By Roger Hazard
A whole-house renovation project I managed here in Austin is approaching completion, and I wanted to share a sneak peek of the completed kitchen. More photos of the entire project are coming soon!
Almost every surface in the kitchen was replaced, with the exception of the original terrazzo floors, which were polished. New custom cabinetry, countertops, tile work, lighting, and fixtures were installed.
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