The picture above is the kitchen, the Heart of the Home as we like to say. Now the cabinetry the clients chose are from the Woodland Cabinetry line and they are actually in Cherry! The most popular door species lately has been Maple, so it is nice to see someone try out something a little different. A Cherry door is going to give the door a more of a red tint, with a little bit of grain running throughout. You can see in the picture the knots and grains on the door really give it that Earthy vibe. The door style is called Rustic Hampton and the finish is Chili Ebony Heirloom.
Now if you look closely in the rendering you can see the hardware, which are from the Richelieu line. They are called Contemporary Expression Centers Bar Pull in Brushed Oil Rubbed Bronze, I personally believe they offer a nice contrast between the countertops and the cabinets. What do you think?
Now the countertops (which I think are absoultely beautiful) are quartz and they are fabricated from one of our fabricators ADP. They are called Cambria Lancaster, and the clients went with a 1/2 bullnose edge which helps finish off the countertops.
What you can not see is that the clients went with a farmhouse sink. Many people love the look of the farmhouse sink because it offers that country feeling, but it can go in a modern or a traditional kitchen style and still look like it belongs.
One of my favorite elements of my job is to see a project go from the start to those final photographs. I have seen some amazing transformations since I started working here. If you would like to see some before and afters check out our kitchen gallery here to see the transformations for yourself.
Thanks for reading,