A Dramatic Redesign, The Grace Place & More
Newsletter, May 2010
Artwork of Interest
Refinished wood floors add warmth while a neutral palette of white, black and chocolate enlarges the space. All activity is centered on a dramatic hearth, soft lighting floods the room and the dynamic Persian Pearl granite is texturally antiqued for a lived-in feeling.
Broken-up work centers make cooking difficult and congregating impossible. A pickled maple finish dates the kitchen and poor lighting saddens the space.
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The transformation of this Jupiter Island home began with the dramatic re-design of 1,100 square feet of living space, leaving oversized breakfast nooks in the wake of a laundry room and a built-in hutch where the kitchen sink once stood. Designed at The Kitchen Strand and renovated by Sands Construction Company, all family members' needs were accounted for, including those with fur.
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Introducing Premier Custom-Built CabinetryWe are thrilled to join forces with the exceptional craftsmen at Premier Custom-Built,
a small custom cabinetry factory in Pennsylvania. Together with these innovators in
construction, design and finish, The Kitchen Strand truly offers you the finest
cabinetry in the world.
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Work Continues at The Grace PlaceThis month we are putting the finishing touches on our latest instal lat ion for The Grace Place in Hobe Sound. The green room kitchenette, finished in pickled maple, will benefit musicians and speakers preparing for their ministries.
Recycled parts from an existing entertainment center and supplementary materials from our local shop make for anappropriately "green" installation.
|Pictured here is the computer center, another cabinetry installation by The Kitchen Strand at Grace Place.|