WHAT'S NEW . . .

The expansion of our downtown Bozeman showroom is almost finished! This showroom features plumbing and hardware, along with other finishes. It will be open to the public within the next week. Make sure to stop by and check it out!
This month we want to talk about the kitchen remodel - love them or hate them there is a lot that goes into planning your perfect dream kitchen. We want to talk about a couple of things that are an investment, but a good one at that. 
Family owned since 1893 Plato Woodwork has earned its reputation as one of America's preeminent fine custom cabinetry manufacturers. In a world where details make the masterpiece, Plato has proven to be the master of detail for every room in your home. With a vision for beauty and a passion for excellence, Plato is the intelligent choice in beautiful custom cabinetry. Cabinetry is one thing you will want to invest in when considering a kitchen remodel. Plato is one of those manufacturers who will make your investment all worth it. Check out their product lines to see which one is right for your kitchen remodel. 

Sub-Zero Wolf
Sub-Zero has been the leader in refrigeration since 1945, and they don't plan on stopping any time soon. They have over 70 years of innovation behind them, and that's what makes them such a great investment when remodeling your kitchen. Their products are built and assembled in their American facilities, where they are sure to control every step of the manufacturing process. They are innovators and doers. They have never stopped searching for ways to keep food as fresh and delicious as it can be. And at last, their designs are pioneered from function. Sub-Zero will surely not disappoint you. 

There are a couple of things you can do to get the most out of your kitchen remodel; we are talking about the little details. We are here to touch on those things to help your kitchen remodel be successful. 

Classic Brass
Apres Collection
We talked about investing in your cabinetry now lets talk about a brand we can count on to add that extra spark to that cabinetry. Classic Brass was founded in 1996 and coined as the first manufacturing company of handcrafted, traditional solid brass hardware established in the United States since 1946. They take pride in being leaders of handcrafting high-quality, solid brass hardware. Their finishes are second to none with eight different finishing processes. Classic Brass is able to provide virtually any finish you desire. Pictured pulls are Satin Nickel x Matte Black split finish.

Hudson Valley Lighting
Another important finishing touch with any kitchen remodel is lighting. Lighting can make or break a room - so when you are doing a remodel you want to do it right. Hudson Valley Lighting is one of those companies that do it right. They have everything you could dream of for your kitchen space. They combine modern, classic, contemporary, industrial - you name it. Their timeless designs meet classic cool and work well in any space. When you place one of their lights in your room you will feel the difference.

LET'S TALK . . .
Kitchen Remodels

Spring is just around the corner and that means that thoughts of remodeling are in full swing. This time we are want to talk about kitchen remodels. They have the potential to get overwhelming very quickly, but we want to walk you through a couple of things that could help the process go smoothly.

The Facts
...it can get messy, really quick.
It's no secret that remodeling a kitchen can bring a lot, and we mean...a lot of stress. The first step to avoiding a remodel disaster is developing a realistic timeline of events and sticking to it. The designing, ordering, and install process times can all vary, but being in constant contact with all the hands that touch your remodel (designers, installers, etc.) can help avoid some of the disasters of getting behind schedule. In the blog this month we talk more about timelines and how long you should usually plan for. Check it out.

 ...the why
When you are doing a kitchen remodel you are probably taking on this feat for a good reason. Chances are you aren't happy with what your current kitchen looks like. Maybe the layout isn't working, or the cabinets are outdated, perhaps it's all just stuck in the '60s. Depending on what you are looking to replace it may be the best idea to invest in the things that matter. Spending more on quality materials will go a long way. Things like cabinets, appliances, and lighting are on the top of that list. Head over to the blog to read more about investing in the things that matter when you are doing a remodel.

Bryan started working at Earth Elements as a Field Manager. On top of that, he acts as the jack of all trades for the Jackson Hole showroom. Bryan moved to Jackson Hole in 2015 from Vermont to pursue a career in the Carpentry business. Bryan will be attending Montana State University in Bozeman, MT soon. He plans to finish with a versatile Construction Engineering Technology degree to achieve his goals. Although he is working in Jackson now, when he moves to Bozeman he will continue to work for Earth Elements. Bryan wants to provide clients with grade A service to make dreams become a reality. While not at work, Bryan is studying his trade so he can make a significant impact within Earth Elements. You'll find Bryan in the workshop working on numerous side projects, with plans on starting a small construction business in the future. In his free time, he enjoys camping, hiking, river rafting, and snowboarding to name a few. 

Anne recently joined the Earth Elements team as the Human Resources Manager. Anne comes from 20+ years of HR experience. Most, if not all, of her experience in the past, has been in hospitality. Anne is originally from Atlanta, Georgia but has moved around quite a bit both for leisure and work. She has traveled in Europe and lived in 10 states. After moving around, she found herself in Montana after marrying a high school sweetheart. She’s been in Bozeman now for almost three years and enjoys all it has to offer. Since moving here, she has taken up skiing, hiking, and camping. She also enjoys exploring new restaurants. Her favorites are Blackbird and Barley & Vine. When she isn't doing something outdoors, or eating at a restaurant downtown she is keeping busy with her 2-year-old Griffon puppy, Piper. 
We'd love for you to stop in at our showrooms in Gallatin Gateway, Bozeman, Jackson, Whitefish, or Sun Valley, to say hello. You can also follow us on our social media platforms below, and remember to check out our new website !
Until next time,
Earth Elements Team
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