This project was built using the in stock cabinets that Home Depot offers. The product comes in many smaller boxes and needs to be assembled on site. The product utilizes furniture grade fiberboard for the boxes and solid hardwood doors and drawer fronts. I am not a big fan of this product as it is not very forgiving, however, it serves a purpose when a job needs to be completed right away.
The customer selected granite countertops which are 18" x 32" tiles designed for ease of use. the backsplashes are faux copper panels. Both of these products are available at Home Depot.
The client chose to reuse the still servicable appliances after we cleaned them and installed new cords and plumbing connections.
When utilizing this cabinet product, I take extra steps during installation to improve upon the fit and finish, so that it is nearly as attractive as custom cabinetry.
This project is in a condominium project and typically these kitchens have concrete or block walls. This creates a special challenge for a safe and secure installation. I have developed my own technique and use special fasteners to insure the security of the cabinetry.
The upper cabinets have been trimmed with a crown molding that provides for a finished look and hides the indirect lighting that I installed along with two new ceiling fans to complete the project.