Increasing the Space in a Galley Kitchen

In remodeling, there are two ways to increase space. One way is physically, which involves demolishing and rebuilding walls. Another way is visually, through careful planning and space utilization. In this home, we combined both methods. The homeowner described cooking in the kitchen as “being trapped in a cave”, however, they did not want to take ... read more»

Making the Most of a Small Space

This bachelor had an extremely small space and he loved to cook. He wanted high-end appliances and a place where he could cook and entertain. He also wanted a dramatic look. We had to maximize every inch of space and at the same time create an open and inviting look.We achieved this by making the stove and large refrigerator the focal point of one ... read more»

From Cramped Quarters to a Family Kitchen

Our clients had a small kitchen which needed remodeling. They also had a large family who visited with them constantly. Creating another small kitchen was not the solution, so we designed outside the box and created a large space which would accommodate the entire family. We accomplished this by removing a wall and incorporating an existing porch ... read more»

A Large Gourmet Kitchen

Our clients loved to cook and spent much of their time in the kitchen. It was important that we design the kitchen so as to be as functional as possible, with plenty of room for high end features and appliances. It was equally important that the kitchen be beautiful. Their former kitchen was cramped, a difficult place in which to cook, and not ... read more»

From Ordinary to Gourmet

A complete house remodel allowed us to move walls and create the space for a gourmet kitchen on Capitol Hill. Although we were going to have a good sized space to work with, we still had to determine the best way to configure the space. It was clear that one home owner preferred to do prep and cleanup, while the other preferred to concentrate on ... read more»