Kate & Dan’s Main Floor This 1930’s home had a ton of character but a teeny galley kitchen. We had to rethink the layout of the entire main floor in order to open it up. We closed off the door from the main entryway to the home in order to have somewhere to put the fridge. We brought the quartz counter all the way up the backsplash, built in an oak bench for more dining space, and did a custom tile rug pattern in the . . .
Bayswater Kitchen Our client is an avid gardener, so this beautiful soft green paint from Farrow&Ball (called Vert de terre) really brought the feeling of outdoors in. Vintage milk glass pendants help distract from the unavoidable bulkhead. The gentle curve of the butcher block counter add some extra softness to the island.
Bruna's kitchen White is NOT boring! Taking out a wall makes such a big difference for small spaces. It's probably the reason why it is one of the most common renovating choices. In this case, the tiny box of a kitchen was opened up into the adjoining dining room. This move made both spaces much more functional, bright & inviting. The modern feel of this space with glossy white, flat panelled cabinets is warmed up with custom shelving & warm wood details. Since the kitchen . . .