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A Kitchen That Works Opens Kitchen & Bath Showroom

This remodeled guest house now houses a kitchen & bath showroom with six complete cabinet/countertop displays, lighting, flooring, decorative hardware and more.
A Kitchen That Works Opens Kitchen & Bath Showroom

A Kitchen That Works

This remodeled guest house now houses a kitchen & bath showroom with six complete cabinet/countertop displays, lighting, flooring, decorative hardware and more.

In an effort to provide a comprehensive kitchen and bath showroom experience for West Puget Sound residents and building professionals (while simultaneously reducing their carbon footprint), this 400 sq. ft. guest house was transformed into an office and showroom. Originally constructed in 1986 with a full bath, kitchenette and a main sitting/sleeping room, the interior was completely finished with Kentucky cedar paneling on the walls and ceiling. The kitchenette now contains a custom wrap around desk and stand-up drafting table while the main room contains six cabinet/countertop vignettes, lighting options, decorative hardware and more.

A Kitchen That Works Opens Kitchen & Bath Showroom
Quarter Sawn Oak uppers and Lyptus base cabinets
A Kitchen That Works Opens Kitchen & Bath Showroom
Rustic Alder Boot Bench, Maple furniture piece plus wrap around desk.
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