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Our Chrysalis Awards
for Remodeling Excellence:

2014 Bath Remodel
under $40,000

2013 Kitchen Remodel
under $50,000

2013 Commercial Remodel

2012 Best Kitchen Remodel
under $50,000

2011 Green
Remodeling Project

2011 Residential Exterior
under $100,000

2011 Residential Exterior
under $100,000

National Award
2010 National Remodeler
of the Year - Co-Winner

National Winner
2009 Remodeler

of the Year

2008 Midwest
Remodeler of the Year

2007 Universal Design

2006 Best Interior
Residential Specialty Item

2005 Best Bath
Remodel Under $50,000

Artistic Renovations, LLC
Remodelers of Seven Hills, OH

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Industry Associations: NARI, HBA, Remodelors Council, and PRO
Professional Designation:

Ken Perrin
479 Elm Court
Seven Hills, OH 44131
Phone: 216-520-0838
Fax: 216-524-3398

2013 Best Kitchen Remodel under $50,000
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The owners wanted their 1920s home to be updated but still retain a classic look. We took a classic design cabinet door (shaker style) and used it in pure white. The owners wanted the island and seat/bench to stand out and really pop. We custom built those pieces so we could get the color just right for the owner. The lighting used was period lights. Recessed cans and under counter lights really brighten the work surfaces and can also be dimmed to offer a night light or change the mood. The absolute black counter was the real surprise in this project. The owners insisted they did not want granite, but in our fabrication shop we showed them absolute black that had been honed and leathered, and it was love at first sight. The dinette was custom built from rosewood that was salvaged out of a local high school that was being renovated, and the metal was welded and left exposed to give it an industrial look. The client has many parties and everyone loves the kitchen and how open it feels.