Renovation Using Countertop Remnants

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– THE HUNGERFORD RESIDENCE – Renovation with Countertop Remnants

The original home was built in the 1960’s and in need of a major renovation.  The Hungerford’s worked with Phase II Construction in Lakewood, WA and chose Johnson Stone Countertop for all countertop surfaces.  They wanted to use as many countertop remnants as possible.  The project included a new kitchen island granite countertop, a wetbar countertop made using granite countertop remnants from our remnant yard, several bathroom countertops made from granite and marble countertop remnants.  Overall, the project included a large kitchen countertop, island countertop, the wet bar and 3 bathroom vanity coutnertops.   Countertop remnants were used in four areas.

For kitchen countertop areas, the Hungerford’s chose granite.  A mix of marble and granite countetops were used in the bathrooms, based on the selection of countertop remnants available in our remnant yard.

The home including our fabrication and installation countertop work was featured in the 2009 Remodel Tour of Homes.

  • Traditional kitchen countertop design
  • All natural stone slabs
  • Multiple slabs used in kitchen
  • Countertop remnants used in bathrooms and wetbar
CUSTOMER TESTIMONIAL
“We couldn’t be happier with Johnson Stone Countertop’s customer service.  They were great to work with and very focused on the quality of craftsmanship.” – Lance Hungerford
  • Phase II  Construction
  • Fred Angelo Architecture
  • Johnson Stone Countertop for natural stone fabrication
  • Chuck Jolly for tile installation