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Harvard-Yale Remodel

The cabinets in this kitchen are maple wood with a simple shaker style door. A natural finish was used. The countertops are Quartz.

Avenues Kitchen Remodel

The cabinets in this kitchen are cherry with a simple shaker style door. A natural finish was used. Two different types of granite were used in the kitchen area.

900 South Reconstruction

The cabinets in this kitchen are cherry with a simple shaker style door. A natural finish was used. Two different types of granite were used in the kitchen area. The island is Golden Wave and the other countertops and backsplashes are Baltic Brown. The following appliances were used: Ref. & Micro. (Kitchenaid) Cooktop & Oven (Dacor), Cooktop Fan (Broan), Dishwasher (Bosch), Sink & hot/cold water center (Franke), Pot Filler (Danze).

Yale Avenue reconstruction

The cabinets in this kitchen are cherry. A dark stain was used with antique accents. All of the appliances are by Kitchenaid (tm). The finish is called "meteorite". They are part of the "Pro Series" set of appliances. Two different types of granite were used in the kitchen area. The island has one color and the countertops and backsplashes have another. The countertops and backsplashes throughout the home are black honed (flat) granite with an added enhancer to bring out additional depth.

Willow Creek kitchen makeover

This kitchen was only 7 years old but needed a facelift. The original kitchen was a functional, yet basic kitchen. The ceiling height of nine feet was not utilized. Soffits were built above the kitchen cabinets that seemed to give the kitchen a "closed in" feeling. The original kitchen was natural maple. The new cabinets are cherry. All of the appliances are stainless. All countertops are solid granite. The oak floors were refinished and stained with light cherry to blend more closely with the cabinetry.

Diestel Road reconstruction

This classic, new Harvard/Yale area tudor was rebuit from the original foundation up. All interior woodwork, including the kitchen cabinets are Knotty Alder. The floors throughout the top two floors are Madrone hardwood. The stairway and handrailings are all Cherry. The Travertine floors in the kitchen and bathrooms are heated with Nu-Heat (tm) in floor heat.

Park Row remodel

This classic Harvard/Yale area tudor had a kitchen barely big enough to have two people in it at the same time. It was divided by arched partition walls leading to the main hallway, eating nook, and formal dining areas. The walls to the eating nook and hallway were removed and the doorway widened to the formal dining area. The typical back entrance to the home leading up a few steps to the kitchen was completely reconfigured, adding to the open feeling achieved in the home.

900 South remodel

This kitchen was part of an extensive remodel on a 2-story Cape Cod style home in the Harvard/Yale area. The oiginal home was about 2000 square feet including the unfinished basement. The home was completely remodeled leaving only the front style as a reminder of the original home. The remodeled home is now 5400 square feet. This kitchen is all natural maple including the floors. The countertops are 12 x 12 granite. The placement of small fixed windows above the cabinets provide lots of light in the sink and food preparation areas of the kitchen.

Herbert Ave. remodel

This Harvard-Yale rambler was completely remodeled including an additional second level. The main and basement levels were reconfigured to accomodate the center stairway. A laundry area was added off of the kitchen. The kitchen was enlarged by relocating the original stairway that led to the basement.

900 South remodel

This kitchen was only about 10' by 10' before we decided to romove the partition wall between the formal dining area and the old kitchen. By removing the wall we were able to get a couple more feet of working room. This kitchen was a total gut and replace including ceiling sheetrock, old bay window, floor coverings, electrical, plumbing and cabinets.

Olympus Cove "Quail Point" remodel

The original kitchen was smaller and much less funcional. All of the floors were replaced due to prior water damage. A couple walls were removed in order to gain the desired size in the kitchen requested by the owner. All of the applainces were relocated, lighting was added, and the kitchen bacame a real entertaining area of the home.

Yalecrest Ave. remodel

This kitchen replaced a very small kitchen in the same location. The original kitchen was located on a back corner of the home. The entire back wall was removed as part of the 2000 square foot adition given to the home. The kitchen is now part of a huge entertaining area that includes informal dining, a full wet bar with an under counter refrigerator and a large family/great room with 10' ceilings and a large 5' fireplace with granite hearth and surround.

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