HomeTech Renovations, Inc., was featured in the June issue of Stone World Magazine for a kitchen remodeling project completed in Wayne, Pa.
The remodeling project included the removal of an existing laundry and storage closet to create more space for a casual dining area. The original space that formed the butler’s pantry was turned into a spacious bar, and the center island became a sink holder. This kitchen remodel also included white shaker-style cabinetry and hand-crafted tiles from Lilywork Tiles used in a herringbone pattern for all of the backsplashes. Working with hand-crafted tile requires a high degree of skill. The installation for this kitchen remodeling project was led by Ken Baker at HomeTech Renovations. All of the countertops, as well as the island, feature Belgium Bluestone.
Now complete, the kitchen remodel offers a more open environment for entertaining and a design that reflects the period style of the home.
About HomeTech Renovations, Inc.: Established in 1984 by David Cerami, HomeTech Renovations Inc., is located in the first free schoolhouse in the historic district of Fort Washington, Pa. An award-winning boutique design and building firm, HomeTech offers full-service design and remodeling services with one-on-one client attention in the development of all projects. Certified kitchen, bath, and additional design and engineering professionals assist clients in stress-free project development.
About Stone World Magazine: Stone World has been the leading news source for the international stone industry since in 1984. Their variety of articles covers the production and use of granite, limestone, marble, quartz surfacing and other materials. Readership includes architects, installers, importers, distributors, fabricators and other stone industry buyers, producers and sellers. While based in the United States, Stone World and stoneworld.com are also read by stone industry buyers and producers in more than 90 countries.
To see HomeTech’s feature in Stone World Magazine go to: http://www.stoneworld.com/articles/87587-handmade-tile-provides-a-finishing-touch