The homeowners love the Pacific Northwest forest feel of their location and wanted to bring those elements into their Kitchen. We removed their peninsula-style Kitchen and completely transformed the look, function and size. The full-height backsplash tile is a clean look that brings in color and frames the view out of the windows. We also transformed the unfinished shed into an art studio, providing a functional retreat for the homeowners.
Our designer adapted the kitchen design to the existing window locations and placed lower cabinets below the larger window to increase the counters and storage space.
In order to solve the problem of unused corner cabinet space, we often install a Kessebohmer LeMans storage organizer. This cabinet organizer swings the contents out in front for ease of access. We also installed a large window behind the sink to maximize daylight and take advantage of the view of the tranquil landscape.
We converted the existing shed into a fully heated, insulated, functional art studio. Barn doors were replaced with beautiful French doors, creating a more accessible entrance. The rafters were painted blue to match the floor, creating a cohesive look.
What our Clients are Saying
“G. Christianson Construction did a wonderful job of remodeling our kitchen and family room in 2011. The Christianson workers and all of the subcontractors did excellent work and were a pleasure to work with. This summer they are adding a new ground floor bedroom suite...”
Paul and Doris deLespinasse, CorvallisSee the Master Suite Addition project
“Attention to detail, integrity, and a fantastic crew made our remodel so much easier. From the first through the last meeting, our team's guidance and care were greatly appreciated and helped us create the kitchen addition of our dreams. We would not hesitate to come back with another project.”
Mark & Mary Johnson, Corvallis, ORSee the Crafted Blue Kitchen & Addition project
“My experience with them was top notch. They're conscientious. Christianson himself, who runs the show, doesn't just turn his workers loose and then pick the check up at the end of the month. He is involved in the process. He's also very personable.”
Niels Nielsen, Peoria Road