- Reface all wall cabinets & floor
- Remove the peninsula
- Add new island
- New Cambria® quartz countertops
- New flooring
The homeowners wanted to reface the cabinets so the budget would allow to upgrade to Cambria® quartz countertops and replace appliances. They needed to accommodate a big room with lots of storage needs.
They did want to add some interest with an angled island and remove the peninsula. The homeowners always felt trapped in the U-shaped kitchen. So they decided to do a hybrid, some refaced cabinets and some new cabinets. “You can’t tell which is which” said the homeowners. Since the cabinets were in good condition, why throw them out when you can reface them? It’s the perfect solution and Kitchen Magic does both new cabinetry as well as cabinet refacing.
The homeowners did want to enrich the space with all natural colors. They just love their new kitchen. “The island is just so inviting” said the homeowner. They whole family comes together for meals or the homeowners use it as a work station with the laptop, it is now the hub of their lives. So comfortable, they call it the new family room.
- Roll out pot drawers
- 2 lazy susan
- Roll out recycle bin/trash
Species: Maple Stain: Washington Countertop: Cambria(r) quartz Color: Darlington
Kitchen Magic, Inc. began as an American-based company in 1979 when its founder, Jost Fleck, made known his patriotism by displaying the American flag in every place possible; a tradition Kitchen Magic is honored to continue. After over thirty years, Kitchen Magic has extended this long-standing commitment to ‘all things American’ as the still American-based company seeks to help the economy through its loyalty to those products and services ‘made in the USA.’
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Wildly different price estimates across companies coupled with a general misunderstanding of the individual elements that factor into total cost put off homeowners. In fact, many home renovators see refacing as nothing more than “gluing” veneer to surfaces and firmly believe that such a simple task should be cheaper than it is.