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This kitchen remodel included removing the cabinets, flooring, wall board, and etc down to the framing. Then we removed a load bearing wall, installed a steel beam approximately 28 feet in length to open the kitchen up. After the beam was installed, drywall complete we then installed heated tiled floor, custom cabinets, Cambria countertops, new appliances, lights, and etc.
“Like cabinets” — joenjan168
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Even in a relatively tight space, the customer was able to fit a small wine fridge.
“counter” — Rita Bain
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Removing a bank of cabinets and extending the counter provides enough overhang to pull up some barstools.
“counter color” — machacek
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Undercabinet lighting showcases the onyx backsplash.
“like” — hewitt4
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Varying the tile size adds interest to the floor without competing with the other finishes.
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Columns and shelves were added as a decorative element but also help to disguise unmoveable duct work.
“Cambria” — leslie44
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“looks like my oven wall” — Roberta Day
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These are before photos of a small, dark and outdated kitchen.
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We closed the doorway off to provide more room in the kitchen. Installed new flooring, cabinnets, countertops, and appliances.
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Ill placement of the appliances left absolutely no counter near the stove.
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