This new kitchen was made to blend with the style of this amazing craftsman home. The two butler pantries became the blueprint for all new cabinets and woodworking.
A small display cabinet was added to exhibit the homeowner collection of Swedish storage tins.
Only one small bank of upper cabinets was used. Large windows, glass doors, and the clean lines created by inset doors keep this kitchen functional and true to it's original design.
Extensive testing and experimentation was needed in order to achieve this rich finish. The homeowners wanted to match an existing piece of furniture. Dyes, stains, shellac, and conversion varnish gave this Red Oak the depth it deserves.
Classic Mission style glass doors compliment the modern and vivid backsplash tile.
The glass upper cabinets accompany the windows to create a very bright and open feel. The box beam and corbels help to connect the adjoining room.
Beautiful design elements make the cabinetry stand out in this galley style kitchen.
These stainless steel handles double as towel rods in order to keep a clean and modern look.
This Master Bath combines the natural feel of the outdoors with a large soaking tub, river rocks and loads of natural light. The cabinety is all vertical grain Western Red Cedar.
Great lengths were taken by the homeowner to have the hardware match the rest of the home. The solid brass was given a aged patina before installation.
Inside of this Flat Sawn Fir island is a Maple butcher block that accommodates the lower height required by one of the homeowners. The beveled drawers fronts and color were all crafted to match existing woodwork throughout the home.
These homeowners are frequent entertainers and needed a place to accommodate that. This bar was the perfect addition to their ranch home. The bar top is a frosted acrylic illuminated from below. It is wrapped with aluminum laminate as is the massive soffit.
The warm tone of the wood complements the cool blue tone that runs along the back wall and is reflected in the glassware. The majority of the cabinet work was fabricated on site to best fit the complex geometry.
Behind the bar, the cabinetry is a zebra striped laminate. Strong angels add to the dimension of this bar.
The LED lighting mounted under the bar top is adjustable to change the mood of the room while complimenting the curved wall behind the shelving.
The charismatic nature of the wood is perfect for the fun and exuberant personalities of the homeowners.
This complicated roof line added to the design challenge throughout this remodel. The entertainment cabinet accommodates a 42" TV. More large storage drawers work well for large bedding.
The inset Cherry doors have a custom milled beadboard panel made of sold 5/8" thick hardwood.
The deep and rich Cherry color is achieved with several different dyes and stains. It is top coated with conversion varnish to insure a water resistant product.
The dual vanities are free standing pieces of furniture designed to accommodate the storage and plumbing needed.
The use of custom bead-board is continued thought out the project.
Wall to wall book storage made of two varieties of Maple. The openness of the cabinet is achieved by the light tone of the casework, while the Fumed Maple accent wood adds definition and contrast by pulling your eye to the front of the cabinets.
The vaulted ceiling and octagonal window add to the complication and look of the design. The Fumed Maple wall paneling connect the adjoining walls for a cohesive feel.
The homeowners wanted to have a bottle of dinner wine at the ready. This 6 bottle design keeps the good stuff in the cellar, yet allows for quick access to a few bottles on hand.
This original Hemlock floor was the key ingredient in picking the color of these cabinets. The shaker style doors with the stainless pulls add a moden element to this century old home.
The homeowners' impeccable ability to mix honed granite, slate, stainless steel and faux finished walls demand the cabinetry take a backseat to the other design elements in this quaint room.
The inset glass used in these lower cabinet doors was selected for the strong vertical lines. It was then sandblasted to provide a bit less visibility into the cabinets.
The strong vertical lines of the cabinet hardware pulls your eye to the beautiful vessel sink.