On a very limited basis, I design and build furniture-style kitchens.
The kitchen is the most used room in the home--where we drop our keys, sort our receipts, do our homework, check our email, and most especially where we gather and talk before, during and after every party. Sometimes we even make and eat meals in our kitchens.
We live in our kitchens, and yet we put our best furniture other, less-used rooms. It's 2011, but standard kitchen design is still focused on the way people lived in 1911. Kitchens can be so much more than efficient work spaces designed for servants we no longer have.
I design and build functional, durable and beautiful kitchens adapted to how you lead your life. Every kitchen I make is unique to its users. The process begins with discussions about how you use your current kitchen--what you like and what you dislike. We then plan a new kitchen together and work through every detail to ensure its many roles work seamlessly together.
Below are some recent examples: