This client had the vision to tie in the beautiful ledger stone used as an accent in the family room entertainment center into the kitchen island. Once the kitchen island was completed, it created cohesion between the two rooms making it feel more open concept. Before:
An easy way to update a kitchen is with the installation of a new backsplash. This particular backsplash was glass, however, the options are endless and many clients choose various types of tile including porcelain, ceramic, marble, travertine, and other natural stones.
Originally, walking into this townhome brought us back to the ’70s. This kitchen took on a complete remodel with new white shaker cabinets, a wet bar, grey/white granite, and a white subway tile backsplash. Utilizing a herringbone pattern tile installation and floating natural wood shelves for the wet bar created a gorgeous focal point for […]
An original untouched builder grade 1992 kitchen took on a full remodel. Removal of the 1990’s soffit along with added cabinetry in the large island sure makes it easy to entertain your guests. This transitional yet clean kitchen impresses everyone. Features include soft-close doors and drawers, slide-out wastebaskets, solid plywood boxes with alder doors.
This home was a brand new build. With an open slate, we were able to design a very European modern kitchen through the use of SOLLiD Cabinetry’s frameless series cabinetry. The large waterfall island with quartz countertop and a marble skirt really catches your attention upon entry into the home.