Kitchen & Bath Design at Sherm Arnold’s in Lewiston, Maine

Are you dreaming of a perfect kitchen or a new bathroom? Let Sherm Arnold’s in Lewiston, ME help you fulfill your dream kitchen and / or bathroom. Trust us to set a superior standard in quality and design.

When you want to remodel your kitchen or bath, contact Sherm Arnold’s. We have been in the remodeling industry for years. Homeowners in and around Maine come to us because of our expertise and experience.

Do you want to have a complete kitchen makeover? How about a new bathroom? We can provide you with the kitchen or bath that suits you, your lifestyle, and even your budget.

We design and remodel your kitchen according to your preferences and specifications. We can do a wide variety of renovation and remodeling projects for your and work with the best contractors available.

Highlighted Cabinets


There is a reason Kemper® is one of the nation’s oldest cabinet companies. Our commitment to consistently deliver on the high expectations we set for ourselves has kept our customers loyal and growing strong. Count on the Kemper family to provide the well-built products you expect and the style you want at a range of prices to fit your budget – all backed by the reassurance of a limited lifetime warranty.


High-quality wood construction with rich details and attractive finishes. Our wide selection of styles and colors fit the latest in home décor trends, matching any design theme and lifestyle. JSI understands cabinets play a critical role in kitchen and bath upgrades, but that doesn’t mean they have to be the most expensive part of your project. Our mission is to deliver quality cabinetry that makes a high-end impression at a fraction of high-end cabinetry costs.


We believe in today’s fast-paced, budget conscious environment, you need to offer quality products with all the upgrades built-in, reliable service that exceeds expectations, and quick shipping to meet the tightest of deadlines. You can trust we will deliver because we are backed by the largest and most trusted cabinet company in the U.S. – MasterBrand Cabinets®



  • made from a combination of crushed quartz and resin that replicates the look of stone
  • comes in a wider variety of patterns and colors than natural stones
  • environmentally friendly and naturally antibacterial due to its non-porous nature
  • seams are less visibile
  • the most resistant material to damage and stains
  • virtually no maintenance requires
  • approximate cost – $40-$90 per square foot


  • made from acrylic and polyester resins, powdered fillers and pigments
  • nonporous requiring no sealing or special cleaning like the natural stone materials
  • resistent to stains, mildew, and bacteria
  • more susceptible to scratches and burns, however, these are typically easy to sand out {as it has a consistent color all the way through}
  • coutertops available in a wide variety of colors
  • dark colors will show more fingerprints
  • seamless installation with no cracks to trap any dirt or debris
  • approximate cost – $35-100 per square foot


  • great at resisting abrasion, staining, heat, and cuts
  • “completely scratch resistant” and claiming it “cannot be scorched or stained.”
  • stands up to water and UV rays, making it a great choice for outdoor kitchens and dining areas
  • does not need to be sealed — unlike marble, quartzite, granite, and concrete
  • It’s significantly less expensive than quartz, quartzite, marble and granite; the uninstalled prices for those materials are the same or more than the installed price for Dekton.


  • very budget-friendly
  • low maintenance and easy to clean
  • comes in a variety of colors, patterns and textures
  • highly stain resistent
  • heat and sharp knifes can damage it and this cannot be repaired
  • consider not using the laminate backspash and using tiling instead for a more modern look
  • approximate cost – $20-$60 per square foot

Once you have chosen your counter material, you will still need to decide on the color, finish, etc. Here are a few things to keep in mind…

  • In general, darker countertop colors {and especially black} will show crumbs, dust, fingerprints, streaks, etc. more easily. Matte {honed} finishes will also show marks more easily than the polished finishes.
  • To hide marks, look for lighter, more polished counters with greater variations in patterns.
  • Make sure your that your countertop choice compliments the other materials that you have chosen for your kitchen. Bring samples home so that you can see the countertop in the natural lighting of your home. Place them against paint and tile samples to ensure that you like the look of them together.
  • Can’t decide on one material? Mix and match to get the look you want!