One of the biggest compliments you can receive as a designer is from a happy client. When my recent clients, Brent and Diane Schlenker, told me how happy their were with the cabinetry and the process, I was honored. Not only am I thrilled to reveal this new cabinetry project with you today as one of the Best Residential Projects in British Columbia by the Architectural Woodworking Manufacturers Association of Canada., but I'm also excited to walk you through the process of how we arrived at this finished kitchen.
Today we are giving you a behind-the-scenes look at the creative problem solving that took place behind our cabinetry design project for CZ Construction and Jerry Raduy. The use of multiple woods and 2 toned color make this project one of our favorites, and we are excited to walk you through the design process!
We've worked with a bunch of homeowners this year helping them renovate their kitchens. But because each home and family has its own distinct lifestyle, it's always a blast differentiating their visual appearance through woods, finishes, and design details.
This newest renovation project for Sylvia Lizotte is no exception, and I'm excited to take you behind the scenes today and show you how we reflected her style and distinct personality through her new kitchen cabinetry.
This oak kitchen is nothing like the oak kitchens of the past! Our unique Gray Wolf stain emphasizes the beautiful grain of the oak giving it dimension. The color of Gray Wolf is a warm gray blend that pairs well with all styles of cabinetry. The contrast between the golden oak trim and various furniture