The kitchen remodel was actually finished about 6 weeks ago, but the real estate business got busy and simply had to take priority. After all, real estate is how I pay my bills and our clients always come first.
So after teasing you with before video and pictures of the project in progress, below are pictures of it all finished.
I’m really happy with how it turned out and wouldn’t change a single thing.
I like it during the daytime, but I LOVE it at night.
Here’s a close up of the light. It was the hardest item to find. Lighting is simply so expensive and there aren’t a lot of options in pendant lights that don’t require transformers and have low voltage bulbs. This light fixture was super inexpensive from Lowe’s.
See the Transformation:
The kitchen really does look completely different. See for yourself.
Product & Contractor Specifics:
I shopped around looking for the perfect materials while being careful to not to break the bank. Every product and contractor exceeded expectations. As such, I’m happy to share what I bought and where I got it.
Cabinet hardware – Gatehouse Satin Nickel Pulls from Lowe’s
Cabinets – I didn’t replace these. It’s possible to completely change the look without getting new cabinets!
I also stuck with my old faucet, refrigerator, blinds and wood floors.
The entire project was managed by Justin Turnbaugh, owner of Greentree Construction. Justin and his team did all of the work except for installing the counters and sink, which was handled by Stone Masters.
Justin did a great job for me, and he has helped a number of our clients get their homes ready for sale. Give him a call if you need a contractor you can trust.
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