Meet the Homeowners
Looking for Quartz Countertops in Tampa? This week, we got the chance to visit a Condo in the New Tampa Area. New Tampa, annexed from Tampa in 1988, is a 24 square mile subdivision of Tampa. New Tampa is right on the border of Hillsborough and Pasco County. The Soler family moved to the area three and a half years ago. Originally from New York, the couple moved to Florida in 1993 and have owned (and still do) various homes all over the State.
Remodeling your Kitchen with Quartz Countertops
Life in Tampa Happens in the Kitchen. From getting kids ready for school in the mornings and making lunches to settling down for a good night’s dinner, your kitchen sees a lot of wear and tear on a daily basis. Complete Kitchen Remodels are a popular home renovation project that can vastly increase the appearance and perception of the space. The right kitchen layout, with ample amounts of Countertop Space, has become a staple in most Kitchens today.
Kitchen Remodeling Project Details
The Soler’s first started their Home Renovation with the Kid’s Bathroom, late last August. After the bathroom project came the Kitchen. The couple wanted to redo the whole feel of their kitchen. That meant new cabinets and new floors. They chose White Shaker Cabinets and CaliBamboo Flooring.
“The cabinets had been here since 1992, they desperately needed a facelift.” Mr. Soler said
Choosing Countertop Material
Next came the Countertops. The Soler’s found International Granite and Stone on the Internet and scheduled an In-Home Consultation with our Designer Pedro M. to get to work picking out their tops. The Soler’s knew they wanted something light and bright, but with a little bit of dimension too. With Pedro’s expert advice, the customer came to the decision to use two types of materials, Granite and Quartz.
Countertops Used in this Project
Kitchen Countertops – Perimeter: Calacatta Imperiale Quantum Quartz
After two trips to the showroom, the decision was finalized and colors were chosen. For the countertop spaces, the couple chose to do Calacatta Imperiale Quantum Quartz, with a Half Bullnose Edge.
Kitchen Countertops – Island: Grand Delicatus.
They wanted something different for the Island, so they went with a Granite Countertop color called Grand Delicatus. The white in the Granite went well with the Quartz, giving the room a pop of contrast along with it.
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