I probably enjoy designing kitchens more than anything else I do. And nothing is better than designing for an avid cook. This little gem of a kitchen packs all the big kitchen features and top of the line appliances into a compact space while maintaining clean lines and an open feel.
The under mount sink features an integral cutting board and prep tray that extends the prep surface and makes better use of limited space. The french door style refrigerator and dishwasher have walnut fronts so that they blend in with the cabinetry and don’t interrupt the visual continuity. For the same reason, a drop in cook top and a separate oven are used instead of a freestanding range. All lower cabinets have drawers with full extension glide to improve access. Custom inserts make good use of space. All the lighting is dimmable LED. Every element works together so that the client can fully enjoy the experience of cooking.
This one bedroom apartment from the 1970s needed a serious update. The clients wanted to both open up the kitchen and better organize the space but were hemmed in by columns and plumbing chases. After careful analysis we decided to turn the kitchen “inside out” and capture some space in the dining area and living room.
The bath needed everything. We gutted it and started over. According to the client, shower curtains=yuck so this shower/tub has a glass partition and lets in plenty of natural light.
This two story loft residence needed a makeover but the client was putting it off. A roof leak and subsequent water damage settled the issue and it’s now time to get serious. The project is currently under design.