Grant Park Craftsman
Grant Park Craftsman
Check out the full video from this remodel here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FinKK3x2_Qw
Near the infamous Grant Park and Zoo Atlanta, we found a sweet historic home beautifully restored by our latest Prime Cabinetry customer Andrew Tibbetts. This 3 bedrooms 2 bath Craftsman style house was built in 1906, and almost 60 years later was renovated in 1965. In 2018 Andrew, owner of Tibbetts Workshop, fully remodeled the house. “It was a complete gut job.” Says Andrew. The home had previous owners who neglected the house, and it had become quite obvious that it was aging. His current day buyers were determined to put down roots in this neighborhood and chose the fixer-upper because of its charm and character. “They loved the idea of restoring the home.” Says Andrew. This 100-year-old walk-in was a blank canvas for the buyers. With a basement to finish and outdoor space to update they were up for the challenge. Prime Cabinetry was a huge assist in all cabinets installed into the home, and Interior Designer Carl Mattison worked with Andrew to give the house the TLC it desperately needed.
Choosing Prime Cabinetry
For this Historic Atlanta home, Prime Cabinetry assisted with the kitchen, bath, and basement wet bar remodel. Andrew was thrilled with the finished product and happy to present a fresh new look to his clients. Through online searching, Andrew found Prime Cabinetry and has enjoyed working with us ever since. When asked what it was about our company that caught his attention, he said “The wide selection of styles and competitive pricing” was what drew him to us. Andrew was pleased with the design process and the quick turn-around time of the product. He also knew his clients wanted to maximize storage in the kitchen, and Prime designer Heather Cross made sure that was a priority for the layout. “Pantries are always good for storage!” Andrew said about the functionality of the space.
Keeping the Charm
The entire project took a total of 7 months from start to finish with Prime Cabinetry jumping in around November 2018. Designer Heather Cross worked with Andrew directly to help him achieve the look he wanted with the cabinets. “The two-tone kitchen really made a statement, and the clients wanted to create their own family-based home while still maintaining the historic charm,” Andrew said.
To anyone just starting out with their kitchen remodel Andrew says, “Workflow is important, so stick with what is most effective! Your kitchen is not the first, and others have already figured out what key elements make the most sense for your space.” Prime Cabinetry agrees! This Grey and White kitchen show off our Shaker-style beautifully. From colors to functionality we were certainly happy to be a part of such a fun remodel that gave Andrew and his clients their dream kitchen.