“We are very happy with our new kitchen! From start to finish the Drury Design team was very professional and responsive to our needs an project. As a result we ended up with a kitchen that meets all of our needs. We will be recommending Drury Design to anyone considering a kitchen bath or family room remodel. We look forward to working with Janice Teague and Drury Design on our next project!”

Kim & Bob Glowniak
Clarendon HIlls, IL

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At Drury Design, we work to integrate appliances throughout your home. When planning your kitchen remodel, we can help you either hide or highlight your new appliances. As an authorized dealer for each of these innovative appliance companies, Drury Design is well-equipped to offer you a variety of styles and options for your kitchen renovation.

As pioneers of the built-in refrigerator, Sub-Zero appliances are synonymous with high-quality, innovative, functional appliances that blend seamlessly into a home’s design.

Wolf appliances are professional-grade cooking equipment that have been used in restaurants and hotels and then adapted for home needs.

In 1987, Viking revolutionized home cooking by introducing the first professional range that was suitable for use by the family chef.

Founded in 1916, Thermador strives to make the kitchen attractive, efficient, and elegant through their innovative appliances.

As a proud American-owned and family-operated company, Dacor boasts three generations of experience in designing and manufacturing kitchen appliances.

Fisher & Paykel identifies their philosophy as “The Social Kitchen,” and the company works to build kitchen appliances centered around the people who use them.

Miele dedicates their work to providing their customers with both quality and continuous innovation, as evidenced in their company’s “Forever Better” philosophy.

Part of the third-largest appliance manufacturer in the world, Bosch is known for their German-engineered appliances that have raised industry standards in appliance quietness, proficiency, and integrated design.