Hard work may be its own reward. But, in this case, good work brought the reward of a kitchen remodeling referral. When she visited her neighbor’s TriFection kitchen remodel without finding a single flaw, this client in Spring knew it was time to remodel her own kitchen and she wanted the TriFection team of professionals to do the job because top-quality craftsmanship mattered most.
A good start to kitchen remodeling
While impressed with her neighbor’s new kitchen, our client liked many design aspects of her existing kitchen. What she wanted was a brighter, more modern look.
That was a good place to start because it meant we could create a fresh, budget-friendly appeal through cabinet refacing – new custom solid wood doors and drawer fronts, equipped with European-style hidden hinges and full-extension, soft-close undermount drawer guides with Blum motion.
TriFection’s in-house cabinet craftsmen replaced her painted plywood cabinets with new shaker style custom cabinet fronts made of solid oak, stained naturally to show off the true beauty of the wood.
We also replaced the outdated laminate countertops and backsplash. For the counters, the client chose Solarius granite with a bullnose edge, matched with a backsplash crafted from Torreon tumbled stone (2×4) from Arizona Tile in a broken joint pattern.
Creating open and useful space
We removed the furdown above the client’s bar area to create a more open concept for entertaining and food serving. We then added even more functional space by removing the high bar and backsplash in exchange for a flat granite countertop.
While we re-used existing pendant lighting, we added undercabinet lighting to illuminate the counters and backsplash. We also re-used most of her existing appliances, but added a Whirlpool electric smoothtop cooktop, a Kraus undermount stainless steel sink and a Vigo faucet with a pullout sprayer.
Maximized storage space is the hallmark of a TriFection kitchen. This client’s project was no exception. We built a new pantry cabinet, complete with five pullout drawers, which greatly enhanced the storage capacity and accessibility of her various kitchen goods.
Burgundy Gray porcelain floor tile (13×13) from Arizona Tile in a diagonal pattern and a new Biscuit paint color from Sherwin Williams for the walls finished out the makeover of our client’s kitchen.
She is so excited about the outcome in her kitchen that she’s already planning a TriFection bathroom remodeling project next year….Referrals and new business from happy clients have been the foundation of our success for over 25 years.
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