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Are you building or remodelling for yourself?  For quicker resale potential?  Whatever your needs are, you can be sure that we will work closely with you to create the kitchen of your dreams.

This custom kitchen was designed in cooperation with Kris Jones Interiors

Built-in breakfast nook.

Your kitchen needs to work specifically for you.  Preparation areas, logical floor plans, a space-for-everything-and- everything-in-it's-place, baking centers, pull-outs...a kitchen of dreams. 

Kitchens work better if you tailor them specifically to how they will be used.                                     

The following kitchen has custom-designed cabinets in Ivory, with a cappuccino antiquing glaze.

Check out the special spot for puppy!

Concealed spice racks, hidden behind decorative panel in range hood.

Window seat in dining area complements adjacent kitchen cabinets.  Storage underneath.

If you love your home, or it's location, but it needs an update, you will be thrilled with the results of chosing to work with us.  Lynnette has spent years designing kitchens, whether it be brand-new spaces, or transforming unimaginative and difficult kitchens into something both beautiful and efficient.  Dwight and Lynnette will work closely with you to determine your needs, so that every inch of your kitchen is efficient - and GORGEOUS!

Surprising places for storage!

There are many options for maximizing corner cabinet space.

From modern to traditional, we can make your dream kitchen come true.

This was a custom butcher block countertop created by Dwight.  The picture doesn't do it justice.  It is gorgeous!

Custom table being crafted.

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I love working in my own kitchen; in fact, I designed our entire home around this command post :D  It's function was my first priority, but I love the beauty of it as well!  Rustic alder cabinets add to it's country French/Mediterranean style. 

Consider these great functioning additions to your kitchen too:  * stand mixer lift (keeps it out of the way, but SO handy when you need it); * spice drawers; * tray dividers; * knife holders in drawers; * pull-out pantries; * recycling bins; *"centers" around YOUR priority areas (i.e. prep areas, coffee/beverage stations, baking, etc.).  I also love that my island turns into a buffet table when company comes over. 

If keeping costs down is your first priority, there are many options out there to help you achieve your goals.  Refacing, countertops (tile vs. solid surface), and a variety of other means can help you keep your costs down.  We challenge you to determine which one of Dwight's kitchen remodels were refaces (the kitchen boxes remained the same, but were veneered with wood panels).  We think you'll be surprised.