Cooks Kitchen and Bath


So much more room, than before, this kitchen was cramped and hidden by a wall design from the 1970’s.  After removing the entire wall, the room is completely open and roomy.  Now, this bold, vision of blue, makes a grand statement in the home owner’s favorite color.  The full height back splash is a glass, subway tile with a wavey texture.  The two-tone cabinetry is dramatic and eye catching.  The large, new, island is the perfect focal point for family gatherings with plenty of counter space for food and fun.  Note the under-cabinet outlets, mounted out of sight.  Simple and open is a great way to rebuild a kitchen.

Dura Supreme cabinetry with a Craftsman Panel, Full overlay door, in Cherry Clove (range wall cabinets) and Gale Force, Painted (island cabinets)

Caesarstone, Attera Blanca, Quartz countertops

Top Knobs, Riverside, Brushed Satin Nickle hardware

Elkay sink and faucet

Coretec, Blonde Oak, LVP flooring

Zephyr range hood

Bosch refrigerator, dishwasher and microwave

GE Café range