A Functional and Beautiful Kitchen for You and Your Family
Whether your plan is a simple facelift or a complete overhaul of your kitchen, we will dive deep into design ideas, best use of space, and how material selections will drive costs.
We understand the kitchen is the heart of the home, and a central area for cooking, entertaining, doing homework, and spending time together with your family and friends.
We Combine Timeless Design, Functionality, and Money-Saving Efficiency to Reach Your Goals
We include timeless architectural and interior details with cutting edge amenities so the look and feel of your new kitchen fits the age and style of your home's original design while maximizing functionality.
If you’ve dreamed of a beautiful kitchen for serving meals and hosting dinner parties, our design service is just what you need to translate your vision into a reality.
We Help you Choose a Kitchen that Compliments Your Style
When you embark on a kitchen remodeling project working with a professional team ensures that you will be happy with the results for years to come. We are experts in the design and construction of a variety of kitchen styles. Here are some of the most notable:
- Contemporary. A mix of materials, shape, and scale set this style apart in comparison to a modern kitchen. A contemporary kitchen is playful in form and finishes and includes elements of other styles to create its own reflection of the times. The style exudes personality and allows expression through the use of different materials such as a vibrant patterned backsplash and the use of a variety of materials such as wood, stone, metal, and glass.
- Mid-Century Modern. Incorporates a strong emphasis on form with strong horizontal lines and minimal ornamentation which allows the natural beauty of the materials to shine through. Features often include powerful consistency in frameless flat panel/slab-door cabinetry door styles with sleek and simple hardware, countertops, and flooring.
- Traditional. Traditional kitchens are defined by their details, which can include arches, decorative moldings and corbels, raised-panel framed cabinetry, and a mix of antique finishes and architectural details for cabinetry such as furniture-like turned legs.
- Craftsman. Craftsman style kitchens focus on the beauty and function of natural earthy colors and materials. The style often includes rich and warm oak stained and built-in cabinetry, a backsplash of hand-molded and painted tile, and natural stone granite or soapstone countertops.
- Transitional: A transitional kitchen is a mixture of traditional charm and contemporary chic that strikes just the right harmony with a hint of decorative ornamentation. Subtle accents in the millwork, corbels, windows, furnishings, and more bridge the gap between fancy and plain. Transitional style layers neutral colors for a clean and monochromatic, yet still warm, effect with a dash of bold color here and there.
- Coastal: A coastal style kitchen incorporates the tranquility and sense of calm found at the beach and ocean. Coastal colors inspired by sand, sky, and different tones of water are the major highlights of this style. The shimmer of an iridescent tile backsplash calls to mind the glint of sun on crystal-clear water and pearly shells beneath the waves.
- Country Farmhouse. These are warm and homey with open shelving, wide apron sinks, classic flooring, old fashioned cooking ranges, vintage accents, free standing cabinetry, and big kitchen tables.