Enchanting Blue Kitchen Cabinetry

Oak Cabinets to Blue-Grey Modern Cabinets Transformation

The client initially contacted us because the Master Bathroom needed to be repaired, and from there the project transformed into a whole house remodel, fulfilling a dream the homeowners had since moving into the house 17 years ago. The entire house was filled with wallpaper, and the cabinets were built at a larger 42" height for taller homeowners. When approaching the remodel, the client asked our Designer to create a couple of material options to present to her for each area of the house; Kitchen, Master Bathroom, and Utility Room. Through design meetings, the Designer and the Homeowner collaborated to create these beautiful selections that have completely transformed the look of the house. The client initially wanted grey cabinets, but our designer recommended that adding a color tone to the grey would help add depth and make the Kitchen fresh and light during the cold winter months in Oregon.

Project Details

Cabinet Bump Out

We added depth to these separate counter space areas by building the middle cabinet deeper than the surrounding cabinets. The bump-out is highlighted by the textured glass doors.

Pot/Pan Storage

Our client was ecstatic about these two deep drawers under her cooktop. They're perfect for storing pots and pans in an easily accessible reach, making cooking streamlined.

Back of Island Cabinets

Our custom cabinet shop made this island unique to perfectly meet the functions needed for this family. The back of the island has a bump on each end for bar stools to sit on the ends, fitting the homeowner's family of 7 around the island. There are three 36" cabinets positioned in the back of the island for storage that fits into typically un-used space.

What our Clients are Saying

“Greg Christianson's team took the plan and the ideas we had about an open floor plan and made it happen. Transforming an aging rambler into a bright welcoming home. They did a fantastic job and we would hire them again in a flash.”

Dominique Bachelet and Steve Wondzell, Corvallis

See the Whole House Open Concept project

“The designer, Elizabeth, was amazingly talented. Her knowledge of ADA construction details and resources was impressive. Not only did she succeed at designing bathrooms, toilets, and a kitchen that are fully ADA-compliant, but they are aesthetically beautiful as well as functional and practical. I had never heard of 'flying toe kicks' before, but they make it so easy for me or my husband to sit in a chair while washing dishes or preparing food in the kitchen. I had also never heard of ADA-compliant appliances, but Elizabeth had - and they make life so much easier! Cooking in my new kitchen is now a dream rather than a nightmare. ”

Barbara Shields, Corvallis, OR

See the Wheelchair-Accessible Kitchen & Bath project

“My favorite part of this project was working with the designer to incorporate many of the original house design elements and features into the new cabinet design- such as the custom cabinet top molding that matches the same detail in the dining room ceiling. I knew immediately that Sapele was the perfect wood species for the house. It really gives the cabinetry a nice vintage feel and look while maintaining the clean lines and functionality of contemporary high end cabinetry. This project was a great demonstration of the capabilities of our cabinet shop, we couldn't be more thrilled with how it turned out. ”

Ron Fishback, Cabinet Maker

See the Mahogany Mid-Century Modern project
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