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1.pngA kitchen is where people gather, share meals together and make memories. It is an important and valuable part of the home, so we made sure to give this space some TLC. We demoed out the old cabinets, countertops and backsplash and breathed new life into this kitchen with gorgeous, veined Calcatta quartzite countertops and Zelliege weathered white backsplash from Cle Tile. This unique white terracotta backsplash is a singular color made up of a mixed variety of whites which include hues of grays, creams, pinks, celadons and even blues.

In addition, we installed satin nickel appliances, Cedar and Moss matte black sconces, a farmhouse sink and grass weave hemp neutral window shades to let the light stream through this beautiful new kitchen. The blending of traditional and modern elements truly make this kitchen a shining example of the transitional style.Leatherwood b & a.pngLeatherwood b & a2.png3.pngTo vary the look of the cabinets, some panels were removed and glass inserts replaced for transparent cabinetry. Balancing out the rich warmth seen in the cabinets is the Espandana Grey porcelain tile floors, creating more of a transitional look. We painted the rest of the walls a warm, charming Dove White color by Sherwin Williams. Of course, the items NOT pictured are sometimes the most important components of a renovation. Those are: all electrical, plumbing and HVAC duct work relocation in addition to finishing out drywall and trim work to complete the finished product.

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