Stunning Kitchen Update in Fairfax Station
In a home nestled alongside the woods of Fairfax Station amidst wildlife and nature, empty nesters transformed their impractical 1980’s kitchen into a welcoming oasis.
The homeowners’ most beloved element is their dogs’ water station, with a pot filler faucet. MOSS worked closely with our customers to ensure that it was designed to be as easy to use as possible but also blend in well with the overall kitchen design. Plus, MOSS ensured that the pets were kept safe throughout the duration of the project.
To ensure a unified finish at the exposed ends of a well-planned 3”x6” brick-laid, beveled subway tile backsplash, 3”x3” beveled tiles were special ordered. The seamless finished-edge, without cutting the bevel and without using a Schluter or bullnose, is the attention to detail the MOSS design commanded.