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Carmel Valley Rustic Modern Kitchen Transitional Home Bar, San Diego

"After reading the stellar reviews on Houzz and meeting Kerry in person, we knew we had to hire him for our project. Boy were we impressed and happy with the entire renovation process and the transformation of our kitchen/dining/living room/guest bath!

The main reasons why we selected Kerry and TaylorPro were: (1) design concept; (2) competitive pricing (though not the lowest); and (3) professionalism. Even before signing the retainer, Kerry and his team put together a detailed design of our entire first floor (except flooring), including CAD models and 3D perspective views of the entire space. This was particularly impressive, since it helped us tremendously to see how our Kerry was able to listen to our vision of the space and transform it into something better than what we had imagined.

The renovation of our entire first floor started in April and ended in June. His entire crew, whether it's for demolition, electrical, tiling, or plumbing, etc., were extremely friendly, courteous, and clean, something that is not always easy to find (based on our previous renovation/house repair experiences). It was a pleasure working with all of them to say the least. As for timing, our project was on-time, if not ahead of schedule, for the first 95% of the project. We ran into some delays with reorders of incorrectly manufactured parts, but that's not Kerry's issue as far as we know. Kerry paid attention to detail throughout the project and were able to notify us of issues that occurred during the renovation project. Needless to say, despite small changes made along the way and minor adjustments here and there, we came in right on budget!

Now that the renovation project has ended and that we've lived in the house for more than six months, I can attest to the fact that TaylorPro's work is of very high quality! We have not had issues with cabinets, faucets, lights, or anything that was installed. In summary, our first impression of Kerry being a trustworthy contractor that paid attention to detail turned out to exceed our expectations. If (and when) we renovate our upstairs, Kerry and TaylorPro will be my first call!"
~ Ken L, Client

Photos By Jon Upson
Wet bar - mid-sized transitional single-wall light wood floor and brown floor wet bar idea in San Diego with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, quartz countertops, brown backsplash and wood backsplash — Houzz

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ellenj53 wrote:
Love the countertops - What are the counter tops make of and what color are they? Are they quartz?
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would still love to know the brand of refridgerator! Thank you...

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TaylorPro Design & Remodeling

All the appliances are Thermador. Thank you.


What Houzz contributors are saying:

Jennifer Blaise Kramer added this to Room of the Day: White and Teak Brighten a Dark Kitchen
The same white cabinetry as in the kitchen shows up here in a mix of flat-front panels and floating shelves. A wine bar and separate counter space give the big family even more room to be together and entertain in an open, inviting space.MoreNew This Week: 4 Dreamy White-and-Wood Kitchens to Learn FromCooking With Color: When to Use White in the Kitchen
Becky Harris added this to Trends From the Latest Popular Home Bars on Houzz
1. Reclaimed wood. Reclaimed wood on a home bar wall or countertop recalls oaken whiskey and wine barrels and the pine and cedar used on wine crates. Its casual look creates a relaxing atmosphere.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Fun in Function Design added this to Moroz
Is this wood too rustic? I think it has the tones in it that would work.
FOLIO added this to Levin
Like the simplicity of shelving

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