Tour a Remodeled Kitchen and a Granite Warehouse
Welcome to Episode 5 of the Village Home Show! In this episode of our show we are excited to share with you the wonderful before and after story of a kitchen we remodeled in Rock Island, Illinois. It features a stunning glass backsplash and some amazing, rich wood you are sure to love. Then we take a trip to Epic Stone in Davenport, IA to give you a tour of their location and all the wonderful options they have for natural stone countertops. We are then visited by a lighting expert who shows us some L.E.D. lighting systems featured in many of our kitchens, including the set at WQAD!
Rich Woods & Glass Backsplash Make this New Rock Island Kitchen Shine
Village Home Stores was able to help take a cramped kitchen to a dazzling new level with our full project management from start to finish. The family needed more space and a load of style. The new kitchen is so dramatic and stunning and of course, you will notice the cabinetry right away. The kitchen may have a cherry look, but it is in fact a birch wood with a burgundy stain applied.
It is a rich look at a fraction of the cost. Cambria quartz countertops with a beautiful glass subway tile backsplash in a coordinating color. The countertop look is clean and traditional, but also very fresh and new. The diode under cabinet lighting really sets things off.
A Tour of Epic Stone in Davenport, Iowa
Natural materials can be a great investment for your home. They offer a storied history of how they came to be. Marbles, granite, and soapstone are a few of the natural stone options you can see in this episode as we tour Epic Stone LLC in Davenport, IA.
This episode allows us to show you many great examples with the help of Jeff at Epic Stone. They have a gigantic selection of stones to choose from at their locally owned warehouse. You can hand-select the stone for your project and our expert fabricators team up with Epic Stone to make it perfect for your project. Thank you so much to Jeff Bass for showing us around!
Diode L.E.D. Lighting For Tour Quad Cities Home
L.E.D. stands for light emitting diode and L.E.D. lighting doesn’t emit as much heat, uses less energy than standard lighting, and has a longer life span. You can use this type of lighting under cabinets, above toekicks, outdoors, and even under water. You can also get other colors to really change things up. Lighting Expert Keri Swanberg answers our questions about this product and shares examples of installed spaces that use it.
If you are interested in Diode L.E.D Lighting, or if you have any questions about this episode of Village Home Show just call us. We want to reiterate that we are a full service home improvement store. Come visit our showroom and see all that we have to offer. You won’t find a more full service remodeling project management group in the Quad Cities Region. (309) 944-1344.