Remember the plan for the Tenant's kitchen?
Well the guys made great progress last week and it's looking good. We used Martha Stewart's Maidstone cabinets in Heavy Cream. I love the Shaker style door and the warm off-white finish. We're complimenting them with a new paint color we haven't tried before - Netsuke, from Sherwin Williams #6134.
I especially like the stove and peninsula wall. It's going to work really well for Kyle & Sam. A cooking station with a couple of stools to pull up and watch the chef!
|Dining Room View to Kitchen - Before|
|View of kitchen from Dining Room|
|Tenants Unit - Sink and Window Wall|
The Owner's Kitchen is also moving right along. The only challenge? The cabinet over the refrigerator arrived damaged. But they will replace it and we're just waiting for it to arrive.
This kitchen has a slightly different floor plan, since we removed the wall to the dining room to give the living spaces better flow.
We are using a quartz countertop for both kitchens. I love the combination of colors and quartz elements in this pattern. It gives it a unique 'texture', without overpowering the room. They are made with 93% quartz - which is stronger than iron or titanium!! They can handle temperatures up to 360 degrees and require no sealers or maintenance. And they're made in the USA!
I always love how the guys do the crown moulding. It adds such a beautiful touch to the room. This cabinet will create a built in furniture look, with glass doors and a lighted interior. Oh, and see how they were able to reuse the antique rosettes around the new door and window trim?
|It gets dark early this time of year!|
But of course installing the doors is a critical step - they make such a difference!
The next step is to make the template for the new quartz countertops. It's all done with a laser, for a perfect, precision fit.
|Quartz Countertop - Solar Canyon|