KITCHENS

create a recipe for comfort (the food and yours)

Karam

Karam | Fullerton

An original from 1966, this kitchen was transformed into a traditional beauty. The espresso cabinets are the perfect contrast to the neutral color of the quartz countertop; and the little bit of sparkle in the backsplash adds just a dash of glam to this kitchen recipe.

Wade

Wade | Villa Park

California Coastal in style—large & expansive in size! This kitchen was a major part of this family's whole house remodel in Villa Park; and these pictures really do speak a thousand words…and WOW is one of them!

Beck

Beck | Fullerton

This inviting kitchen & dining room w/ hardwood floors and cozy window seat is the heart of the post-fire remodeled home. The granite countertops & backsplash along w/ stainless steel appliances give the room both style & comfort.

Stevenson

Stevenson | La Palma

This kitchen, dining & family room finally received the makeover it deserved! New everything: cabinets, counters, appliances, hand carved, hardwood plank flooring and even the stack stone fireplace wall & custom-stained mantle.

Penny

Penny | Orange

This 1954 home w/ a tiny kitchen grew in size & style! Product selections were Cambria countertops; Custom-built cabinets with personalized acorn corbels & Blanco sink to coordinate with the porcelain tile 'stone' backsplash.

Page

Page | Brea

This Brea home was completely transformed—the wall separating the kitchen and family room was removed & all was re-created. Custom cabinetry, Thermador appliances, Brazilian Granite, Noce tile backsplash, Travertine tile…perfect!

Ezaki

Ezaki | Covina

The creativity in the sleek design is found in many unusual details, such as the angular faucet and tile detail on the backsplash. The best part is that without the separating walls, it's now wide open for all of their entertaining.

Karaffa

Karaffa | Fullerton

A country style kitchen on a budget! The house was built in 1928 but the kitchen is up to the minute w/ items like a TV recessed in the wall, hidden behind a chalkboard & with an additional 200 s.f. now has an amazing amount of space.

Ang

Ang | Fullerton

The curve of the arch in the pass-through entrance to the kitchen is the design motif that ties it together with the new family room addition. It's echoed in the shape of the granite island top, the pendant lights and the shutters.

Leister

Leister | Fullerton

Custom built many years ago, the design was just right, but needed an update. We re-stained the cabinets & installed Cambria quartz on the tops & backsplash—w/ a contrasting granite on the island—which includes a retractable vent!

Bustamante

Bustamante | La Mirada

This kitchen got a total transformation that began w/ the removal of a partial wall & addition of a peninsula. The renovation included carved wood plank flooring throughout kitchen, a redo of the formal entry/hallway & much more.