This is by far one of the most interesting projects we have worked on. Jim and Sam wanted a kitchen that had an arts and crafts feeling to it. Their whole house had an authentic 1930’s arts and crafts feel to it. After months of talking and planning, the plan was settled upon and the tile, appliances, and cabinets were settled upon.The plan called for us to open up a small doorway in a wall. This seemed like a simple task. But, when we started to open up the wall, we discovered that the wall was made of an unusual square, hollow tile that was 15” thick. We had to adjust our construction methods as we were building to accommodate for the unusual wall construction. Happily though, this Kitchen remodel turned out exactly as it was planned.
This Kitchen Remodel uses quarter sawn oak cabinets, handmade tile, stainless steel appliances, and “Blue Eyes” Granite counter tops to create the perfect look for an arts and crafts house.