For this project, we completely gutted the kitchen. From the cabinets to the floors to all new appliances, this kitchen had a complete makeover.
The client chose a beautiful hand-scraped hickory hardwood floor for throughout the kitchen and living area. It adds a lot of warmth and is very durable. They also chose a beautiful Cambria quartz countertop and coordinating backsplash. The quartz countertops provide a gorgeous surface that is nonporous and virtually no maintenance.
Cherry cabinets with brushed nickel hardware provide a nice contrast to the light backsplash and countertops. The sink is an under mount composite granite. Stainless steel appliances complete the look.
In the half bath, we continued the look from the kitchen by adding the same Cambria quartz countertop and coordinating backsplash.
This kitchen remodel featured hand-scraped maple hardwood flooring with an espresso finish. It gives a warm, rustic feel and contrasts nicely with the white cabinets.
We created beautiful custom cabinetry in this kitchen with stainless steel appliances. The stacked stone backsplash coordinates with the concrete countertops that have a chiseled edge appearance. The hardware is oil-rubbed bronze.
This kitchen features a bar with seating for easy entertaining and family life. It is open to the dining room with a beautiful custom mantel and coordinating stacked stone. An under mount sink helps to highlight the chiseled edge of the countertops and accentuates the stacked stone backsplash. Oil rubbed bronze fixtures provide a nice contrast to the light colors in the cabinets and backsplash.
These concrete countertops are in warm brown tones that pull out the similar tones in the stacked stone. They provide a nice contrast with the white cabinets.
We extended these cabinets to the ceiling to maximize storage. The white cabinets lighten up the room while the stacked stone and concrete countertops maintain warmth. The hardwood floors add timeless style and beauty.
This stacked stone backsplash was a favorite feature of this kitchen. We loved the warm earthy tones of the stones that added a rustic, yet classy, appearance.
This custom-built mantel was the crowning feature of this kitchen/dining room remodel. The stacked stone tied in the dining room with the kitchen backsplash. The detail of the trim work added a lot of interest to this home.
For this kitchen, we kept the existing cabinets, but added new raised panel doors and new drawers all equipped with soft close slides and hinges. We stained the oak a medium brown and put a semi gloss finish on all wood work. The granite is called Snow fall and came from The Countertop Place.
The kitchen had been pretty dark so we added recessed lighting with dimmable LED lighting. Now the homeowners can set the lighting just how they want it.
The faucet is the first touch on/off faucet we’ve installed and we really like it. It works flawlessly!
The backsplash is mostly made up of 5×15 tiles that resemble a raised panel door. We installed a row of accent tile to give the backsplash some color. We grouted with a stain resistance crystal grout with a slight sparkle.
Here’s a close up of the finished cabinets. What a difference from the flat panel golden oak they had before!
“Our experience with Pinnacle Homes was great. The multiple jobs they did for us were completed as promised and when we made changes in the middle of the job they accommodated our changes very well. They were also very responsive for emergency projects that turned out nicely and Pinnacle was fair with their pricing. The management and workers were all very friendly and showed genuine care for the work they performed on all levels. I would recommend Pinnacle Homes to any of my family and friends and we plan to use them in the future.”