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70s kitchen transformed with cherry wood & contemporary styling
"The cupboards came in pieces . . . and everything fit - it's amazing!" - Sandra Forsythe

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beautiful cherry cabinetry

Sandra and Gary Forsythe have lived in their Bridgewater home for 23 years. They recently finished a 13-year renovation project - one room at a time. Their last upgrade was the 70s kitchen. "Our friends had Charles Lantz kitchens that we really liked," recalls Sandra. "We looked at his website and went to him."

beautiful cherry cabinetry

Countertops are Formica Solid Surface with integrated sink.

beautiful hardwood cabinetry beautiful hardwood cabinets

click photos for larger versions of this beautiful kitchen's contemporary cherry cabinetry

contemporary cabinetry cherry wood

"I like cooking," says Sandra, "and I'm very pleased - it's a huge renovation. The whole kitchen was gutted. He did the countertops - he did it all. The cupboards come in pieces . . . everything fit - it's amazing! And you couldn't find nicer men."

contemporary hardwood cabinets laundry room - cherry cabinets

click photos for larger versions of this beautiful kitchen and adjoining laundry room

Charles Lantz crew

CLC builders for the Forsythe project: The builder was Roy Parsons, Melbourne McGinnis and Winston Wagner assisted. Kyle Veinotte constructed the solid surface top and Jeff Crouse did all the finishing.

Charles Lantz comments

"This is a gorgeous contemporary style kitchen, the exterior of the cabinetry is solid cherry with a rich cherry stained finish. The countertops are Formica Solid Surface with their integrated solid surface sink. I would like to thank the Forsythes for allowing CLC to help with their special project."

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