Completing a Vision With Countertops

Completing a Vision With Countertops – NW Remnants

NW Remnants Designs as of late finished a beautiful ledge establishment in a 1960s home for a family in Upper St. Clair. The fashioners at NW Remnants worked intimately with the clients to meet their specifications and outperform their desires. The family was looking for another ledge for their kitchen, with a specific vision for the island, the focal point of their kitchen.

These ledges finished the whole look of this kitchen.


Make their kitchen welcoming and agreeable for engaging.

Needed a white and dim shading plan.

Needed a practical material that is anything but difficult to keep up.

The Design Process

These ledges were a significant piece of finishing this current customer’s kitchen structure. To commence the structure procedure, the clients made a trip to the Mont Granite warehouse in Crafton to choose the ideal ledge material.

Mont Granite furnishes clients with endless granite and quartz choices that change on a week by week premise. The clients chose granite as their material, which is solid, heat safe, recolor safe, and simple to clean. It scratched off all the containers of what our client was searching for in a material.

The specific granite the client chose is called Silver Cloud. Thus, NW Remnants Designs booked the conveyance of their two stone chunks to our showroom. When it showed up at our store, the clients came down to see their material with backsplash alternatives, to tie the appearance of the whole kitchen together.

Before NW fabricators started cutting the stone, we spread out the chose granite with our formats for the section design. This happens in our shop, found straightforwardly beneath our showroom, and we welcomed the clients to be a piece of this procedure. The wooden layouts are collected in the client’s home to make a fake ledge. The layouts are then laid on the stone for clients to help with picking areas of the chunk that they need to utilize. Silver Cloud has a ton of development and variety in its example, so the clients demonstrated areas they needed to feature and keep away from. The clients picked their preferred segment of the stone as their island piece during the chunk format process.

As a characteristic stone, pieces of granite fluctuate in sizes. The normal section is around 55 square feet. Because of the huge size of the island, it was important to have a crease in the island as the chunks were not wide enough to make it in one piece. During the piece design, the clients had the option to see where and how our fabricator would vein coordinate the stone to make the best appearance once seamed together. Each crease area is work specific. Our creators and fabricators favor the least measure of creases conceivable. The quantity of creases is at last chosen by the size of the stone, just as the security of moving and introducing the stone in the client’s home, for example entryways, stairways, bureau format, and so on.

We seal all granite ledges during the manufacture procedure preceding establishment. The sealer keeps stains from happening to the characteristic stone. NW Remnants Designs suggests re-fixing your granite ledges each a few years with BulletProof Sealer, an item accessible to buy in our showroom. Clients can re-seal their ledges by following the easy to use headings on this item.

At NW, it is our objective to finish each extend in an auspicious way. Our fabricators are full-time representatives who work determinedly to offer quality craftsmanship. We ceaselessly spoke with the clients to stay up with the latest on the advancement of their new counters.

Our ledge establishment is a one-day process. Depending of the size of the venture, establishment may just take a few hours!


Perfect ledges are the feature of this kitchen.

The Overhang

The specifications of the island overhang, as chose by the client, had a 6″ span on the island corner, where it overhangs, to give the seating area a gentler and more amiable look. Steel sections were introduced to help bolster the heaviness of the granite, rather than corbels. This is perfect for the client, as they have bar stools utilized for suppers or engaging, and the absence of corbels takes into account knee room. It additionally gives the island a progressively present day look.

The Granite

Silver Cloud is white with dark and dim. The white veining supplements their white cupboards. The shading of the stone permits the kitchen to have a general light feel, yet the differentiation shields it from being distinct white.

The Seam

The clients picked a hardened steel farmhouse sink. The sink pattern just permits a restricted segment of ledge behind the rear of the sink to the divider. Our fabricators had the option to put the crease in the back right corner of the sink, rendering it for all intents and purposes imperceptible.