Originally built in the 1990s, this home was extremely spacious, but with an awkward layout. And so, with their children mostly out of the house, these empty-nesters decided to give their home the renovation it deserved. 


A brand new gourmet kitchen to welcome their now-grown family.


Our architects planned the kitchen redesign, adding a mudroom by tapping into the underutilized spaces. The new kitchen proudly features an envious coffee station. The statement islands have plenty of room for cooking and gathering. Elegant brown quartzite countertops perch atop custom cabinets. The new warm wood ceiling of the dinette echoes the warmth of the house.


To complete the transformation, we installed a new lighting plan and lighting fixtures to add even more warmth and charm to the kitchen, as well as a top-of-the-line Wolf range and Subzero fridge for the ultimate in form and function. The unexpected showstopper? Some centuries-old reclaimed beams sourced by our team in northern Wisconsin.

“They listened extensively to our wants and needs, how our family uses the space, and allowed us to dream a little. The team came up with a design that we never would’ve thought of on our own—one that solved some really frustrating issues with our home.”

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