We just visited Ferguson’s freshly renovated showroom in King of Prussia and we think you’ll love it! It’s packed with tons of fresh new kitchen and bath fixtures.
Check them out at 302 Hansen Access Rd in King of Prussia.
They’re open Monday through Friday from 9 to 5 and Saturday from 10 to 5.
The renovation created a more functional kitchen with modern style — all within the existing space. Rich Shaker-style cabinets, gray Quartz counter-tops and a variety of glass and stone mosaic tile give the kitchen a contemporary edge. Changing just a few things made a 180-degree difference.
Like it? Get the look:
1 – Shaker Style Cabinets by Stimmel Consulting Group
2 – 2″ x 12″ Himachal Black Slate from Gravena Tile
3 – Random Stick Slate and Glass Mosaic in Rust from Gravena Tile
4 – Honed Stormy Sky Chroma Quartz
5 – 1/2″ x 1/2″ Topkapi Stone and Glass Mosaic from Gravena Tile
Another successful kitchen renovation with cabinetry designer Dave Stimmel made the pages of Main Line Today, June 2014 issue (page 48).
Not having seen or sampled this product in person, we can’t vouch for it, but the email announcement sure got our blood pumping like a triple shot of espresso. Check out these features:
Brews and cleans with the push of a button
Installs anywhere without special plumbing
Integrates seamlessly with other Wolf products
Drool… Add to that Wolf’s sterling reputation and a cup warming drawer?! We can’t wait to check it out. You can learn more here: http://www.subzero-wolf.com/oven/built-in-coffee#product_list
Bryn Mawr, PA – Before the renovation, a dated vanity floated above the floor in contemporary fashion. Angled ceiling height mirrors above the vanity were a bit much for this sophisticated homeowner. As part of a larger renovation, the powder room finishes were removed and the vanity was replaced by a more classic washstand. Blue-gray walls pair well with the geometric patterned tile floor for a look that balances classic style and modern flair.
Recent renovations added character and charm to this Villanova home.
While the Main Line’s McMansions offer a dramatic amount of square footage, high ceilings, and big closets, they’re generally devoid of the charm and character associated with the region’s traditional dwellings.
In a well-written article from the Philadelphia Inquirer, Gardner/Fox architect and co-owner Mark Fox offers insight on the popular renovations that are bringing these particular homes from bland to grand. Give it a read: http://www.philly.com/philly/living/20140523_Remaking_McMansions.html.
Bonus: Photo gallery features a surprising bath renovation.
Customized to fit your space, the “rug” is installed first, and the rest of the tile is worked in around it. It’s a great way to personalize your floor!
In this gorgeous master bath, a custom marble Listello incorporates soothing greens and creamy neutrals to give the impression of a fine rug. Inside the border, square Thassos marble have been tiles laid on a diagonal.
The intricate design plays well with the subtle grays and elegant white tones of the main tile while evoking a feeling of luxury.
“My call to Gardner/Fox was answered by Eric Bruns and he provided me with service that went far beyond what I expected and proved that when one deals with a first rate company, first rate service is given. Thank you for this service. You are fortunate to have such a polite and attentive employee. Thanks also for my Great Room, which after 16 years still makes me smile in pleasure when I look around.”
Residential Client Review, Rose Valley PA
Bryn Mawr, PA – Before the renovation, a peninsula jutted in the kitchen at an awkward angle, separating the kitchen from the breakfast room and giving it a contemporary feel. The angled peninsula was removed to unite the kitchen and breakfast room. A large wooden island with built in seating was added in its place along with room-brightening white cabinetry. Brand new hardwood floors replaced dated tiles to create a sophisticated transitional kitchen.