Water damage is the pits. We’re not talking about a little water that leaks under your sink and balloons your MDF/particleboard cabinet either. So if the unfortunate major flooding from your upstairs neighbor happens, take a page out of my client’s playbook and use that as an opportunity to finally do that kitchen remodeling project. Although it was a challenging several months, I’d have to say that the kitchen looks gorgeous! My client had impeccable tastes that translated into a simple, yet very polished design. With a mix of custom items where it counted (the cabinets) and stock/prefab (countertops), she was able to not break the bank while still pulling off an expensive-looking space. I really enjoyed working with her (sometimes I felt like she read my mind!) and the first person I’ve met who knew about and shared a love for Heath Ceramics.
Key Project Details
- Custom cabinets to maximize small kitchen utilizing all space including a custom drawer directly under the cooktop
- Satin cabinet finish to blend with natural woods in living room
- Mitered edges on bar countertop for clean lines and appearance of weight
- Hex tile backsplash to break-up rectangular shapes