​​Created an L-shaped kitchen with a peninsula with a bar height counter on a half wall for more seating.

Finished installed cabinets

2020 DESIGN 


Suggested moving the stove to the refrigerator side which created the perfect work triangle.  This also added prep space on both sides of the stove, a better utilized corner with a Lazy-Suzan cabinet, and a wider sink base (36" wide) which will accommodate any standard sized sink. 

Designed using a White Shaker a completely transformed kitchen with a 30" deep above the fridge wall cabinet and a tricky angled peninsula with an diagonal sink cabinet.

The "before" picture about ready to get a major transformation.

​​Created an open layout with a creamy White Shaker cabinet with some open shelving the client requested.

Designed an "L" kitchen with a small island. Used Wellborn cabinets in a Pebble paint.  Both the island and half-wall have an overhang for multiple seating in and around the kitchen. 

Was able to create a beautiful two color Shaker cabinet design with White and Seaport Blue.

A relatively unused space, I designed a kitchen to show off one of our lines of cabinetry for the FCA showroom.  This shaker cabinet floor plan catches attention with a bar height counter-top that extends out through the once framed window into the entrance area.


The subtle brown veining of this Bella Terra Quartz is the perfect compliment as the creamy white portion of the countertop "pops" against the chocolate brown cabinets.


Added plenty of cabinets for storage, a peninsula with overhang for extra seating, and 15" deep cabinets by the kitchen table to serve as a buffet with sliding hickory and Epoxy doors  that mimic the custom kitchen table. 



Took out wall to open up the space to the living room to give an open concept.  Closed off entrance to hallway to gain more wall space for cabinets. 

Clients wanted an island that seated four in this tight kitchen.  Used two wall cabinets in the middle as part of the base flanked by two base drawer cabinets to give the island stability.  Also extended the side edges of the granite countertop to seat two more people on the ends.  Furthermore, used a 12" fridge depth wall cabinet (added on to a 4 1/2" base) as a window seat where shoes can be stored.

Creating an Epoxy river table out of Hickory planks.  The Epoxy will be tinted in shimmering black and white with glow-in-the-dark powder mixed in the resin.

This design added a sleek look with the granite countertops and a touch of bling with the glass/mirrored outside bevel subway backsplash.  Also added kitchen island for extra storage and seating.