Kitchens

Featured: Graydon

Featured: Graydon

This was a 1950’s home with the original kitchen. Refacing isn’t possible (the cabinets are built in place — to reface would be a very temporary fix). Plus, the kitchen was completely reconfigured with utilities moved and lighting added throughout. ...
Featured: Regency

Featured: Regency

Sometimes you need more room. A wall was removed to extend the kitchen fully into the dining room. Added a 7′ island. New floors, new cabinets, new, new, new! This project initially started as a refacing concept, but as we talked to the home owners more, it...
Featured: Symphony Crt

Featured: Symphony Crt

Refacing this kitchen – good functionality but needing a change. Something other than white – Turmalin! Corian counters (more of a matte finish than granite or quartz), a bit of an overhang on the back end, decorative kick around the peninsula. Click...
Featured: East London Transformation!

Featured: East London Transformation!

The original layout was terrible. Luckily, we had finished one just like this just a few weeks prior! We removed a non-load bearing wall, moved some appliances around, updated the electrical. All new custom cabinets, a Manhattan shaker Snow White (complete with...
Featured: Highbury Nouveau Shaker

Featured: Highbury Nouveau Shaker

In this renovation, we went with the timeless Snow White with a Nouveau Shaker. While we kept the counters, we removed the mirror back splash and went with a beveled subway tile and grey grout. Cabinet crown to accent. The biggest transformation, however, was the...
Featured: Cudmore

Featured: Cudmore

Time for an October upgrade! Open and fresh. Sometimes people want their kitchen to look like it’s from a magazine. No Problem! Take away that ugly breakfast bar, upgrade the laminate to a beautiful Nimbus Grey granite, brighten things up with some overhead pot...