Kitchen Remodel Project PortfolioSome examples of our work
Woodlake Kitchen Remodel
Originally, the kitchen and dining room were separated by a wall, and the U-shaped design caused crowding when our clients entertained their grandchildren. We proposed removing the wall to open up the space and relocating the sink under the far window. Our design included a large island with granite overhang for seating, decorative hood fan and diagonal base cabinet to ease the transition into the main seating area by the bay window. Waypoint Maple Linen cabinets, cool white granite countertops, and dark hardwood flooring combine to create this gorgeous and functional space.
Short Pump Kitchen Remodel
The original kitchen in this home was Builder’s Grade Maple, and did not compliment the tasteful decor in the rest of the house. Since cooking Southeast Asian cuisine and dining together as a family is an important part of their lifestyle, our clients wanted the aesthetic to be warm, light and inviting. After several design revisions, our 3D rendering perfectly represented the vision of their dream kitchen. Once the cabinets arrived, we were able to complete the project in less than 5 weeks, demo to backsplash.
West End Kitchen Remodel
Beginning with the choice of Waypoint Maple Auburn Glaze cabinetry, our clients wanted a warm, rich, natural color palette. The sleek Shaker style cabinet lines are softened by the subtle wood grain. Tahoe granite countertops pick up the warm browns of the cabinet finish and new hardwood flooring.We worked closely together on the design elements to create an easy flow during food preparation, as well as a comfortable dining space. Removing the wall that separated the kitchen from the dining room allowed a new peninsula to define the kitchen while keeping the open feeling the homeowners wanted.
Midlothian Kitchen Remodel
Although this kitchen was functional, after 10 years of disliking the room, the homeowners desperately wanted to update it and add an island with seating. The layout by necessity remained essentially the same, but we installed an Espresso Maple island in the former dining area to contrast with the Linen White cabinets, and put the microwave in the island. The remodel brought a vibrancy and a sense of our clients’ personal style to the space. A bold color choice on the walls completed the look, and they absolutely love their new kitchen.