This 90’s kitchen was due for an upgrade. There were wacky angles, not nearly enough storage, poor lighting and impractical countertops for this avid baker. We were brought in to help breathe some creative life into this space while providing ample storage and good flow. The hardworking, easy maintenance of Ceasarstone countertops flow through the space. The backsplash and walls are tiled with timeless, Ann Sacks subway tile with a touch of tumbled Travertine as an accent behind the Wolf range top. The custom cabinetry from Hayes Cabinets were cleverly planned to use the now “angle-less” space as efficiently as possible.
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