Hunt’s Kitchen and Design is a one-stop-shop for all your kitchen and bathroom creation and remodeling needs. Our showroom is located in the heart of Scottsdale, Arizona. By visiting our kitchen showroom you can visualize all the possibilities for your new kitchen or bathroom—from cabinetry, countertops, islands, lighting, and flooring. Once you’ve browsed our showroom for inspiration we can schedule a one-on-one consultation to provide you a roadmap to the kitchen or bathroom of your dreams—with your budget in mind. Since we partner with the largest cabinet and countertop manufacturers in the country we have a full tool box to choose from when it comes to creating a new kitchen or bathroom that will exceed your expectations.
With us the quality and experience will far exceed what you pay.
Beyond Just a Showroom
Where inspiration meets creation
Our Scottsdale showroom isn’t just a place to browse, it’s also our creative studio. This allows us to get right to work after discussing the plans for your new kitchen and make it a reality; well, first we’ll develop it as a VR (virtual reality). Before finalizing the plans for your new kitchen you’ll be able to tour it through a virtual walkthrough. This allows you to get the feel for what your new kitchen or bathroom will look like when it’s completed. You’ll be virtually walking through your potential new kitchen to try it on for size before finalizing the design plans. This avoids any surprises and allows you to make changes to your kitchen or bathroom without picking up a hammer. At Hunt’s Kitchen & Design we’ll make sure you love your new space before your blueprints have been finalized.
Custom or Stock We’ve Got the Perfect Solution
Endless options to meet your budget
Sometimes your project requires more than just stock cabinetry. As a result, our Scottsdale kitchen and bath showroom is also the location of our workshop. This is where we can assemble cabinetry unique to your décor preferences and fit even the most difficult spaces.
If you only have $5,000 to spend, we’ll make it look like you’ve spent $15,000.
Family Owned & Operated
We’ve provided Phoenix with 100s of unique kitchens and bathrooms over the years. Our approach has always been the same; family oriented, working one-on-one directly with us, the owners.
Creating a new space in your home is personal, it should be approached as such. When you choose us for your remodeling project, you gain a partner to navigate every challenge of creating a space in your home you’ve always dreamed of. From conception to creation we’ll have your full interest and vision in mind. No hourly paid employees, no runarounds, no buck-passing—we look forward to working with you.
Remodeling your home is a very personal thing, and when people come into our showroom, we want them to feel like they’re entering into their own personal design studio.
Designs by Jeff & Josh Hunt
The Arabian Green Project
Beautiful white on white kitchen. Great example of “Transitional” design. Here’s why: Painted white, recessed panel kitchen & island cabinets. The counter tops are granite, the floors are a “wood plank” porcelain, and the backsplash is a 4×8 ceramic subway tile with darker grout lines. The final result is a timeless “Transitional” look. Enjoy!
Val Vista Lakes Project
Beautiful traditional kitchen & bath in Val Vista Lakes. Stained wood cabinets with contrasting cream island. Granite counter tops, travertine backsplash and bamboo floors.
Historical District Project
Galley kitchen, transitional design…what did we use? Check it:
White shaker cabinets built above a 12×24 earth tone porcelain tile. The counter tops are a bright white quartz (Cesar or Silestone both work), and the backsplash is shark belly gray 4×8 tiles and a glass pattern behind the cooktop as an accent. Speaking of the cooktop, the hood is stainless steel as are all of the appliances. This design was the perfect solution to a small galley kitchen in the heart of the historical district in Phoenix. Enjoy!
Beautiful “Transitional” design using a white on white cabinetry look with a different door style for the island. The kitchen uses a painted white, raised panel cabinet, while the island is white Shaker. The counter tops are a group 5 granite…we wanted something unique. The kitchen backsplash is a 3×6 ceramic subway tile, but the peninsula is wrapped in a brick laid travertine which to with the travertine floors. Stainless steel appliances finish off the look. Enjoy!