Candler Park: A rejuvenated interior includes a re-framed floor and a beadboard ceiling.

Decatur: The walls moved to make way for a pantry and mudroom (not shown).

Oakhurst: A living area addition with vaulted ceilings and natural light were part of this expansion.

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Decatur: A galley kitchen made much more efficient (and enjoyable, thanks to added windows).

Candler Park: A small space put to much better use, with new cabinetry, counters, appliances

The Living Kitchen

 

It’s the place in your home where people spend the most time together – not just eating, but enjoying each other’s company.

 

Which is why today’s kitchens have form as well as function. More light. Greater aesthetic. Better use of space.

 

We’ve got experience expanding kitchens or making existing space more efficient. Contact us to talk about remaking your kitchen.