Having lived for 16 years with the old kitchen and its partially finished ceiling, cold air around the windows and very outdated general décor, it was time for a change. Generally, the layout worked but the cabinetry design did not capitalize on storage. The end result is a much warmer, modernized kitchen that even our client’s teenage sons got excited about. We can’t say if it inspired them to help out though.
What was refreshing was his approach; Garnet asked us questions about how we wanted to use the space, inquired about our lifestyle and primarily wanted an understanding of our requirements. Quite a refreshing contrast to other contractors who ‘told’ us what they were going to build for us.
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