Acadian House Kitchen & Bath Design

Acadian House Kitchen & Bath Design

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  • Acadian House Kitchen & Bath wins Best of Houzz 2017

    We’re so excited to announce that we have been awarded the “Best of Houzz 2017” award for customer service. Here’s the official press release: Acadian House Kitchen & Bath of Baton Rouge Awarded “Best of Houzz 2017” Over 40 Million Monthly Unique Users Nominated Best...

  • Going Green: Pantone Chooses Greenery as 2017 Color of the Year

    For the past 17 years color management company, Pantone Color Institute, has held a secret color conclave where presentations and great debates have determined the Color of the Year. Recently, Pantone announced its Color of the Year for 2017, a vibrant spring-foliage hue called Greenery....

Acadian House Kitchen & Bath Design

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  • Rebuilding or Renovating – Tips for Tackling a Huge Project

    At Acadian House, our professionals are used to giving advice on home renovations, but with the recent flooding we are going through the rebuilding process ourselves as well. It can be an overwhelming task. We’d like to share some tips on how to tackle the...

  • DESIGNER TIP: Adele Merchant on Complementary Cabinets

    By Christina Leo, InRegister, October 2016 Many kitchens in the Baton Rouge area have been left with only their upper cabinets and tile floors after the devastation of the flood. For homeowners looking for a fresh start, Adele Merchant of Acadian House Kitchen & Bath Design has some...

  • Rebuilding Baton Rouge: Focus Shifts from Cleanup to Construction (InRegsiter)

    For hours, Kristie Overstreet and her family carried what they could upstairs: picture frames, small pieces of furniture, rugs, books, family heirlooms. They emptied under beds, picked up closet floors and stacked chairs on countertops to keep as much as possible safe from the water...

Acadian House Kitchen & Bath Design

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Acadian House Kitchen & Bath Design

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