This kitchen remodeling project removed two walls to completely open and brighten the kitchen. New installations included cabinetry, granite backsplashes, under-cabinet lighting and a vent hood.
The new counter separating the kitchen from the adjacent family room is custom designed and made of butcher block with an 16-inch overhang and no visible supports. A unique recessed iron frame was designed to provide invisible support.
This extensive kitchen renovation creates a unique experience for the homeowners in Bentley Manor.
It has been said, this is a “…project that deserves to be on the cover of the Architectural Digest top kitchens issue and displayed as a premier experience in the all city Parade of Homes…”
These vent hoods were installed along with new cooktops to blend with the architectural lines of the kitchen design. Both homeowners are friends in the Stone Oak neighborhood.
Cooktops were converted from electric to gas, a challenging process in many cases. Backsplash was refinished with stylish stone selected by the homeowners. And a Potfiller was installed in one of the kitchens (view images left).
After seeing our work at the first home, the second homeowner loved it and requested a similar custom treatment for her home. More than 90% of our projects begin as a referral from a happy homeowner.