Kitchen Remodel in Cape Coral
A Kitchen To Entertain!
Paul and Michelle came to me last December wanting to open up their kitchen and add a wet bar to better entertain guest. The home was an old Florida style split home. Anytime you modify an existing structure it can be challenging. I met with the Paul and Michelle and determined the best way to proceed I developed a project plan.
One of the challenges of this project was finding a granite that would compliment the existing granite. Since granite is a natural stone it’s impossible to match unless from same slab which was not an option. We decided to opt for a contrasting black galaxy granite color that would accent their existing cabinets and countertops.
Another requirement of the project was to allow for the ability to be able to entertain guests outside the kitchen. My solution was to add a wet bar opposite the kitchen sink. I utilized a small bar sink as well as a stainless steel beer/wine fridge, granite tops, custom liquor shelving with hidden LED lighting. The LED lighting changees colors based off sound and also has a remote control. The power for the LED was hidden in a nearby closet making the entire project seamless.
Even with material shortages and labor shortage I was able to complete the entire project from start to finish in about two months time With very little impact on their day-to-day lives.
Paul and Michelle now have a very open kitchen and relaxing bar area for entertaining. Perfect for a waterfront home!
We enthusiastically recommend “The Hawaiian Contractor” (Paul E. Barnes) for your next construction project. Our renovation required a wall be removed in our Kitchen to create an open floor plan, then we had a Wet Bar constructed. Paul is a true craftsman and his crew were considerate and professional. Paul used high quality materials. Paul is energetic, conscientious and kept us updated throughout the process. Paul’s project price was fair for the work performed. We are thrilled with the finished product — now our house feels like a home! Thanks Paul!