Cabinetry

Tornatzky Kitchen
 

Lou and Lynette often entertain friends in their home, and Lou does most of the cooking. Although the room is small, they wanted their new kitchen to be a comfortable work space. They have large pots and pans, lots of utensils and appliances, and a need for spice storage, so every bit of space had to be functional. We solved some of the space problems by incorporating corner cabinet pullouts and pullouts over the refrigerator.

 

I intended for this kitchen to feel friendly, modern, and efficient, so I kept the decorative details understated. When Lou and Lynette added their touches, such as the 'flying saucer' ceiling light and their art, their kitchen became a clear statement about their lifestyle. 

Nautical Style Kitchen

This Los Osos couple wanted their remodel to reflect their extensive nautical experience. But they preferred the modern look of a luxury yacht as opposed to the standard prosaic nautical themes. We achieved this look with radiused corners, efficient built-ins and open shelving where appropriate.

Powell Kitchen
By the time Cindi asked me to design and build a kitchen for her, she had already done her homework. She had consulted an excellent carpenter who advised her on enlarging the room. I relocated her refrigerator to an alcove which was being constructed. This opened up more than three feet of counter.
 
Further reworking of the alcove yielded space for a nice pullout pantry. She selected Shaker style doors, and I added the square grids with contrasting finish, which created an Arts and Crafts feel.

 

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