The Soapstone for the counters was quarried right here in Virginia by Alberene Soapstone. The trim and frame of the opening/doorway and the baseboards were carefully designed to replicate the originals. Trim seems like such a small detail but the craftsmanship of the contractor and his team makes you take notice. When completed the transition between old and new should be nonexistent.
There is a pretty awesome view out that window and now the sink is in front of it. Even better.
The fireclay farm sink is by Rohl. The cabinet above the fridge was a tragedy of contracting. The cost of home renovation is that there are always a few errors. Do you brush yourself off or make the rest of the project a drudgery. It’s really up to you, because having a project go off without a few mistakes is not humanly possible. If you think about it…in the grand scheme these aren’t really “problems”.
Ahh…there it is, and the counter too. BTW – the back splash is 3×6 honed Carrera marble tile from Mosaic.