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Kitchen countertops in Elizabeth Street multi-family housing | Prism TFL

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Project: 280 Elizabeth Street Multi-family housing
Location: Atlanta, GA
Architect: Lenny Mintz
Design Firm: Founders Kitchen and Bath
Material used: WF344 Queenston Oak and WF375 Diva - Woodgrain Collection

In this Multi Family Unit, 280 Elizabeth Street, the customer liked the color contrast of Diva for the kitchen's Upper Cabinets and Queenston Oak for the Base Cabinets. They both have a contemporary vibe which was the color palette they were trying to achieve. The ease of fabrication and installation of Prism TFL's panels along with the design and color, made this an easy choice.

Queenston Oak
A straight grained red oak. This charcoal blended oak combines the interest of a lumber based layout with the usability of a recon.


See Queenston Oak complementary product chart here.

Diva
Diva is a white woodgrain with light grey accents. A straight grain, rift cut teak, this design looks great when installed both vertically and horizontally. An upscale recon look with some cross grain ticking gives this design a fresh change from simple linear woodgrains.


See Diva complementary product chart here.

For more information about Prism Thermally Fused Laminates contact through our contact/quote button on top, visit Prism TFL’s page in Materials, or visit: www.prismtfl.com.

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