Our Recent Work
I hope everyone had a safe and happy Memorial Day weekend! I’ve received requests from a few of our customers to post photos on our blog of work we’ve completed for them and of course I’m more than happy to oblige! We love showing off our work any chance we can get and are very flattered that our customers can’t wait to show the world what we’ve done for them!
This granite color is called Brass Blue with an Ogee edge. Gorgeous material, but very delicate due to the deep veining that runs through it. Jose, our fabricator did a great job of book matching the backsplash. The kitchen looks amazing with the white cabinets! It really brings out the subtle blue tones of the granite.
This entire bathroom was done in Scabos Travertine. This photo was taken prior to it being completed, but you can tell it will be beautiful! The floor and the strip (called a listello) running along the wall is in a Versailles or French pattern which is very popular at the moment. It really gives the travertine a lot of dimension and brings out all the natural colors. Our customer installed this himself and we supplied the tile. He did a fantastic job! I’ll show photos later in this blog of the counters we installed in his kitchen.
This kitchen features Juparana Nambia granite. It’s prized for it’s movement and really works well with the homeowner’s existing tile flooring. With the stainless appliances, white cabinets, and oil rubbed hardware it wasn’t hard finding a color that would compliment the surrounding decor beautifully. The edge detail shown here is a half bullnose.
This is Creme Bordeaux which is a little difficult to see based on the angle the picture was taken due to the glare, but it has bits of red that run sporadically through it that work well to accent the red and cream walls the homeowner chose. The faucet was put in after the picture was taken so that is why we see a sink that seems to be missing something. 😉
This granite is called Carpe Diem and for good reason! It inspires me to “seize the day” by cooking a fabulous meal! This is the kitchen to the home with the travertine tile shown earlier in the blog. I could go on and on about this kichen between the beautiful rustic wood floors and the simple craftsman cabinets. I wouldn’t change a thing about it! I can’t wait to see what he plans to do for the backsplash.
Santa Cecelia with a Straight polish edge really take these oak cabinets to the next level. I love the random pattern in the tile on the floor. The flooring was existing prior to Stone Saver’s work, but I wish we could take credit for it!
I hope you enjoyed the fruits of our labor. I’ll be posting more photos as they come in!