April 2018 Winner – Cabinet Refacing
Mark & Mary Beth LevyWilliamsburg, VA
When our client purchased this home, they did a lot of updating and the kitchen remained the last project on the list. It had a badly worn whitewashed finish on alder wood, 3/8 inset doors, exposed hinges, and a ceramic tile countertop that has been installed on top of the original laminate. When the previous owner installed new flooring the stove was too tall for the laminate countertops, so the installed ceramic tile on top to make the countertops a bit higher. When we removed the existing countertops to add new granite our client had selected, we discovered that the base cabinets were no too short. Fortunately our installation team was up to the challenge . . . and the project turned out beautiful! It required a few extra steps, but this stunning new kitchen was created by leaving the existing cabinet boxes in place, which can be hard to believe from the photos. The existing flooring & appliances remained in place. Our clients are delighted with their kitchen and we are grateful to them for their confidence and patience white we sorted out the details to complete the project. We are so glad that their neighbors (also our clients) had showed off photos on Facebook of a recent project and referred our team for this cabinet refacing.
April 2018 Winner – Custom Cabinets
Matt Hubbard & Len LewisHinesville, GA
What a fun project! This is a complete kitchen renovation and we removed everything including the soffit. We install all new custom cabinets, maple in our Windom style and show white color. The walls were painted and new canned lighting installed along with beautiful granite countertops and undermount sink. A new tile backsplash, stainless steel hood, and under-cabinet lighting finalized this stunning new space.
April 2018 Winner – Cabinet Redooring
Charles & Susan JohnsonLittle Rock, AR - Johnson
Our client had recently downsized to a patio style home and wanted a lighter and fresh look for the kitchen. The original cabinet boxes stayed in place, and our team restyled them with cabinet refacing. New custom-made doors & drawer fronts in a shaker style and white finish were installed along with a marble style of quartz. It perfectly compliments the backsplash and flooring which remained undisturbed. The “new kitchen” now much better reflects the homeowners style.