White Shaker Cabinets for Kitchen Remodel
Cabinets that are made to last. If you think about Remodeling Your Kitchen, the first thing that comes to mind, “The Cabinets”. As a homeowner, you want to be sure that these cabinets would last for a little while. It is not just about the look but quality, durability, and functionality as well. Here we installed White Shaker Cabinets with these options.
- 5/8″ of Plywood Box
- Full Piece Plywood Back Panel
- Dovetail Drawers
- Soft Close Track
- Compressed wood Doors
- Full Overlay
- Wood Lazy Susan Turn Table in white
- 3 Layers of Sherwin Williams Epoxy scratch-resistant Paint
In addition to that, Quartz slabs were installed in two different colors for the island, Soreno Polished from Pental Quartz and the main countertops, Arezzo Polished from Pental Quartz. Quartz countertops are a great choice for any kitchen. The variety of patterns and colors for quartz is huge, as well as functionality and usability. Just look how beautiful the counters and Island are.
Kitchen Remodeling “Backsplash”
What is a Kitchen Remodel without a nice Backsplash? Over here we have beautiful Glass Backsplash tiles that are easy to clean and maintain. In the wet room, Wayfair Inner Reflections 3″ x 6″ Mosaic Tile in Black reflection mirror glass tile collection. The Kitchen, 3×12 Dunes Glass platinum Tile from “Arizona Tile”. It is installed in a 50/50 pattern design and with the grout lines of 1/16.
The quality of the appliances is an especially important part for a homeowner. Who would want a Refrigerator to stop working or a dishwasher to not clean dishes properly? Kitchen Aid is a good “Luxury” choice in most kitchen remodeling cases. We had 2 dishwashers, an ice maker, a double oven, Subzero style Refrigerator, Gas range, and a Range Hood installed. Doesn’t it look Luxurious?
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Flooring in Kitchen Remodeling
Hardwood Floors will most likely last for the life of a house. At some point because of the wear and tear of everyday use, they will need refinishing. Changing the color for a 10-year floor Might not be a bad idea, to keep your kitchen up to date. In this kitchen, all the flooring surfaces were refinished and stained to a walnut color. The material was matched for patching then sanded, stained, and sealed by flooring experts.
I had a customer that was trying to save on remodeling cost and do paint themselves. However, at the end of the hard work, the kitchen remodel looks like a DIY project. The Ceiling lines were not straight, patching is done purely, the texture is not matching. The best advice I can give is that you should refinish all the walls before painting. Yes, it will cost more money, but in the end, it is worth it.
In most cases, after Kitchen Remodel is done, contractors leave homes in broom clean condition and a cleaning crew is needed to make sure the dust from remodeling your kitchen is taken care of. If you do not have cleaning people, make sure your contractor adds it to the bid.