A couple of weeks ago I had the privilege of driving up to a small town in Washington to visit the home of a Hardline Design and Construction client and to photograph the ADA sympathetic kitchen and bathroom remodel we had done for her. Situated among rolling pasture land was one of the most beautiful kitchen views one could hope to have while standing at a sink heaping with dishes. Hardline Design and Construction made that kitchen remodel a reality. Mrs. Thompson said what pleased her about working with Hardline Design and Construction is, “They are willing to work with what you’ve got and within your budget. Not everything needs to be ripped out and thrown away and they understand that.” We all love before and after photos. Take a look to see what this kitchen remodel has become and come back next week for our before and after ADA sympathetic bathroom remodel.
The home was built in 1989 and had alder with cherry stain. The kitchen originally had Formica counters.
Notice the counter tops. Granite slabs were too costly so Hardline Design and Construction used 12″ x 12″ granite tiles. The tiles along the edge of the counters were bull nosed to give a more finished look. Adam’s fine tile job is nearly seamless and gives a great effect with less cost.