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Reno of 1947 seaside cottage & guest house
From dark & gloomy to bathed in light

Charles Lantz Cabinetry - Where the finest is standard!
Feature Project October '08

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Although the exterior and grounds were charming, new owners of this 1947 cottage found the interior dark and gloomy. Charles Lantz Cabinetry played a key role in transforming kitchens and living areas in both the cottage and guest house.

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To the left of the island is a comfortable tv area featuring more fine storage opportunities by CLC.

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At the end of the living area two shelving units bracketing double French doors. To the left is a handy work station and to the right, more storage.

The open concept features a pallette of whites and blues generating a mood of comfort and relaxation.

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Photo left, puts the focus on the kitchen sink area. To the right are photos from the guest house - the kitchen, although cozy, is home to plenty of storage. A set of CLC shelving and cabinets backdrop the dining table.

The Charles Lantz Cabinetry crew were:Dana Tanner as builder, Kyle Veinotte and Winston Wagner assisted and Brent Strong was the finisher. The general contractor was Norman Whynot of Kinburn Property Company (phone 902-624-9521).

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