Our clients moved to La Porte so they could be closer to their daughter. Seven years later, they said “enough” with their outdated, plain kitchen. After hearing Tom Tynan describe his experience working with us, they knew TriFection was a trustworthy company. Overall, they knew we were capable of handling their project.
Kitchen update opens new spaces
As is the case with many older homes, the original builder separated the kitchen from the rest of the living space. In their case, the separation was by a pony wall and high-bar. We removed both, opening up the kitchen and bringing together the living spaces for a more entertainment-friendly environment.
Aging plywood cabinets were replaced with newly created custom red oak cabinetry with a Chestnut stain. Our clients told us just how impressed they were with the high-quality construction and finish of the cabinets, the easier accessibility, and increased storage capacity.
We then topped the new cabinets with Cambria Chatham quartz countertops with a bullnose edge. We installed an under-mount stainless steel sink along with Kohler Bellera kitchen faucet. It’s all nicely complemented with a Pietra Cristal Emperador Strato mosaic tile backsplash from Interceramic.
An update also means new appliances
Our clients chose a complete set of new appliances from Nor-West Appliances, including a Dacor Renaissance single wall oven and matching Dacor Renaissance induction cooktop. They also added an Electrolux counter-depth French door refrigerator along with a Dacor microwave, vent hood, warming drawer, and dishwasher.
Final details complete this kitchen update
Along with opening up the kitchen, we painted the walls with Sherwin Williams Sandbank. For added visual appeal, the breakfast room walls were painted with Sherwin Williams Redden Earth and the halls with Sherwin Williams Sashay.
Six new recessed can lights bring the room alive and set off the new 20” Marazzi Tosca Amber floor tile. Our clients so love the look that we replaced carpet with this tile throughout the house, including the breakfast room, family room, and hallways.
Was this update worth the wait?
Our clients seem to think so. They especially appreciated TriFection’s turnkey service after having had the hassle of managing multiple contractors on earlier projects. That’s why they’re already planning to have us back for a hall bath and master bath project next year.