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Updated and Fresh

Fresh cabinetry created a refined look in this kitchen. The cabinets were replaced with a semi-custom product and the trim work creates a finished look by tying the upper cabinets to the ceiling. Wasted space in the kitchen was put to use and the small details give my clients the little lifestyle enhancements they love. The under cabinet lighting and white backsplash along with the new pendants over the island make the space brighter. It’s a great space for the whole family.

Not So Blue

This project took a 1960’s kitchen in a 1920’s house and upgraded it for a growing family. The outdated storage closet was removed and two pantry cabinets were installed. When the house was built, refrigeration was in its infancy, dishwashers were still 40 years away and microwave ovens were 60 years in the future. By starting from scratch, the compromises of the past were eliminated and the kitchen was designed for our client’s lifestyle. We took a space that had adjustment after adjustment and created a modern kitchen that is efficient but respects the architecture of the house. Storage innovations abound and a microwave drawer will allow their children to prepare after school snacks on their own.

Traditional & Natural Kitchen

We added a pantry cabinet, more countertop space, and more storage room. The old space was not well lit, so we added recessed lighting taking, added under cabinet lights, and new pendants over the peninsula making the space brighter. The knotty alder cabinetry adds a rustic feel to the room.

Bringing It Together

Our focus with this project was to bring together three disjoint spaces. The owner had a beautiful outdoor living area, sun room, and a kitchen that just didn’t flow together. By removing walls, changing the sun room door, and removing the grids from the windows, the spaces are tied together and create a open, inviting space that’s great for entertaining. (Photo by Gregg Willett Photography)

Small Shift, Big Difference

We made a number of minor changes to the floor plan that had an overall huge impact on the layout and functionality of the space. By adding painted upper cabinets combined with gray stained lower cabinets, and a pantry cabinet, we doubled the storage space.

Contemporary Flair

There were a number of subtle changes in the layout of this kitchen that made a big difference. We removed the soffit to create a more open feel. The oven was relocated to make more pantry space and create larger landing zones around the cook top. The backsplash and vent hood were designed to be a focal point in the kitchen. Glass tile and a glass wall hood have contemporary lines and contrast with the warm cherry cabinetry.