Complete – A Warm, Inviting Kitchen

Often, when I walk into a new space for redesign, I immediately have a vision of what I’d like to see. It’s that vision, along with the client’s, that created this beautiful kitchen. This particular kitchen didn’t get much light so we all wanted to lighten the materials. A requirement was to increase the cooking space; this couple loves to cook and there wasn’t sufficient counter space for them to work together. We also opened up the wall to the dining room so that when hosting, there would be a place to pass-through food while keeping storage for their china. The sliding patio door was resized to accommodate the refrigerator where it now stands. Now the fun part – pictures (by Morris Photography)!


Dark cabinetry, dark floors, wasted floor space and tiny island.


Large working island and seating for everyday meals.

Wolf range with Zephyr hood, Bosch microwave drawer, Pratt & Larsen Tile and UltraCraft Cabinets.

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