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Our Latest Work

Hi everyone! It’s been a while since I’ve posted what we’ve been up to so I’ll fill you all in on the beautiful kitchens and baths we’ve been working on lately.

First up is a beautiful lake home that shows off it’s rustic-meets modern oak cabinets and quartz counters.

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The quartz is Pompeii, Sunny Pearl, from UMI stone. It has pieces of reflective seashells embedded into the stone which complement the crystal knobs. The espresso wood floors anchor the space.
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Since the cabinets add a busy element to the kitchen, the homeowners chose to continue the quartz up the backsplash to simplify the look.

Next, we installed pristine Venetino Marble in this fresh white-on-white kitchen.

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The appliances were brought in just prior to install. Look at the gorgeous shine on these crisp white counters.
20151024_145332The full-height backsplash and dramatic gray veining add movement and dimension to the otherwise stark kitchen.
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The cherry island mixes it up a bit.

This next kitchen proves that you don’t have to sacrifice style or glamour on an outdoor kitchen. We went with an untraditional glass mosaic backsplash.
IMG_0426You normally see this tile stacked parallel with the counters, but standing it on end draws the eye up, making the space appear larger, and almost gives it a cascading effect.

My favorite so far out of our recent work would have to be the kitchen in Centaurian Gold Quartzite. What is quartzite you ask? It’s a naturally forming stone that has the durability of marble, but many of the visually appealing characteristics of marble.
IMG_0265IMG_0266I LOVE this color! We often do different backsplashes than full height, but these colors are all too beautiful not to show them off! To transition from under the cabinets to the countertop we went with a double bevel wave.

I hope you enjoyed our latest projects and they inspire you in your next remodel!

We’re “Stoned Happy” that Angie’s List Wrote This About Us!

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The saying, “First impressions matter,” was proven again when member Jeanne L. visited Stone Saver to price a granite countertop for the guest bathroom at her home in Wesley Chapel.

“Although we wound up not doing the work, we were totally impressed with them,” she says in a Page of Happiness-nominated review.

So instead of making a $1,000 sale, the company sold Jeanne $6,000 worth of granite countertops for her kitchen.

Jeanne says Stone Saver postponed the measuring area until her new sink, faucet, and cooktop arrived, and delivered the countertops exactly when they promised.

“We have a very angled kitchen and a large pony wall. We wanted the same look with the new granite,” Jeanne says. “They suggested fabricating one piece for the pony wall and we agreed. It came out perfect.”

“We are very happy with the results would certainly recommend Stone Saver for any project we may consider in the future.”