The two kitchens shown here were remodeled in two different ways

The kitchen with the darker cabinets had been remodeled previously in the early sixties and was not designed to match the rest of the house. Once we started the remodel it became apparent we’d have to gut the entire room down to the studs, including the laundry area and half bathroom. The kitchen was updated with new appliances and a more modern look yet keeping in style of this 1909 Shaker house.

The kitchen with the lighter cabinets was originally installed in the early seventies and was in dire need of an update. The customer wanted bring it up-to-date while keeping the look of the white washed cabinets and tongue & groove cedar wall coverings. New counter tops were installed, changing from tile to a man made quartz product. Updated appliances, plumbing fixtures and sink, under cabinet and general lighting, windows, flooring, and much more.