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CKBR is Complete Kitchen and Bath Remodeling your leading Phoenix remodeling company.

We are the premier remodeling company capable of completing any size remodeling job with quality craftsmanship and professional work. CKBR specializes in quality residential kitchen and bathroom remodeling, as well as media rooms, additions, and major home renovations. CKBR services the entire Phoenix area and the surrounding areas of Phoenix, AZ. CKBR uses state of the art computer rendering technology to create custom computer generated drawings for all of our custom remodeling jobs. If you are having trouble deciding the design for your project, we have an extensive showroom floor to get ideas for remodel designs and fixtures as well. A major key to your success and satisfaction are the employees who work for CKBR. Many of our employees have been with us for many years and our management team has over 50 years combined experience in the Phoenix remodeling industry. We take pride in the personal relationship we have with our customers. From the start of the consultation to the completion of the job, we ensure that our customers receive excellent personalized Phoenix remodeling services. Please call us today at 602-438-6638 to schedule your free in home consultations with one of remodeling specialist.

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How to Add a Media Wall to Your Home

One of the great American pastimes is gathering around the television.  Whether you’re cheering on your favorite sports team, watching the big season finale of this year’s must-see show, or catching an old beloved film, adding a media wall to your home can be a wonderful way to enhance the experience.  Read on for our favorite ideas on incorporating a media wall. #1: Add a Closet Behind Your Media Wall Using the space behind the wall that houses your TV is a great way to keep cords and other remotely controlled items out of sight, adding a sleek, modern vibe to your room.  Adding a closet allows you to easily access anything you need to while keeping it out of the way the rest of the time. #2: Use Backlighting to Accentuate Your Media Wall Backlighting is a great way to enhance your TV viewing experience.  Having color-changing lights to shine on the space behind the TV adds to the mood and makes the viewing experience easier on your eyes — plus it just looks cool! #3: Add Built-In Storage to Your Media Wall Even if you mostly stream your TV and movies these days, chances are you probably still have a small collection of DVDs or Blu-rays that need to be stored.  Ground-level cabinets can also serve as a storage area for kids’ toys, board games or even books.  Let’s face it: extra storage is never a bad idea. #4: Make Your Media Wall a Statement Wall The wall behind your TV can be a great place for a pop of color or a swath of modern wallpaper.... read more

Our Favorite Kitchen Storage Ideas

If it seems like you never have enough storage in your kitchen, then you’re not alone.  A quick google tells you people are always looking for new and unique ways to increase their kitchen storage — but so many of them are gimmicks.  Here are our favorite tried and true ways to increase kitchen storage with staying power! Crockery/Plate Drawer It’s a classic solution that will never go out of style.  If you haven’t seen one of these in person, it’s a deep drawer with adjustable pegs for storing plates, bowls, any sort of stackable dinnerware.  This saves you from having to lift heavy dinner plates up into higher cabinets.  Crockery or Plate Drawers also allow you to adjust their locations in the drawer while keeping them where they belong with pegs. Pull-Out Drawers in Cabinets Having a deep cabinet for storage is great, but it doesn’t do you much good if the stuff in the back never sees the light of day.  Solve this problem by installing pull-out drawers.  This allows you to make actual use of the space at the back of your cabinets! Use Your Walls Whether you go with a classic pegboard installation or with sleek, modern rails, there’s no wrong way to use your walls to add storage to your kitchen.  You can hang up pots and pans that would otherwise take up an awkward amount space in drawers or cabinets.  And you can even hang up containers to store kitchen tools and gadgets.  If it’s good enough for Julia Child, we think it’s good enough for everyone! Rolling Cabinet/Cart A rolling cabinet is... read more