This Christopher Peacock-inspired kitchen started with a traditional layout, red brick floor and polished brass hardware. Flow between the kitchen and adjacent rooms was awkward due to small passageways and flourescent lighting lacked the warmth the homeowners wanted.
Our remodeling expertise is usually applied to our clients’ kitchens, bathrooms and other household spaces. For the past several weeks, we’ve had an additional crew busy working on the complete design and remodel of our very own kitchen showroom in the Lakewood area of Dallas. We gutted the showroom, which was originally built in the 1980s, and have begun installation of seven beautiful vignettes showing a variety of styles, cabinet manufacturers, tile selections, countertops, appliances and flooring materials. If you are in the Dallas area, we hope you will stop by…
As with all of our kitchen designs and remodels, the first step of the process is to understand who our client is and how he/she will be using the new space. For one of our clients, who is a professional baker, the function of the kitchen was never more important. After understanding her needs and desires, we designed the space to make baking an easy and integral part of her kitchen.
Before we can start any kitchen design and remodel project, we must understand our clients’ needs and how they live in the space(s) to be remodeled. We believe that the best way to get started is with a questionnaire that ensures we don’t miss anything that might be important in helping us understand how to make your space as great as it can be.