Since 2000, the expert interior designers at Kitchen & Bath Showcase have transformed kitchens and baths throughout the Black Hills into customized, functional spaces that our clients love. Witness firsthand the design skills of our interior design staff by viewing our portfolio, and then schedule a consultation to see how we can help you create the kitchen and bath of your dreams!


Master Closet with High Function

An Organizer Direct system offers customizable storage space to meet every need on the list.

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Busy Family-Approved Kitchen

We created a wide-open workspace for easy accessibility and flow, a clean-up zone that's close to the eating area, and a cooking zone in the corner that offers plenty of room for the family to work together and still have space to move! The center island offers dramatic contrast, as well as an abundance of workspace and storage. It also has an easy drop-off space for the refrigerator and pantry.

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His and Her Dream Bathroom Remodel

The primary goal of this bathroom remodel was a European loft look; striving for maximum impact in a small space. Clean simple lines were used to make sure every inch of space was utilized in the best possible way.

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Duel Design/Function – Office & Guest Room

Organizer Direct Systems offer customizable storage space to meet every need on your list.

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Small Space, Big Style

This small space had to have maximum storage and impact!

Each cabinet had a specific purpose, which is especially important in a smaller space. This kitchen used Crystal Frameless Cabinet Focus doors with Oyster Bay finish, a Cambria Quartz countertop in Menia to add sparkle, drama, and a classic look. This coupled with the black palette, and a multi-color backsplash adds visual interest and texture to the space.

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European, Old World Style Kitchen

BEFORE – When remodeling a kitchen, Merri Stratman of Kitchen & Bath Showcase, likes to reach for the sky. However, for this project, the ceiling of the clients' kitchen was literally closing in on their heads: Due to roof line constraints, there was a dropped ceiling in the corner of the kitchen. Stratman's biggest challenge was being able to expand the kitchen while finding balance and symmetry despite the room's structural restrictions.

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