Photography by Caleb Shane
‘Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness’ – these powerful words are uniquely and undeniably American. This American Dreams series features ordinary people with extraordinary stories of success and advice for making the most of your dreams. It reiterates the importance of shop local + share local, a part of our culture that makes Central Arkansas unique.
“We constantly strive to provide the best services and products to our clients.”
For nearly 20 years, Bill Wrape has been making kitchen and bath dreams come true.
Distinctive Kitchens & Bath began as traditional home remodeling company. They soon realized a showroom would be an invaluable resource for clients – making the color + material selection of custom cabinetry more authentic.
Bill is a Certified Kitchen and Bath Designer accredited by the National Kitchen and Bath Association. “As a business owner, it was important to complete the time-consuming and detailed courses to fully understand the design of kitchens and baths.” To maintain this important certification and monitor the most contemporary developments in the industry, Bill attends many hours of classes and seminars throughout the year.
As a result of Bill’s expertise and excellent execution of project work, the business recently relocated to a larger showroom. “I’m excited to showcase the newest Wood Mode custom cabinetry, helping clients achieve that extraordinary, one-of-kind kitchen or bathroom.” Specialty quartz countertops, tile and hardware are also available.
His team includes an interior designer available for client consultation during the design process. “Clients tell me that they like that their project can be completed by one company. Having an interior designer on staff is essential in that process.”
“We constantly strive to provide the best services and products to our clients. We evaluate completed projects and analyze potential improvements.” He notes that much of the work comes from referrals and repeat clients, the truest testament to exceeding client expectations.