05 November 2010
Posted by Paul Anater at 6:22 AM
Almost a year ago I wrote a post about Viola Park, a new semi-custom cabinet line from amazingly custom cabinet maker Henrybuilt. A year later and my fondness for Viola Park remains as does Henrybuilt's commitment to bringing great design to more people.
Recently, Viola Park has added a series of counters to go with their semi custom kitchens and by combining a counter order with cabinet order, it's possible for someone to streamline their renovation process and save some money at the same time.
Because the counters are made to go with the kitchen design at the Henrybuilt factory in Seattle, all of the edges can be finished and the overhangs calculated ahead of time. Any corners are also machined and ready to be installed upon delivery.
Most intelligently, the rear edges of the counters are left unfinished so that they can be scribed against an uneven wall in the field if need be.
The materials in Viola Park's counter program are part of the program due to their high quality and longevity but also due to their relative ease in installation.
It's a really smart idea and it's being executed very well.
Viola Park is only available from Viola Park directly. If you're interested in a Viola Park kitchen, I encourage you to contact them through their website. Viola Park's dedicated project coordinators are waiting to answer your questions and help you get started on their process.
As I said a year ago and so so again today, bravo Viola Park.