Our kitchen, family room and laundry room project has come a very long way since we started remodeling. The layout is completely different in the home and much more functional for our client. To understand the progression of the remodel, read our demolition post to see where we started.
Brian did a great job of remodeling all the rooms and giving our client exactly what they wanted and more. The rooms have all been moved into and personalized by our awesome client. The kitchen has been opened up and makes such a drastic difference on the flow from the dining room, to the kitchen and into the family room.
Our client chose the elegant Cambria Quartz Lincolnshire countertop for their kitchen. The hues of tan and taupe blend seamlessly with the elegant white cabinets. Additionally, our client chose some excellent black birdcage lights to hang over the island. The lights really make a statement in the kitchen.
The backsplash and accent tile installed great in the kitchen. Ivory colored tumbled travertine was installed on a diagonal for the backsplash main tile. The accent tile has pecan and taupe colors to play off of the countertop. Having the accent tile over the stove is an awesome focal point of the kitchen.
The TV and entertainment components are all ready to go for our client to enjoy the football season! The bookshelves are filled with our client’s favorite items. The family room is the warm and comfortable room for the family to relax in that they desired.
The laundry room was finished with another shelf being added above the washer and dryer for added storage and convenience. The new laundry room design is making our client’s life much easier.
Thank you to our Wilmington client for allowing us to do such a great project. The results are amazing and we hope you enjoy your new home!
Brian is starting to put his finishing touches on the West Chester kitchen project. After a delay in the production of the countertop, Brian has finally been able to make substantial progress.
The countertop our client’s chose is a Cambria Quartz countertop in the color Hollinsbrook. It’s a beautiful, dark countertop with lots of movement. The colors not only compliment the cabinets, but also the floor. The floor is covered by cardboard right now for protection. The bright spots in the second picture are reflections of the can lights above.
The microwave and refrigerator have been set in place in the pantry area. There have been a few hiccups concerning the appliances, but when all is said and done, we will make sure everything is addressed and our client is happy.
Brian had some help doing the backsplash tile from another one of our carpenters, Cody. While Brian was doing some finish carpentry, Cody was working diligently on laying out and installing the tile. Our client and designer, Beth, worked together to come up with this design. They chose 6″ x 6″ travertine as the field tile and glass tile as the accent pieces beneath the hood. There are two different glass tiles. The tile that makes up the picture frame is Mohawk Stone Treasure Brown Coffee 5.67mm x 5.67mm. The individual glass tiles inside the picture frame are Mohawk Christoval Glass Caramel Sundae 1″ x 1″.
The knobs and handles have all been applied to the cabinet doors and drawers.
The island is now complete with the installation of the countertop. Furniture base and door end kits have been applied to the sides of the cabinets as well. The door end kits really take a good looking kitchen to a great looking kitchen.
There’s still lots of cleanup to be done on this project, but we’re nearing the end and heading towards another beautiful kitchen. Stay tuned to see final pictures of this West Chester Kitchen.