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August 26, 2016

Lesher Kitchen Tour 2016 – 28 Woodland Avenue

28 Woodland Avenue


Kitchen Profile for:   28 Woodland Avenue

Remodel or new build?  Remodel Chris Marozin Construction

Year of the above?  2011

Perimeter Countertop:   Ubatuba granite from Lesher Natural Stone, Quartz, & Tile

Island Countertop:    Ubatuba granite from Lesher Natural Stone, Quartz, & Tile

 Backsplash:  Subway Tiles

Cabinets:   Wellborne Cabinets from Lezzer Lumber

Floor:  Porcelain from Dal Tile

Lighting:  Progress Lighting

Appliances:  Lowes , see comments below

Sink:  Blanco Silganite II sinks for the kitchen and bar sink from Lesher Natural Stone, Quartz, & Tile

Do you have unique kitchen features that you love?

“I live in a house built in the late 50’s and the kitchen had always been a small separate space in the home. With a lot of blood, sweat and tears (the blood and sweat were my contractor’s, – the tears were mine as I continued to spend more and more money than originally planned on my kitchen remodel) my kitchen is now open to the family room and a true entertainment space, thanks to the great ideas and collaboration with my contractor, Chris Marozin.’

“I love my breakfast bar which is a floating piece of granite without any cabinets underneath it. My contractor designed a custom steel support structure to hold the weight of the granite, giving it a floating effect.   With no cabinets under the island it really makes it feel part of the great room versus two separate spaces, which can be difficult to accomplish in an older home without major construction.”

“I had existing  granite stone walls and initially I was very uncertain about covering them with cabinetry, but we used that area as a bar/drink station. In the end, the cherry cabinets and the under cabinet lighting really highlight the  granite stone walls.”

“I have a Bosch glass range hood and Bosch induction cooktop that I love. I have a touch faucet, which is very convenient.”

“My microwave and oven are stacked one on top of each other and it really has the look of a double oven.  I like the streamlined look of the microwave versus it having a separate location.”

Was there a cabinet maker, builder, or anyone you’d like to give credit to regarding the inspiration, design or decorating of your kitchen?

Chris Marozin, from Marozin Construction (717) 896-6437, Lezzer Lumber,  and Lesher Natural Stone, Quartz, & Tile of course!

See the inside of this and eight other homes during the Lesher Kitchen Tour.  Get all the details and find out how to get your FREE pass to enter.  Subscribe at the top right hand side of this page and see each kitchen profile as we post them.  There are limited passes to this exclusive event in downtown Hershey.  Pick up yours today.  See you on the tour!


Posted by Cindy Lesher
at 3:19 pm
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