We designed this kitchen to stay true to when the home was originally built in the 1920's, but added modern amenities to keep up with the times
The modern stainless Vent-A-Hood and appliances are countered with beautiful custom frameless cabinets and their subtle details to keep the 1920's feel
Black soapstone countertops with bright white cabinets and apron sink are a classic, elegant look that will never fade
The Trezzazzo “White Tundra” granite blends the dark cabinets and opalescence granite on the perimeter of the kitchen seamlessly.
A Wolf Range with grilling capacity required a 48” Vent-A-Hood with a minimum 900 CFM rating –this instigated the need for make-up air calculations and a comprehensive design plan.
The maple hardwood floors had just been refinished so we kept the kitchen cabinets in the same species but with a darker stain.
The old yellowed maple cabinets matched the floor and were not in line with the homeowner's sense of style.
These customers didn't like their counter space taken up by wine bottles so we included a wine drawer in their kitchen cabinets.
The clients’ style is simple and classic, or in their words, “fuddy duddy!,” which we translated into timeless cherry cabinetry, gorgeous Cambria countertops and a marble backsplash.
We swapped the refrigerator and the range locations to open up the entrance and create a better flow of traffic to avoid having to maneuver around the island.
By removing the soffits above the cabinets, we were able to utilize that space for additional storage and beautiful lighted display cabinets with reeded glass doors
The clients love cooking together, but were tired of bumping into each other and competing for valuable counter space when working together in their cramped kitchen.
The new kitchen has three separate work areas and a clear and designated path for those who are passing through the kitchen and not cooking.
The copper panels of this Vent-A-Hood were hand hammered in the same fashion as a piece by the homeowners’ favorite copper artist.
The beauty of these cabinets is not just skin deep. This pull out sink tray is just one example of how cabinets can make your life easier.
Natural cherry cabinetry with neutral tiles and countertops creates a warm inviting feeling in this kitchen while the floating shelves over the dishwasher truly give it an organic and open feel
A built-in message center in a kitchen is a convenient place for family calendars and other important things to keep your family on the same page.
This homeowner is an artist so we designed a backsplash that would allow them to switch artwork out, creating the most custom backsplash we’ve ever tiled. Below the backsplash is a dual fuel stove.
Blind corner pullouts are more accessible than lazy susans, yet still allow you to use the dead space in the corners of your kitchen.
This beautiful Linden Hills kitchen was designed to reflect the era of when the home was originally built, while still providing some modern day conveniences.
The adorable green glass hardware on the cabinets provides a playful pop of color to the white frameless cabinetry that provides 10% more storage space.
This homeowner was able to choose which parts of their Alaskan White granite they wanted on the peninsula.
Too big of a backsplash design can feel out of place, while too small of a backsplash design gets lost. This custom designed backsplash with silver travertine tile adds the perfect amount of pop.
Double cutlery drawers are the coolest thing for kitchens since sliced bread! They truly help you maximize your storage space and are a must for small kitchens.