We announced over the weekend that our A Frame cabin kitchen is ALMOST finished! The island waterfall countertop was installed in addition to the matching surface backsplash. There was huge anticipation around this delivery and installation as we had a difficult time finding sources for just the right surface and a reliable fabricator! After some research and countless quotes, weighing the pros and cons of marble over quartz, veins or less veins, etc. I knew for sure I wanted a waterfall design as this was the “jewelry” in a sense of the kitchen. It being cozy and in a cabin, it is eye-catching to see a glam slab of marble vein in a vast space of abundant pine! The other pro of choosing quartz was the fact that we will be renting this cabin out when we aren’t using it. Having renters means we cannot control what they do and spills and stains are inevitable. I still love marble but this quartz won our hearts. The exact name is “PolarStone Quartz” and we purchased 2CM – 2 slabs of 120″x63″ in “Calacutta Manhattan 5111.” While we still are not finished with the kitchen, stay tuned for updates coming. Again, thanks for following along!
Light “Wohlert” Louis Poulson // Stone Quartz from Stone Systems LLC “PolarStone Quartz 2CM – 120″x63″ Calacutta Manhattan 5111″
// Flooring Whitewashed Engineered Hickory from Lumber Liquidators // Runner rug Etsy // Butcher Block in Maple Lumber Liquidators // Cabinets IKEA // Stove 30″ Range Bertazzoni Italia //
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