April 16, 2013
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Our Orange Kitchen is receiving quite the recognition around Sacramento. Whether it is the bright Orange walls, Industrial & Eclectic Style, or the Innovation use of materials, this kitchen is certainly a conversation piece. When the Home section Editorial writer from Sacramento Magazine contacted us for an interview- we had to agree!
With the article titled “A Little Contemporary, A Little Classy . . . A Lot Eclectic”, the article shows that what the author took away from this kitchen was true amazement of all the fine details that we had designed and built. And the beauty of being a Design / Build Company- is that we can very carefully design details that can AND will actually be built as planned! Many of the details in this kitchen took a huge amount of orchestration & attention to detail- and it shows! Our job Foreman was sweating profusely this entire job.
This project was a design collaboration between President of Nar Fine Carpentry, Nar Bustamante & myself, Nicolette Patton. Every step of the way was new and exciting. From the layout & appliance placement, to the use of cabinet & building materials. We stretched the use of concrete countertops to the limit, as well as Steel. Speaking of steel, the clients weighed in BIG on the steel details, as the clients used their fabrication shop to do all the steel work.
Pick up your copy of Sacramento Magazine April 2013 or read online here.
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