This Albany couple purchased their home in an established part of the City of Albany about 12 years ago. They knew from day one the kitchen wall was coming out to open up that room. They started to save for a project that included a kitchen, bathroom, and addition. When it was time to do the work, they even explored moving, but could not find a place they liked better. The addition was scrapped for cost reasons, and they shopped around for a contractor to do the kitchen and bath remodel. Friends who had just completed a similar project referred them to project manager Tony at Bennett Contracting.
Unlike some clients, they had a general idea of what they wanted but relied on Bennett designer Sarah to come up with many of the design features, like the unique tile on the walls.
Once the tile was picked, many of the colors and shelves just fell into place. Note the floating shelves, Executive cabinets, and Cambria countertops.
Tony and Sarah were “super flexible” and lead carpenter Mark “went above and beyond” their expectations for workmanship and attention to detail.