Kitchen Remodeler in Maryland Wins Two NKBA Awards

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Jack Rosen Custom Kitchens, a kitchen design company located in Rockville, Maryland, recently won two awards from the NKBA (National Kitchen & Bath Association).

Jack Rosen Custom Kitchens, a Maryland kitchen remodeler, won two 2012 NKBA awards. One award was for a contemporary kitchen design in Potomac; the other was for a traditional kitchen design in Annapolis. Both custom kitchens cater to the homeowners’ unique needs, lifestyle and design preferences.

The modern kitchen design features stainless steel appliances (including double ovens), a large island, environmentally-friendly engineered wood veneer cabinet fronts and more. The client wanted more countertop space and a clutter-free kitchen, and they wanted to a more contemporary look for their traditional space.

The traditional kitchen design includes dark wood floors, a stainless steel double-door refrigerator, white cabinetry, and a peninsula with a prep sink, small dishwasher and comfortable bar seating. The client wanted a stylish, elegant space with enough seating for a five-person family that entertains frequently, as well as maximized storage and countertops.

“In both cases, we had the benefit of working with clients who allowed us to be creative. We also have great custom cabinet lines with the capabilities of manufacturing attractive products to accommodate our designs,” said President Larry Rosen, CKD.

Jack Rosen specializes in custom kitchens and has won multiple awards for kitchen designs they have completed throughout the Maryland, Northern Virginia and Washington, DC area. On their website, you can find more information about the Potomac and Annapolis award-winning kitchen designs.

For nearly 30 years, Jack Rosen has been designing kitchens for homeowners’ remodeling projects in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC. To learn more, call them at 301-984-9484 or visit their website,

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