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Retailer Spotlight: Nordic Kitchen and Baths

Randy Shaw

Cheryl Gerber Photograph

Building or renovating a kitchen or bath is one of the most important investments you will make in your home. These builds are undoubtedly the most costly projects that you will undertake in your home, but they can also be the most rewarding. Since 1995, Nordic Kitchens and Baths, Inc. has been helping its clients combine quality materials with good design to create upscale kitchens and baths. The business carries a complete line of appliances, cabinets, countertops, faucets and fixtures to add a touch of elegance to your kitchen or bathroom. The company also offers full kitchen and bath design services, including site inspection, schematics, working drawings and guidance in design and material selections. The staff and designers at Nordic Kitchens and Baths believe good design and high quality products will always inspire beauty and function. “We help clients build the kitchen or bath of their dreams,” says designer Randy Shaw.

Is there a job you are especially proud of and, if so, could you describe it for us? We do so many projects and we are proud of all the one-of-a-kind kitchens and baths we do. Our website’s design gallery shows the variety, quality and beauty of the work we do.

Are there any exciting projects you are working on that you would like to share? We are working on a 42-unit luxury warehouse project right now. Each one of the 42 kitchens is unique. It’s been so rewarding working with all the different clients to achieve the different and varied environments.

How does living in New Orleans influence your work? Like most New Orleanians, I love to cook and I love food. Good food and entertaining is so important to so many of our clients. My industry allows me to cater to these food enthusiasts, so even though I am just a weekend chef, I always keep in mind my love for cooking when I design kitchens for my clients.

Nordic Kitchens and Baths
1818 Veterans Blvd., Metairie

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