See before and after photos of some of our favorite
kitchen and bathroom remodel projects.
Timeless Kitchen Remodel
Our client wanted to open up their kitchen from a closed-in peninsula. We opened up the kitchen by changing the previous layout to include an island. We removed the soffits and pantry closet. We took advantage of the existing tall ceilings, with beautiful tall cabinets and a very large crown molding. The soft tones of gray make this kitchen very soothing and comfortable, and the white, beveled subway tile gives a unique texture to the back-splash. The large island provides plenty of room for prepping and serving while still being a part of the group. The pendant lights and glass doors feature a stunning seedy glass.
Gourmet Kitchen Remodel
This stunning gourmet kitchen evolved out of client frustration with the lack of function in their existing kitchen in the home they had just purchased. We had worked with these clients before on a master bathroom remodel in their previous home, which they were very pleased with so when they bought this home and it just wasn’t functioning well for them, they called us for help. They needed our expertise to turn their outdated, inefficient, kitchen into their vision of a much larger, more modern, highly efficient, kitchen they would actually enjoy cooking in on a daily basis as well as creating a kitchen that would lend itself to entertaining. We were able to give them that with reconfiguring the kitchen, extending the kitchen into the old dinette area to create a beverage bar area, and opening up the walls and adding a magnificent island perfect for entertaining. The Stone we selected with the client for the island just created such a beautiful focal point as you enter the home it just draws you in. They are thoroughly enjoying every bit of the kitchen now. It has truly become the heart of the home.
See the before and after photos of our recent rustic chic gourmet kitchen remodel. This kitchen is full of interest with its dark knotty alder cabinets, black walnut island top, and brick backsplash. The cabinets go to the ceiling with a large crown, glass cabinet doors and cup pull hardware on the drawers. Free folding shelves on each side the range filled with treasures collected and enjoyed. The backsplash is brick tile, which I added mortar to the face of tile before install to give it a vintage old world look. We went with a neutral perimeter color quartz countertop to show off the black walnut top and fun brick tile backsplash. The pendant lights bring the dark color of the cabinets into the design. This kitchen will always be a favorite!