Furniture grade cherry cabinetry provides a warm setting for this remodeled kitchen.
We opened up the wall between kitchen and dining area, replaced an exterior door with the full height windows, and moved the basement stair to give more space and better flow to this new kitchen.
Matched veneers show the custom workmanship.

The kitchen in this completely remodeled and expanded house mixes materials and is open to the living area.
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In this mid-century remodeled home, we opened up the previous kitchen to the dining room to create a larger family and entertainment kitchen. The former flat ceiling was opened up to follow the roof line.

This kitchen was remodeled to suit the modern style the owners were looking to achieve. Walnut is used to accent the white lacquer cabinets.
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The wall between the kitchen and family room was removed and replaced with a storage cabinet that also acts as a backdrop to the sofa.
The mix of white and walnut accentuates the relationship of closed and open space in this divider cabinet.

In this Manhattan co-op make-over, birdseye maple was selected for the kitchen cabinetry as a nod to the Art Deco theme carried throughout the apartment. 
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The remodeled kitchen in this mid-century modern house is crisp and bright. New large sliding doors to the new terrace replaced a brick wall with smaller openings. The client wanted the island to function as a full table rather than the more typical island with seating on one side.

Grey stone mosaic was used on both the floor and backsplash to minimize the number of different materials. 

What I like about mosaic is that it provides an overall texture as opposed to the joint patterns of a large format tile. 

Open to the living area, this walnut kitchen provides a rich backdrop for a home chef who loves to entertain.
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Part of a full house remodel, this open kitchen features pale yellow glass mosaic for a bright, warm glow.
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The kitchen in this fully renovated condo opens to the living area and a sweeping river view. The low wall has additional cabinets on the other side and provides visual separation between the living room and the kitchen sink work area.
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This bright, white kitchen was carefully balanced with a variety of textures and warm tones.
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Two cooktops, each with their own exhaust hood. The location of existing structure above led to the solution of the combined stainless steel duct covers
The pantry area connects the dining room to the kitchen. A translucent, red resin sliding door leads to the new laundry room and provides a colorful accent to the neutral tones used elsewhere.


Custom cabinets and matching ceiling panels create a warm balance of material in the master bathroom of this fully remodeled home.

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Custom built vanity area.
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The pantry area connects the dining room to the kitchen. A translucent, red resin Solar shades provide a luminous backdrop to the walnut and steel framed mirror

Floating vanities create visual openness and easy floor cleaning. The marble slab in the shower is a dramatic focal point.
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