An Abbotsford company is the recipient of four awards from the recent Fraser Valley Housing Awards of Excellence, hosted by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association.
Stattonrock Design + Build was named Residential Renovator of the Year, and also received awards for the Best Kitchen Renovation under $50,000, Best Kitchen Renovation over $50,000, and Best Renovation – Whole House ($250,000 to $500,000).
The fifth annual awards were announced in a virtual event on Feb. 20.
Stattonrock won the under-$50,000 kitchen award for a design in the home of a client who is a professional baker.
The finished renovation blended both modern and classic elements and included a bold colour palette, the use of natural light, innovative cabinetry design to create multiple work stations, a grand island and a custom window seat with built-in storage.
The kitchen also featured a custom cookbook cover, a brightly lit coffee corner and quartz waterfall countertops.
Stattonrock won the over-$50,000 kitchen award for a design featuring an open floor plan, hickory hardwood floors, a neutral palette, an expansive island, pendant lighting and floor-to-ceiling cabinetry.
A unique element was the fully custom-built banquette with bespoke tufted cushions and a locally built regal table.
The kitchen is situated in the home for which Stattonrock received the “whole house” award.
In addition to the kitchen reno, work on the home included a bar finished with a quilted diamond-pattern backsplash, an intentional area for the clients’ heirloom buffet, a laundry/mud room with built-in custom cabinetry, a guest bathroom, a main bathroom, a bedroom, and exterior work featuring stacked granite stonework, Allura shakes, double wood doors and timber gable detail.
Stattonrock completed 18 renovations and five new-home builds in 2020.
The company is also involved in charitable endeavours, partnering with Food for the Hungry in 2016 and Foundry Abbotsford in 2018, setting a goal to donate $100,000 over 10 years.
Stattonrock has also supported the community of Acul in Guatemala for 10 years, including previously sending a team there. During the pandemic they have pivoted to online fundraising and so far have collected $125,000.