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Rustic Design Kitchens Burlington/Reclaimed Wood Kitchens Burlington:
Our most creative project yet... This rustic kitchen features reclaimed wood shelving with welded steel, antique glazed maple wood cabinets with a yellow and maroon finish, a reclaimed wood breakfast bar, and the homeowner's personal touch...an antique hutch, that not only helped save on cost, but added great character to the overall rustic design. And just look at the personal touches - wow!.... the homeowner's choice of brick on the back wall, look at the dishes, the recipe books on display, and even the choice of high chair;) This homeowner is an incredible photographer, but should also consider interior design ;). Thank you for the photos and for choosing to work with us Brigitte Elise Photography!
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2016-07-19
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Reclaimed Wood Burlington - Stefand Woodwork: We sell and install reclaimed wood...we incorporate it into our kitchens...we build vanities with it...we love reclaimed wood! Here is our latest reclaimed wood cladding installation in Oakville...
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2016-11-13
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High Gloss Kitchen with Reclaimed Wood Island - Another Great Kitchen by Stefand Woodwork, Burlington:
Finding the perfect product combination is our specialty. For this renovation in Hamilton, we paired high gloss cabinets with a reclaimed wood island. We matched the aluminum door/drawer handles with aluminum tubing for the corner shelving, finished with reclaimed wood shelves to tie in the island. Hamilton really is the new place to be, and we were glad to play our part. This house was put on the market this past October, and sold in less than a week. Again, another solid renovation team, and outstanding craftsmanship all around. Thank you for sending us these professional photos once the project was complete!
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2016-11-02
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Reclaimed Wood for Sale Burlington - We Sell Barn Board: Here is one of our own installs from this week. DIY is more challenging with corners, so this customer left it to the experts to make sure the wood was continuous around those corners ;). Give us a call or text us at 905-902-6671 to book an appointment to view or purchase our wood. Our wood storage/shop is located just north of Dundas on Mill Street, in Waterdown.
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2016-10-14
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Barn Board For Sale Burlington - Reclaimed Wood Burlington - Stefand Woodwork: Two customers who purchased wood from us this week sent us these photos of their DIY installs. The brown wall, the customer purchased the wood at noon, and sent us the photos before 4pm. The grey wall, the person sent us the photo the next day. All of our wood is cut to width, thickness planed, cleaned, brushed, and ready to install. We now also sell thinner pieces, giving you exactly the same finish on your wall, for a more affordable price. Thin brown, $3.50/square foot, thick brown $4.50/square foot, thin grey $4.20/square foot.
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2016-10-14
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Modern Kitchens GTA - High Gloss Mixed with Laminate:
We were lucky enough to get a hold of more professional photos from a very modern project we just completed on Ellerbeck Street - Toronto Danforth. We did the kitchen, which was high gloss mixed with laminate. Appliances were built-in and integrated, (and the contractor had a great idea to order an extra piece of matching laminate to make a custom wine rack across from the built-in high gloss pantry - wow!). The wood on the wall was purchased from us - we delivered it cleaned, cut to width, and thickness planed to make for an easy install). The custom mantle in the basement, we built using Walnut - great quality and sharp looking! All of the bathroom and laundry room vanities/cabinetry we made from either high gloss or laminate, matching the materials in the kitchen. The space was maximized in the smaller bedroom upstairs with our built-in high gloss cabinetry. This house has just been listed, and before we finish this post will likely already have been sold. The buyers will be pleased with the quality of this reno; we, of course, guarantee our quality, and this home renovator truly pays attention to every detail and properly finishes every job.
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2016-08-30
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Harvest Tables Burlington: By Stefand Woodwork
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Here is one of our harvest tables made of reclaimed wood and a 2 x 4 welded steel structure:
Going ‘Green’? Here are three different types of rescued wood you can choose for your furniture or cabinetry:
1) Most popular right now is 'reclaimed wood'; wood that is taken from old barns, warehouses, etc., with history and character.
2) Another option is to use wood cut from trees that died naturally – i.e. have you ever heard of ‘wormy maple’? Wormy maple gets its name from the worm-like tunnels created by the ambrosia beetles that infested the tree. The infestation also causes a fungus to form, which gives the wood its beautiful black and grey streaks. 'Spalted wood' is the general term referring to wood with unique colouring caused by various types of fungi.
3)There is also the option of 'salvaged wood', referring to wood cut from trees that fell naturally, for example, after a storm.
Of course, make sure your woodworker kiln dries these types of woods to make sure there is nothing living in your furniture;) This also reduces the natural moisture in the wood, which causes it to expand.
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2016-07-27
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Reclaimed Wood Vanity - Modern Vanities Burlington:
Here are two reclaimed wood vanities for a house flip in Burlington; we're proud of these. This home was put on the market this past week, and sold in less than 24 hours. The new homeowners must be pleased with the seller's attention to detail, modern design, and the overall quality of the construction. It was great working with this team!
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2016-07-04
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Modern Kitchens in Burlington; Check out photos of one of our most recent projects, and read a little bit about what we do best:
Stefand Woodwork is a family proprietorship, specializing in modern kitchens and other woodwork. All of our products are custom built, locally, to fit your space.
Whether you prefer to incorporate reclaimed wood, include welded steel shelving, mix high gloss with laminate, or simply like a minimalist design, we specialize in finding the perfect product combination to add style and character to your home. We also sell and install reclaimed wood. For this project, we built and installed the kitchen entirely. The reclaimed wood on the walls was purchased from us, and the home owner did a fantastic job installing to save on cost. Installation is made easy when you buy our wood; it's cleaned, brushed, cut to width, and thicknes planed.
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2016-06-15
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Minimalist Walnut Kitchens Burlington – Here at Stefand Woodwork we like working with walnut. The grain of the wood is distinct, rich, and modern. The straight wood grain also makes it nice for a minimalist kitchen, characterized by clean horizontal and vertical lines, frameless cabinetry, and functional and sleek appliances. This was a kitchen we completed in Kitchener, and we’re so glad to have had customers with such a great eye for quality and minimalist design. 
Wondering whether to go maple or walnut for your kitchen? Here are a few tips: The cost is similar for both wood types, although walnut plywood runs slightly more expensive, and its soft texture makes staining slightly more time consuming and thus costly. The maple grain is more consistent and gives more of a blended appearance across the cabinets, where the walnut grain can change from cabinet to cabinet. And lastly, almost any colour or stain can be applied to maple, while walnut isn’t as accepting of stain, keeping its more pronounced grain, and is best with a clear finish.
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2016-03-20
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