Cabinetry: Let's start off with the cabinets because they are the main show stopper for this kitchen remodel. These cabinets that the client chose are actually from U.S. Cabinet Depot which is not a cabinet brand we use as often as Wellborn or Woodland but they are still good quality for the price. The style of these cabinets is called York, which offers a modern look with a little touch of traditional thrown in there. The color is Chocolate, and who can go wrong with the color Chocolate? It works perfect with their floor and countertops because together it's a nice complement.
Countertops: The countertops are from one of our fabricators called ADP Surfaces who we work with quite often. They have a wide range of countertop materials, styles, and colors. The countertops these clients decide to go with are Corian in the color Mojave, and instead of a backsplash, they decided to go with a four-inch splash to continue the look of the countertop up the wall. Along with the countertop, ADP Surfaces also provided a 50/50 stainless steel under mount sink.
Hardware: I know hardware may seem like a simple decision, but I can promise you sometimes this is the hardest decision for the client because there are over one thousand options of hardware. It can sometimes be overwhelming. These clients chose their hardware from one of our vendors Richelieu and they are called Traditional Metal Pulls in Oil-Rubbed Bronze which is probably one of our most popular hardware finishes, and one of my personal favorites.
There is going to be more pictures of this kitchen coming as soon as we can get our photographer out there. So stay tuned, and keep checking back to our website to see close-up pictures of this beautiful kitchen.