Tracey and Gari undertook a full remodel of their new home, which had not been updated since it was built 25 years ago. Starting from scratch can be difficult, so they enlisted the help of Wilf at Dynamic Kitchens to bring their design dreams to life. Wilf helped them decide on a cabinet design that would allow the couple to maintain access to their walk-out patio.
Still, Gari and Tracey had a lot of decisions to make, one of which was deciding upon the type of stone they wanted for their countertop – an especially important aspect given the large area of counter space in their design.
“We initially were looking for granite that had a white background with browns, greys and beiges in it. We chose Lennox granite and while discussing the kitchen design with Paul at Progressive Countertop, he suggested we use quartz on the countertop that was a bit more subtle to offset the Lennox granite on the island.”
Classic, Earthy and Sleek!
The Lennox granite island and Coarse Pepper quartz counter top are both cut with clean, simple “eased” edges to allow the natural beauty of the stone to be the focal point.
A clean slate can be even more challenging…
Because the renovation Gari and Tracey undertook was so extensive it is understandable that there were moments of stress and pressure surrounding their home upgrades. However, the professionals at Progressive Countertop work hard to make sure clients find the design process creative and manageable.
“We found Paul to be very helpful as he walked us through design choices,” The couple write. “Everyone was very helpful and courteous whenever we had any questions or changes. We felt relaxed and stress-free when undertaking this part of the renovation.”