Ten Shades of Gray - Kitchen
The empty nester homeowners were downsizing from a very large custom home to a spacious town home with a spectacular view that could not be seen when you entered the house. Therefore, their number one criteria was to open up the kitchen walls to take in the view from all vantage points and to bring a true contemporary aesthetic throughout on a back drop of ten shades of gray. The secondary goal was to improve the storage and functionality of the kitchen. The biggest challenge of the project was the fact that the exterior walls were concrete and foam construction and required the trades to 'burrow' through the walls to bring the homes plumbing, ducting and electrical utilities up to code.
"We used A Kitchen That Works for an extensive remodel of our newly purchased townhome. They designed our new kitchen, master bath and walk-in closet. They took down walls and put up new ones, changed plumbing and wiring, installed fixtures, and appliances. Everything was done on schedule and was done perfectly! They went above and beyond our expectations and we are thrilled with the results. We have already referred two friends to Molly and Clive and hope to refer many more. We give them A+." ~ Becky S.
Cabinetry: High Pressure Laminate • Countertops: Solid Surface