Jack Demshack and Brittany Feldt
Jack Demshack, the owner of Kitchens, Baths & Beyond in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, knows how important it is to create comfortable, inviting spaces for his customers, and his goal is to make it a fun process. He and Brittany Feldt, who has worked alongside him since 2012, joined their own unique talents to collaborate together on this project. In the two and a half years they’ve been using Tru Cabinetry, they have grown to love our easy design program and the fact that they are able to offer their customers a custom look at a semi-custom price.
Classic Details —
Updates and Function in South Carolina
The residents of this South Carolina home knew they wanted something different, maybe even a little eclectic, when they set out to update and add functional storage options to their kitchen. They were planning to keep their existing wood-look floor tile, so the kitchen layout wasn’t going to change. Designer Jack Demshack, owner of Kitchens, Baths & Beyond in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, and colleague Brittany Feldt knew Tru Cabinetry’s custom widths, which come in 1.5-inch increments instead of the common 3-inch increments, and quick lead time would literally be the perfect fit when sticking with an existing floor plan.
Our Forsyth door style in oak, painted Willow with a Russet glaze, is the perfect combination for a unique kitchen. Pebble Beach quartz countertops and oil-rubbed bronze hardware complete the look.
Decorative legs that anchor the professional cooktop appear to be strictly a design element. In reality, they slide out and hide integrated spice rack pullouts, a feature that adds convenience and functionality when cooking.
A custom wine rack on the back side of the sink was the perfect element to fill an area that would have otherwise been an empty pocket of wasted space.
A decorative mantel hood and crown molding help this kitchen maintain a classic look, but the driftwood tile backsplash that extends to the ceiling gives a bit of an unconventional, modern vibe.