We first started with gutting out all of the cabinets, some of which shown signs of rotting. The wood was authentic, and since it hadn’t been stained and sealed in a while, it was starting to show it’s true age. In replacement, we placed gorgeous cherry wood cabinets throughout and included a few extra for additional storage. The floors were also ripped up and replaced with white tiles, which matched the backsplash that wapped around the entire kitchen.
The laminate countertops were last to be replaced, which was done with beautiful engineered quartz stone. The client decided to go with this because it’s known to be highly durable, easy to maintain and great at resisting heat and stains. This was a big problem with the laminate countertops the client had to put up with the past two years.
The entire project took two weeks to complete due to poor weather conditions in the area.
The color of the quartz was a beautiful dark gray, which made a nice contrast with the cabinets and floors. The appliances were updated with white units, which matched the tile and backsplash. We installed the appliances for the couple. The kitchen island was also installed for the first time, replacing where the kitchen table originally sat. It was large enough to seat five stools, which was perfect for entertaining guests. The couple had no children, and weren’t planning on having any.
At KNC Granite, we offer an array of colors for our quartz countertops, which is available from brands like Caesarstone, Zodiaq, Silestone and Cambria.
If you’re planning a new kitchen remodel, then trust none other than the experts at KNC Granite!