True Atlanta elegance!


Take a look at these dramatic before and after images of another AK kitchen remodel. The custom cabinetry is all by Omega: On the perimeter, the door style is Artesia Cherry with a Sable stain, the island is Artesia Maple with an Alma Coffee Glaze. The kitchen also included a custom-designed buffet with Omega Artesia Maple with Heirloom Black stain.
Aside from the dramatic changes you can see in these pictures, the new kitchen was designed down to the last detail including finishing touches like new 10" crown molding and 9 1/2" baseboards, moving of switches to more convenient locations and painting and touching up of trim, ceilings and walls in contiguous rooms. Updates were also made to the adjoining Butler's pantry
Atlanta Kitchen Before
Can you imagine what's next?
The main kitchen is traditional in style with a custom island to accent the rich woods. The granite is Tan Brown.
The backsplash consists of 4x4 Baja Cream Tumbled Tile with 2x12 Walnut Tumbled Tile chair rail border tiles and an Aged Iron 12x12 Artesia Mural.
Cooktop, Double Oven & Warming Drawer all by Thermador! The refrigerator is by GE Monogram with Omega cabinetry panels.
The buffet, a custom furniture piece designed by AK, is accented with Black Galaxy granite.
Plumbing fixtures by Aquadis

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  • Thanks Sherrie. The project took about 5weeks to complete.

  • Sherrie S
    on Jan 23, 2012

    It would be disruptive with a huge job like the one you did but when it turns out like your job did it is worth every waiting minute. You experts know we all want instant gratification.

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