This Olympia home was updated by removing old tile and carpet and replaced with a stunning Acacia hardwood floor. The species Acacia has strikingly dynamic grain and knots. Some say these attributes contribute to a home full of positive energy, exuberant flow and optimistic attitude. As one of the hardest woods in the world, Acacia’s dynamic looks adds exciting spirit to a home with long-lasting durability as well as an elegant look.
Additionally, First Finishers extended the home’s kitchen footprint by moving several of the walls in the kitchen. New Whitman “Dover White” cabinets and Quartz “Alpine” countertops were installed along with under counter lights to add additional illumination to the kitchen. The finishing touch to this kitchen makeover was a tile backsplash in “Artic Ice Subway” and the installation of all new appliances.
Lastly, for an architectural effect, and for space conservation, a pocket door was installed along with a “Dryer Box”. The dryer box is a space saving feature that recesses the dryer flush with the wall and allows more room in a small and constricted environment.