Visit Architectural Justice on Saturday, April 22nd for a fun day of design exploration on the second annual Medina County Renovation Tour. Housed in a renovated barn, Architectural Justice offers a unique approach to remodeling and design, featuring a 20,000 square foot showroom that includes almost every product imaginable for your home. In addition to the showroom and expansive stone yard you will get to go behind the scenes and tour their artisan workshops to see how their designs come to life. Tour the granite shop where artisans craft and fabricate custom countertops and many other surface applications. Visit the cabinet shop to see their highly-skilled master craftsmen work to create quality cabinetry, furniture and millwork.
5 Steps for Remodeling Success: 10:30am and 1:30pm
From concept to production to installation, Architectural Justice is determined to produce innovative, functional spaces, while staying on the cutting edge of design. Learn about the remodeling process at Architectural Justice and what to expect each step of the way.
Countertop Material Guide: 12 noon and 3pm
With over 3,000 full slabs of stone on premise, Architectural Justice is one of the largest stocking fabricators in Northeast Ohio. Learn about the properties, care, and maintenance of granite, marble, quartz and more.
Tours of the showroom and shops will occur throughout the day where you can meet with designers and artisans regarding your kitchen and bath projects. There will be specials on granite and marble plus all furniture and home accessories will be 10% off. If you visit Architectural Justice during the tour, you’ll be entered into a drawing to win some great prizes from their showroom. Enjoy light food and beverage, including items that will be featured at Architectural Justice’s new Café in Strongsville. You will also be able to experience live demos of Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances throughout the day.
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Visit www.therenovationtour.com for more information on all of the stops.