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This couple bought a beautiful condo on the river. The only problem…the kitchen didn’t reflect their taste. By refacing the cabinets in white, the couple was able to splurge on a gorgeous quartz countertop.
This kitchen was in a home recently purchased by the homeowner. It had no window in it so by refacing in off white really helped to brighten it up. This also allowed her to go darker on the countertop color and backsplash. The stainless steel undermount sink and contemporary hardware added her own personal flair to make it a kitchen she loves!
This couple wanted a more modern look for their kitchen but didn’t want to disrupt the updated floor so refacing was perfect for them. The cabinets were refaced with painted maple doors/fronts and a contrasting granite countertop was installed. We added the peninsula for seating and finished it off with a gorgeous stone backsplash.
This couple just purchased this house and did not like the looks of the kitchen. They had room to add more cabinets by the refrigerator and we removed the wall oven cabinet to accommodate their stove. We then refaced the cabinets, installed a new laminate countertop and check out the awesome larger subway tile on the wall! What a difference!!
This project was a reface with the addition of new base cabinets as well as adding a new wall of cabinets and a dishwasher. We started the project Tuesday and finished Wednesday. These updates transformed both the look and function of the space.
The homeowners wanted to keep their existing solid surface countertop, so refacing their cabinets was a perfect fit. In addition to refacing the existing cabinets, we also added a new island and a new wall of cabinets.
Kitchen remodeling project where we refaced the existing oak raised panel doors to an updated solid tone Thermofoil shaker door. The refacing project only took three days.
Kitchen remodeling project where the homeowners wanted a total remodel done of their older kitchen. They wanted to update the space yet not take away from the character of an older home. They chose to do painted cabinets with laminate countertops and accented it with a unique travertine tile backsplash.
Kitchen remodeling project where the homeowners elected to upgrade their kitchen to a more modern look by installing new custom cabinets. We also transformed the space by installing a new countertop and tile backsplash along with new custom-built closet organizers, closet and interior doors and moldings throughout the entire room.
Custom kitchen remodeling project where the homeowners went with a more modern look by refacing their existing cabinets while doing a complete overhaul of their island. They also installed new Quartzite and Soapstone countertops and new tile backsplash.
Beautiful kitchen remodeling project where the homeowners went with a more contemporary look. They wanted to keep the character of their cabinetry within their historic home but give it a face lift with cabinet refacing. They went with WalzCraft Maple doors in a shaker style with a spray-no-wipe stain in Light American Walnut on the uppers and Honey on the bases. They did Viatera Aria quartz countertops and Surfaces Mocha Stone Linear tile for their backsplash. To complete the new look they went with Mannington Adura Max flooring in Dockside Driftwood.
This customer liked the footprint of her kitchen but wanted to optimize the space with maple European Frameless style cabinetry. Updated laminate countertops with a quartz under-mount sink and glazed ceramic tile backsplash modernized this kitchen beautifully. We also installed new luxury vinyl tile flooring throughout the entire main level to replace carpet and older sheet vinyl.