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COVID 19 SPECIAL BLOG: Working from Home: 8 Tips to Organize Your Kitchen

COVID 19 SPECIAL BLOG: Working from Home: 8 Tips to Organize Your Kitchen

In light of COVID 19, we understand many homeowners in Elkhart, Kosciusko, and St. Joseph County, Indiana are working from home. That’s a compelling reason to make sure that your home’s most important room – the kitchen – looks, operates and feels great. It’s easy to overlook kitchen clutter during the hustle and bustle of the average day when everyone in your family seems pulled in different directions. However, if you are spending most of your waking time at home, reorganizing and refreshing your kitchen not only will make you happier, it’s also likely to make you more productive.

Review and refresh how you use your kitchen. Do you need to take a deep dive into your refrigerator? Has your cutlery drawer become a tangled web of utensils that you rarely, if ever, use? Make a plan of attack to refresh your kitchen to help it function more effectively and simply make it more enjoyable to use and be in the space.

Clean out your fridge. Take everything out of your refrigerator and freezer, shelf by shelf. Throw out anything expired as well as anything that you haven’t used for more than three months. You know what we are talking about – that jar of pickles, jellies, salad dressing, etc.

Clean other appliances. Run your dishwasher with nothing in it. Rinse your waste disposer with white vinegar. Ten minutes later, pour boiling water down the drain. Then run your waste disposer with ice cubes and lemon rinds. Degrease your cooktop. Use the self-cleaning function on your oven. Empty the crumb tray on your toaster. Clean your microwave. Replace the filters on your coffee maker and refrigerator. Run only water through your coffee maker. Clean other countertop appliances used regularly.

Declutter drawers and cabinets. Tackle one drawer and cabinet at a time. Remove everything, and wipe down the drawer and/or shelves. Determine the contents that are used regularly, used rarely or not used at all. For the later, either dispose of those items or donate them to a charity. For rarely used items, e.g., the turkey roaster used only on Thanksgiving or Christmas, consider another location in your home to free up counter or cabinet space. Donate or toss duplicate items – how many peelers and melon ballers do you need? Inventory your knives. Sharpen those that you use frequently, and consider a new home for those that you rarely use.

Tackle the pantry. Pull out each item and ask, “how does this item make me feel?” If the response is not positive, either toss the item in the trash bin or donate it to a food bank. When you restock the pantry, replace items in a logical order. Put all canned goods together. Designate a separate area for baking ingredients, spices, grains, nuts, etc. Reorganizing your pantry by category not only will help you to eat healthier, but it will also save time for meal preparation and cooking. When you empty your pantry, it’s a perfect time to clean shelves and containers.

Take care of your sinks and faucets. Wash your sink and pay attention to joints and seals where grime can accumulate.

Clean countertops and open shelves. Take everything off your open shelves and countertops. Do a thorough curation. For each item, ask if this is something that you want to look at every day. If not, donate or relocate.

Don’t ignore windows, walls and floors. Vacuum your ceiling, walls and the floor. Wipe down walls and cabinet exteriors with dish soap and warm water. Send your window covers to a launderer or dry cleaner, or if they are washable, throw them in your washing machine.

If you would like additional tips and tricks for making your kitchen look, function and feel the best it can be, please give us a call at (574) 533-0597 or arrange for a virtual visit to our showroom. 2423 Peddlers Village Rd, Goshen, IN 46528

Taking The Stress Out of Your Michiana Kitchen Remodel

Taking The Stress Out of Your Michiana Kitchen Remodel

Budgeting Your Granger Kitchen Renovation

You have heard the horror stories from friends and neighbors in and around Granger, Indiana when their kitchen, bath or home remodel spun out of control. Perhaps it took twice as long as expected or it cost considerably more than budgeted. Ugh! More often than not, you can avoid most remodeling problems with proper preparation and realistic expectations. Those are two deliverables you should expect when you work with a professional designer and showroom.

Budget Realistically

Researching costs online and relying on home and garden television are recipes for disaster. While HGTV is a wonderfully useful source of inspiration and ideas, it is horrendously unreliable as a source for timing and budget. Have you ever noticed on home improvement television there’s an initial meeting and then work begins? What’s missing are the many hours needed to develop designs, select, order and quality control products, obtain permits (if required) and schedule labor. HGTV also fails to mention the cost of labor, and that can be more than 50% of the overall expense.

A professional designer and showroom is involved in hundreds of kitchen projects a year and knows what a remodel should cost. It would be best if you depended on your showroom professional to develop a realistic budget and timetable for your project. Even the best-laid plans can encounter the unexpected. That’s why we recommend to our clients in Michiana to budget a 20% contingency.

The Lowest Bid Rarely is the Lowest Cost

Homeowners in Granger and the surrounding region who believe that the lowest bid and the cheapest products will deliver the best results are the ones who almost always are disappointed with results.

Instead of the lowest cost, you should be looking to obtain the highest value. Value differs for each homeowner. Many of our clients who love to cook, want appliances that provide professional chef functionality. Other clients can’t live without quartz countertops and custom cabinets. In every phase of a kitchen remodel, there are value opportunities. That’s why it is critical to identify the design and product features that are most important to you and your family.  To do so, we recommend clients create idea books on Instagram, Houzz.com and other idea-generating websites.


Design Makes Huge Difference

Your new kitchen or bath should make you smile every time you cross the threshold. A professional designer can convert your vision into reality and provide a finished project that functions as well as it looks. That’s why the planning stage of a project is critical to a project’s success. It’s where we take a deep dive into the details that make all of the difference.

If you would like additional ideas to reduce the stress of your renovation project, please give us a call at (574) 533-0597 or visit our showroom at 2423 Peddlers Village Rd, Goshen, IN 46528.

How Do You Want Your New Kitchen to Feel?

How Do You Want Your New Kitchen to Feel?

We often ask our clients how they want their new kitchen or bath to feel when the project is complete. The question often catches our clients in Northern Indiana off guard. What we are trying to understand is what features of a new kitchen or bath will strike a resounding chord with our clients in Northern Indiana. A well-designed kitchen is not only functional and beautiful, but it also hits the mark emotionally. Outstanding design enables homeowners in Northern Indiana to make a personal statement that resonates with family and friends.

It is almost impossible to create a kitchen that combines superb functionality with beauty and emotional connection if you don’t rely on a kitchen design professional. Contractors may know how to install kitchens but rarely do they bring the same level of design expertise that is offered by a professional kitchen and bath showroom. You’ll know you are dealing with a pro that you can trust by the questions they ask. In our showroom, we want to know about our clients’ lifestyles, those who will be using the kitchen regularly and design preferences. You should feel confident that the designer you select to create the kitchen of your dreams truly understands interior spaces and how those spaces are to look, feel and function.

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Homeowners in Northern Indiana frequently ask what type of cabinets best suit their needs, preferences, and budgets. The answer almost always depends on the style of the home and the look and feel that the client wants to achieve. Your cabinet style should match your home’s decor. For homes with a modern or transitional style, we will often recommend frameless cabinets. Frameless cabinets are built without a face frame. They will have minimal space between the doors and drawers, which maximizes interior storage and drawer space. Frameless cabinets owe much of their popularity to the fact that they offer 10 to 15% more storage than framed cabinets.

Framed cabinets feature several pieces of wood that are fastened to the forward edge of the cabinet to create a frame literally. The inside part of the frame extends slightly past the inside edges of the box. The frame provides structural support for the cabinet. The doors and hinges of a framed cabinet attach to the face frame, allowing more stability for the box. However, framed cabinets have a smaller opening because the frame reduces the amount of available storage space inside the cabinet box than frameless counterparts.

Another common question related to cabinets is color. Recent industry surveys found that white continues to dominate kitchen cabinet colors, specified for more than 50% of new kitchens. However, we have seen a steady increase in clients who want to introduce color into their kitchens to create an aura and make a personal design statement.

Once cabinets are selected, we typically move onto countertop and backsplash selections. In her new book, The Perfect Kitchen, Barbara Sallick explains, “Cabinets always have tops and bottoms, and the counter is the connector. The process of layering both the countertop and the backsplash, which can be two completely different materials (and I often prefer them to be), is about the way they talk to each other.” Her point is well taken. Countertops and backsplashes need to connect.


We can help you make your kitchen feel like a million dollars. Give us a call at (574) 533-0597 or visit our showroom at 2423 Peddlers Village Rd, Goshen, IN 46528 to learn how you can make your dream a reality.

Planning The Budget For Your Next Home Renovation

Planning The Budget For Your Next Home Renovation

Budgeting Your Granger Kitchen Renovation

Expect the Unexpected & Budget For It

Don’t you wish you had Superman’s X-Ray vision? To my knowledge, only x-ray inspection services like those offered by CXR Company in Warsaw, Indiana can see through solid objects.

Unfortunately, that means neither you nor Leatherman Supply knows what lies behind walls, underneath floors or above ceilings until the demolition and reconstruction process being.

Prior to starting any home remodeling project, it is a good idea to consider how old your home is and when the last time it was renovated.

Homes that are 20 to 50 or more years old may not have the electrical, mechanical or plumbing infrastructure that meets current day codes.

That’s why it is so important to partner with a designer and contractor that have the proper experiences, licenses, insurance and references to deal with the unexpected and deliver the quality that you expect and deserve.

A couple of contractors we enjoy working with are Town & Country Builders and Helman Sechrist.




We always encourage Leatherman’s clients to add a contingency to their budget for the unexpected.

The best thing that can happen is that you don’t have to spend it or better yet you can use those funds to upgrade quality and increase value.

Despite the unlimited access to online renovation information, it’s not easy to accurately budget for a new kitchen or bath.

For example, if you visited the Houzz.com website to search for farmhouse sinks, your search would deliver more than 77,000 results, with prices ranging from $150 to more than $5,000.

How could anyone know which farmhouse sink would be the perfect fit among 77,000+ options?

Budgeting is made even more difficult by home improvement television.

HGTV, DYI and other networks do not produce documentaries on the topic.

They are in the entertainment business. As such, many times, the budgets quoted for kitchen, bath and home renovation projects do not include the cost of labor, which can account for more than 50% of the budget, depending on the nature and scope of the project.

Home improvement television is an excellent source of inspiration, but an unreliable and inaccurate resource for budgeting and scheduling.




Most homeowners in Northern Indiana renovate their kitchens and bathrooms when they have become outdated, when they want them to function differently, when existing fixtures are either damaged, broken or don’t work effectively and when they have the financial means to do so.

The decision to renovate does not occur on the spur of the moment either.

Almost all of the homeowners in Northern Indiana that we help to create their dream kitchens and baths, spend months performing independent research and making sure they have the financial means to get what they want.

Some target spending based on tax return estimates.

Others have expendable bonus or investment income.

These findings typically help determine which projects to undertake.


Once you decide what project you wish to tackle, the next question is whether you have the money.

If you’re paying cash, that’s easy to answer.

But if you’re borrowing, you need to assess how much a bank will lend you and what that loan will add to your monthly expenses.

There are three basic types of loan options:

  • A cash-out refinance
  • A home equity loan
  • A home equity line of credit (HELOC)

According to Realtor.com’s Houselogic:

For the vast majority of homeowners, the best way to borrow for a home improvement is a home equity line of credit. A HELOC is a loan that’s secured by your home equity, which means that it qualifies for a lower rate than other loan types, and you can deduct the interest on your taxes.

We will discuss taxes benefits later on. For now, let’s focus on setting a budget.

The first step in keeping a project on budget is to develop a budget that is realistic during the planning phase of a project.Leatherman Supply BKBG Budget GuidecoverHere are the keys to developing a realistic budget:

  • Work with professionals, like Leatherman Supply, who know what they are doing and pick their brains to uncover what will work best for you and your home. Experienced showroom professionals know manufacturer track records for order fulfillment, customization capabilities, customer service and warranty backing.


  • Determine what is most important to you in your new kitchen or bath. Prioritization becomes easier when you consider who will use the space, how often and for what purposes. We have several clients in Northern Indiana who love to cook and entertain and want their kitchen not only to be a showplace but also to have the same functionality as a commercial kitchen. For the kitchen trends, check-out the blog we produced last month.


  • Make sure that a professional measures the space. The dimensions of the room enable experienced designers to recommend specific areas for appliances, countertops, sinks, fixtures, windows, etc. that work in concert with one another. You don’t want cabinet doors hitting countertops or anything else. You don’t want your island to impede the opening of a dishwasher. Accurate measurement of your space also helps showroom professionals recommend storage solutions that make your new kitchen function as well, if not better, as it looks.


  • Develop a comprehensive, tight plan and stick to it. Changing your plans, design and products after construction begins usually causes budgets to blow up.

Where to slurge on a remodel

Where to Splurge?

The greatest financial and functional value is derived from cabinetry and appliances.

If you love to cook, splurge on a professional range made for the home.

If you like to entertain lots of family and friends, consider a second dishwasher if space permits. There are certain appliance brands that have cache that can increase the resale value of your home.

Splurge on quality items that you will use every day. The kitchen faucet and sink are the most used appliance in the home. Do you really want to cut corners on those items? Cabinets fall into the same category – you use them every day and they can also bring additional value to your home. Storage is another investment that yields generous benefits not only from a functional perspective but also for resale value because it makes cooking, cleaning and using your kitchen a lot easier.

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Saving Opportunities

There are opportunities to achieve the look you want without breaking your budget. You can value-engineer items such as window coverings, tile and backsplashes. You may also repurpose items from other parts of your home to use in the kitchen. If you’d like additional guidance to establish your budget and priorities for your kitchen renovation, check-out our buyer’s guides.

Determine if you need to reconfigure the space or can use your existing or part of your existing infrastructure as is. Having to move and reconfigure plumbing, electrical, ductwork, ventilation and structural support will dramatically affect a budget.

A note of caution: Depending on the age of your home and the scope of your project, some unexpected changes may be required to ensure that your new kitchen or bath meets the requirements of your local building code.

According to HomeAdvisor, the average cost of renovating a home that is less than 1,000 square feet is $18,347. For homes in the 3,000 to 4,000 square foot range, the average cost climbs to $36,121. Renovations made to an older home tend to cost more than a newer one, especially if the wiring, plumbing and other features aren’t up to code.

Budget Dumpsters offers an article featuring common house coding violations. Check it out.

Budgeting Tools

Here are a few budget tools to help make your life and renovation project budget process simpler:

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Advantages the New Tax Law Creates for Renovating Your Kitchen or Bath


April 17 is around the corner and we realize that many of our existing and future clients will be submitting their 2018 tax returns. Let us review the impact of the new 2018 tax law on making improvements to your home.

The amount of tax that Americans pay is based on the amount of income that they earn from their employment, investments and other sources less permitted deductions and tax credits.

Tax credits reduce tax liabilities.

Common credits include the child tax credit, which doubled to $2,000 per child under 17 with the new tax law and can be taken by single parents who make up to $200,000 and married couples whose income is less than $400,000.

A $2,000 tax credit will reduce your tax liability by $2,000 and save you $2,000 in taxes.



By comparison, a tax deduction lowers taxable income to an amount equal to your marginal tax bracket.

If you are in the 32 percent federal income tax bracket and you are entitled to a $1,000 tax deduction, your tax bill would be reduced by $320 (0.32 x $1,000 = $320).

How you finance renovating an existing kitchen or bath will have different tax consequences in 2018 and beyond.

The Internal Revenue Service recently posted on www.IRS.gov that homeowners can deduct interest on home equity lines of credit and equity mortgages provided the funds are used to purchase a home or to repair or improve the property.

That means if you use a home equity line of credit or second mortgage to pay for your new kitchen or bath remodel, you can deduct the interest payments on those loans up to a certain limit.

The new tax law caps interest on loans up to $750,000 for married couples and $375,000 for singles.

If the combined home equity and initial mortgage loan exceed those limits, interest paid above those amounts is not deductible.


If you fund renovations from savings, you most likely will not receive immediate tax benefits, because using savings does not provide an immediate deduction.

However, those funds are factored into the value of your home when it is sold.

When a home is sold, the IRS requires sellers to pay taxes on the difference in the original price owners paid for the home and the sale price of the home.

The amount of tax you pay depends on how long you have owned the home and if you are single or married and file a joint return.

If you owned the home for five years and lived in it as your principal residence for two of the five years, you can exclude $250,000 of the profit from capital gains taxes if you are single and $500,000 in profit from taxes if you are married filing a joint return.

However, improvements you have made to your home that increase the home’s value substantially while you have owned it can reduce your tax exposure even more.

If you purchased your home in 1980 for $200,000, spent $50,000 renovating your kitchen in 2018 and $30,000 renovating your master bath in 2019, then the basis of your original purchase price for tax purposes would be $280,000.

IRS will only allow you to increase the cost basis of your home if the improvement adds substantial value such as new kitchens and bathrooms, additional rooms, new roofs, etc.

Check with your tax professional to determine which improvements would help raise the base of your home.




Additional tax benefits of owning a home and making improvements to it include the right to deduct the amount of interest you pay on both original mortgages and home improvement loans (or equity lines of credit).

Real estate taxes also may be deductible up to a limit of $10,000.

When you are considering a new kitchen or bath, do not overlook the potential tax benefits associated with making substantial improvements to your home or the ability to deduct interest on a home improvement loan.

More important than a possible tax benefit is a new kitchen and bath make your life easier, more enjoyable and rewarding. That’s priceless.

We would welcome the opportunity to show you how to make your dreams a reality by giving us a call at please give us a call at (574) 533-0597.

Please note, consult a qualified tax expert before taking any action on the guidance in this blog.


Plan, plan, plan when it comes to budgeting. However, also plan for the unexpected.

It is always encouraged to have a contingency added to your budget in order to plan for the unexpected.

The best that can happen is you don’t utilize it or you upgrade a few items to increase quality, value, and return on investment.

Ask your showroom professional for cost-saving ideas.

Tile manufacturers now produce slabs that look and feel like stone and floor coverings that resemble hardwood. Avoid the temptation to be pennywise and dollar foolish.

As tempting as it might be to want to reuse your faucet or sinks, don’t.

Older fixtures are environmentally inefficient compared to today’s offerings and won’t provide nearly the same functionality, look or feel.

Plus, keeping existing components defeats the purpose of renovating your new kitchen.

What is a realistic budget for your new kitchen or bath? We can help you develop one!

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Call us at please give us a call at (574) 533-0597, or visit our showroom at 2423 Peddlers Village Rd, Goshen, IN 46528.

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Kitchen Remodel Trends Revealed for 2020 in Michiana

Kitchen Remodel Trends Revealed for 2020 in Michiana


At Leatherman Supply, we love it when homeowners visit our showroom; especially for a kitchen remodel. Whether they come from as far as Granger, Indiana, or they reside here in Goshen, we make certain to listen and ask the right questions.  In fact, during their visit to our showroom, we spend a lot of time finding answers to questions that only experienced kitchen remodel designers know to ask. One of those kitchen remodeling considerations is where to locate the sink or sinks in a new kitchen. That’s right! Sinks.

Multiple Kitchen Sinks on the Rise

According to a recent survey conducted by Houzz.com, the number of sinks in a kitchen is trending upward. The study consisted of 2,600 individuals who completed a kitchen remodel in 2019 or planned to undertake one in the next three months, of which a surprising 74% replied they would like to feature multiple sinks in their kitchen.

Of the group, only 31% already had multiple sinks in their kitchen. The study also showed the number of sinks is contingent on the size of the kitchen and its intended uses.

Homeowners that entertain frequently relish the opportunity to have more than one sink (and in many cases more than one dishwasher) in their dream kitchen.

Leatherman Supply’s experience in working directly with homeowners, as well as, home remodelers suggest most homeowners opt to place the main sink below a window that gives them visibility to the outdoors and mother nature.

Typically, a second smaller prep sink is placed on an island whose countertop space is used most often for meal preparation.

An ancillary benefit of placing a sink on an island is that it enables the homeowners to face its guests while entertaining or watch children while preparing meals.

Trust me, both options are a favorite of our clients and their guests. We typically recommend that the main sink used for cleanup and a dishwasher be placed next to one another.

This makes it easy to load and unload the dishwasher. We like to put the recycling and garbage bins in a custom pullout cabinet on the other side of the sink, making it easy to clean up.  Another area the survey focused heavily on was style.

Kitchen Remodel Style Trends

A large majority of homeowners (85%) change the style of their kitchen when they renovate.

According to the Houzz.com study, in 2019, transitional was the most popular style selected by 21% of the homeowners. This style was followed by contemporary (16%), modern (15%) and traditional style (11%). Transitional cabinets, fixtures, and other kitchen staples combine both traditional and contemporary styles.

Transitional has been the most favored décor style for three years running, as found within the Houzz.com survey.

Surprisingly, Farmhouse kitchens are not as popular as the prior two years. Only 11% of homeowners opted for a farmhouse kitchen according to survey respondents. This was a decline from 14% in 2018 and 12% in 2017. One thing that is evident about kitchen remodels is that while styles change, kitchen cabinets are always in the mix.

Kitchen Cabinets are King

Cabinets are and have been the number one choice for upgrading during a dream kitchen renovation.

Over 93% of homeowners reported upgrading cabinets as part of their kitchen renovation with 68% opting to replace all of their home’s cabinets.

When it comes to kitchen cabinets, we at Leatherman Supply like to believe we offer the best solutions.

Custom Mouser Cabinets

Fully Custom Kitchen Cabinets

When creating the perfect kitchen, one that is 100% custom in design and requires the utmost elegance, Leatherman Supply offers Mouser Cabinetry. Their selection of custom cabinets features unlimited options in:

  • cabinet size,
  • door styles,
  • colors,
  • finishes, and
  • custom spaces.

Coupled with our promise to help you “See It Through”, replacing your current kitchen cabinets with a dream design and fully custom kitchen cabinets is easily achieved at Leatherman Supply. Of course, many homeowners are not in a position to go with a 100% custom kitchen cabinet remodel. In those cases, we offer a slightly different, but, still high-end and classy solution. Semi-custom kitchen cabinets.

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Leatherman supply proudly works with Wellborn Cabinetry. Wellborn’s Premier Series meets the high fashion desires of homeowners while meeting the dependable quality standards required by Leatherman Supply.

They feature:
  • over 30,000 door styles and finish combinations
  • extensive selection of stains, paints with glaze and finish technique options
  • overlay door profiles with traditional, transitional and contemporary styling
  • standard furniture board cabinet construction and plywood options
  • ¾” wood dovetail drawer standard for durability
  • soft close drawer slides
  • lifetime limited warranty

As you can clearly see Wellborn’s broad selection of sizes, door styles, colors and finishes is a perfect solution for semi-custom cabinetry. When a homeowner or property manager is simply looking for great quality kitchen cabinets, Leatherman Supply has an excellent alternative, stock kitchen cabinets.

Wellborn’s Home Concepts line of stock cabinets offer a limited selection of sizes, door styles, and finishes to get even the smallest projects done.

Now, while there are many options available to customize kitchen cabinets, one trend continues to dominate nearly half of all kitchen renovations. The color white.

White Remains Number One

The Houzz.com study found that white kitchen cabinets continue to reign atop of the color heap in kitchen renovations with 45% of homeowners selecting white cabinets for their new kitchens. Wood-tone cabinets were the second most popular cabinet option (22%) followed by gray as the third most popular color choice.

Leatherman Supply’s in-house statistics likewise show white is a top color. However, it is not always tied to cabinets. A recent homeowner in the Blackstone Community in Nappanee simply replaced their countertop with Cambria’s Summerhill Quartz.

This enhanced an 12 year old kitchen, that already had walnut custom cabinets and chestnut hardwood floors, but needed a lightened up space.



Shake, Shake, Shaker Style Kitchen Cabinet Doors

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Another trend found within the study was that more than six in 10 homeowners selected a Shaker-style door front for their new kitchens.

Lastly, the report showed specialty storage spaces are extremely popular. Below are a few recent kitchen storage space creations Leatherman Supply has helped design to craft the perfect kitchen for it customers.

Specialty Storage Draws A Crowd

A well-designed kitchen is an organized kitchen and increasingly homeowners in the Houzz survey and our clients in Michiana appreciate the benefits of drawer and cabinet organizers.

Cookie sheet or tray organizers were most popular, selected by 50% of homeowners upgrading their cabinets. 63% of homeowners selected drawers with pull out waste and/or recycling drawers. Lazy Susans were also popular organizers picked by 40% of homeowners renovating their kitchens. Another 36% of remodelers featured pullout or swing-out drawers.

Nearly half of homeowners that renovated their kitchen upgraded their pantry.


There are a lot of trends to be aware of; What’s the right style, cabinet color, door front and organization tools for your dream kitchen?

What are the best locations for the sinks in your new kitchen?

Fortunately, Leatherman Supply keeps up with these trends and creates a few of our own.

Call our showroom at (574) 533-0597 or visit us at, 2423 Peddlers Village Road, Goshen, IN 46528 to find the perfect sinks and their locations for your new dream kitchen.

You may also schedule and appointment online. You have a dream kitchen remodel. Let us help you to “See It Through”!