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Thank You for a Successful Year

December 21, 2021

As 2021 comes to a close, we can’t help but look back on this year, and we’d like to show our gratitude to everyone who made it a success. Coming off one of the hardest years we’ve ever encountered, our team, our vendors and our clients all helped make 2021 a year that makes us very proud.

Toys for Tots 2021

Hatchett Design Remodel recently wrapped up our annual Toys for Tots drive, and we thank all who contributed. It warms our hearts to see how our team members and clients rallied together to make Christmas wishes come true for so many kids in our community. Your generosity is appreciated more than you know.

Expanding Our Family of Vendors
It’s not news that COVID-19 brought many challenges to all industries. Thanks to our incredibly resourceful and resilient team, we were able to adapt quickly and continue building beautiful renovations for homeowners throughout Hampton Roads.
As we encountered supply chain challenges, Hatchett Design Remodel expanded our family of vendors to help shorten lead times and complete projects in a timely manner. Cabinets are an essential part of remodeling both kitchens and bathrooms, and we are grateful to all of our cabinet vendors for the quality cabinetry they supply as quickly as they can. This year we added Urban Effects frameless cabinets as well as Mantra Cabinets that were featured in a recent blog about the Vincent’s remodeled kitchen.

The Vincent’s Remodeled Kitchen

Embracing This Year’s Design Trends
We also saw new trends emerge in 2021, and we love the way our designers embraced these design elements. Wallpaper has made a strong comeback this year. Jessica made some bold wallpaper recommendations to the Owen Park family and showed us all how stunning wallpaper can be with the right design.
Owens Half Bath

The Owen Park Family’s Remodeled Half Bath

In the Zizzo project, Tara demonstrated how two-toned cabinets can add dimension and character to a design. She also incorporated floating shelves against a tile backsplash that extends all the way to the ceiling. Simple yet stunning!
Zizzo Kitchen After Pictures

The Zizzo’s Kitchen Remodel

New Team Members Joined Us This Year
In 2021, we also welcomed a few new team members to our Hatchett family. Special thanks to Jenn, Suzy, Mike, Art, Clark and Katie for the fresh perspective and new ideas you bring to our projects. And a big shout out to all of our Remodeling Consultants, Designers, Project Managers and Administrative team that work so hard to make each project the best it can be.
Thank you, too, to our clients. We literally could not do what we love without you! We are so grateful for all of our new clients who trusted us with their remodels this year, and we are flattered by all of our returning customers. Stay tuned in 2022 as we reveal the Threat’s newly remodeled bathrooms!
If you’re thinking about remodeling your kitchen, bathroom or addition in 2022, reach out to our design team at Hatchett Design Remodel at our showrooms in Newport News and Virginia Beach. And remember, it costs nothing ask!
Happy Holidays, everyone… and we’re excited to see what’s to come in the new year. Cheers to 2022!

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