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Great Custom/Customer Inspiration!

April 24th, 2015 | Posted by Tim in Kitchen Features - (Comments Off on Great Custom/Customer Inspiration!)
Form, function and unfettered access was the inspiration for this custom designed kitchen space.

Unfettered access to the perfect cup of tea was the inspiration for this custom/customer designed hot beverage station.

Bring your ideas to life when planning your next home improvement project. This tea and coffee station was inspired by the homeowner’s desire for easy access to a cup of tea without having to interrupt kitchen activities. Custom/Customer Inspiration!

Having easy access to all you need for a cup of tea or coffee is certainly a great idea! Whether plans are for early morning bird watching or a casual dinner party this space serves with form and function. What’s your custom inspiration?

Nice Transition

March 14th, 2012 | Posted by Tim in Kitchen Features - (Comments Off on Nice Transition)

This, in progress, picture shows a nice way to open up the kitchen and dining room yet still define the rooms.

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Making Lemonade – Wine Racks To Cover A Column

February 5th, 2012 | Posted by Tim in Kitchen Features | Uncategorized - (Comments Off on Making Lemonade – Wine Racks To Cover A Column)

Lemonade from A Lemon

All projects have obstacles, it’s how you handle them!

We recently remodeled a kitchen that included removing a wall and installing a header recessed in the ceiling. We tried very hard to recess the jack studs (supports) as far as we could but they still protruded into the room about six inches. They were coming out exactly where the cabinets were and interfered with the backsplash.

Our customer was apprehensive about this but I told them it would be alright. I told them ‘I will think of something, and, it will be better than if we did not have the problem at all. After a little thought, I remembered back when I first met with them in the evening as they were having a glass of wine. Immediately, came up with an idea and drew it up on in our 3D software. I fired it off to them and and received an immediate positive response.

We built the wine bottle racks and wine glass holders as an afterthought. But, they are now such a key part of the design that we couldn’t imagine the kitchen without them. They are the customer’s the favorite part of the kitchen and show them off regularly.

So remember, remodeling will always have its challenges. Don’t panic, take a moment of pause and make it even better. We always say, ‘Time to make some lemonade!’