Bright & Open Vintage Kitchen

Bright & Open Vintage Kitchen

This 1930's small kitchen was in need of expansion. It was closed off to the rest of the house and didn't fit with the modern appliances. Removing a wall and extending the kitchen into the next room created an inviting space open to the dining and family room. Replacing the white painted cabinets with natural white oak custom cabinets gave it a contemporary look with classic touches of marble patterned quartz and handmade subway tile backsplash. The open shelving keeps everyday dishes within easy reach and a place to display artwork.

“The major qualities that distinguish G. Christianson are: Meticulousness. They have somehow managed to contract tile installers, plumbers, electricians, painters who share their value of meticulous attention to detail. Reliable and Relatable. They listen to your needs and help you achieve your vision. Innovative and Imaginative. They look for novel ways to solve problems in design and construction. Essentially, they like a challenge and will dare to imagine with you!”

Cari Williams, Corvallis, OR

Project Details

Expanded Kitchen

Removing the wall between the kitchen and the dining and living space provided the opportunity to create additional storage and workspace for multiple people in the kitchen. Their family now has a clear place to gather with plenty of space to cook and eat.

Beaded Shaker Door Style

Beaded Shaker Door Style added an elegant touch to this kitchen. The mixture of matte black pulls and stainless steel appliances add modern touches to this vintage inspired kitchen.

Floating Open Shelves

Open Shelving provides beautiful organization and a place to display decorative dishes, plants, and artwork. The lighter white oak cabinets, soft white quartz counters, and handmade white subway tiles create a bright space all year round.

What our Clients are Saying

“Both projects were completed on time, at a fair price, with quality results, and good communication throughout. If you are looking for a reputable contractor with a proven track record that you can rely on to finish the job as agreed, G. Christianson Construction Co. in Corvallis is a good choice.”

Cindy Nicholas, Corvallis

“We have hired G. Christianson Construction for many projects in two homes over a span of many years... I would not hesitate to recommend or hire them again. Thumbs up! ”

Laurie Sheriff & Scott Dickinson, Corvallis

“I’ve had major renovations done on four houses, including a 100 year old 3-story townhouse in Chicago, this has been by far the best and smoothest remodel experience in my life”

David Fiske and Valerie Lau, Corvallis

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