark wood stained island.

The curved island provides a raised bar height seating area for people to converse or enjoy a casual meal. On the other side is a cooking area with an induction cooktop and storage.

The wide, multi-purpose aluminum sink with dishwasher at hand makes both meal preparations and clean-up easier.

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Colonial Style Kitchen

The cooking area in this kitchen is separated from the eating area by a peninsula that expands the available prep space. All the modern amenities including wall ovens are combined beautifully with classic white cabinetry, providing ample storage to keep the kitchen organized. The polished appearance is enhanced with cabinetry panels applied to the refrigerator and display cabinetry for showcasing glassware.

During meal preparations, the cook can converse with family and guests seated in the comfortable dining area.

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Where & How to Save Money

With Michael's understanding about how simple mistakes in ordering or measuring will cost the builder or installer precious time and money, he is adamant about limiting these issues that cut directly into profits. Doing it right the first time, learned by direct experience, benefits everyone.

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