Updated Cabinetry Transforms a Home 6

Mark and Genny Rosenau built their beautiful Falcon Ridge home in 2000. They still love the area and their neighborhood, but they thought the house needed an update. Earlier this year, they replaced the light colored tile throughout their lower level with rich, dark hardwood floors. As is so often the case, one thing led to another and they found themselves in the midst of a big renovation.

“First we decided to have dark end caps installed on our staircase in the front entry, and rod iron spindles added,” says Genny. “But, with the floor and the stairs darkened, the cabinets throughout the first floor looked too light. The domino effect had begun.”

Genny remembered seeing an article about KC Wood in a Lifestyle Publication and met with them. She liked the fact that they could reface cabinets instead of replacing them. In the end, the Rosenaus refaced cabinets throughout the kitchen and in the living room, the master bathroom and a hall bath. They used a clear Alder wood and selected a dark stain to match the stair end caps.

According the Genny, the KC Wood crew did a great job.  “They had great ideas and thought of things we hadn’t. And the installation crew was as particular as we are! They handled every detail to our satisfaction.”

Kitchen 2:

Hall Bath:  Living room:

Stairway:

Master bath: