"... big shout out to you: I love the colors. I gave you "blue for the base" and white for the rest. You took that and created your own color scheme in here that is so soothingly beautiful, and yet the kitchen is still full of light. That is to say that it isn't stark and screaming bright blue! bright white! I know there are tricks you used that I don't have so know that I appreciate your skillful choice of color and lighting schemes." - Debbie
Functional, well-lit, and efficient. Multiple levels of storage, clear countertop workspace, energy-efficient up-to-date appliances. Easy. Custom detachable rolling library ladder allows access to upper cabinets. Oak flooring was installed and stained to match the existing, adjoining living room.
Create a clean, clear, open kitchen that references the history of this turn of the century Brooklyn brownstone home. Focus on light, storage, and workspace.
The 70's renovation lacked functionality, light, storage, and countertop workspace. Gut demolition.
Exposed brick, plumbing and custom cabinetry challenges. We salvaged and repaired the plaster crown molding as a featured detail.
We chose an arctic white granite to bring formality and brightness to the space. The clear white and grey veining compliments the cream and dark blue-gray colors chosen for the cabinetry.