Making The Most of a Limited Space
Our clients worked with Light And Dwell to realize their vision to update their 90's home. The moulding, cabinets and living space were very dark and made the space feel small. We worked with Molly and Amy at L&D to renovate the kitchen, replace the flooring, and re-finish the handrail. New linen and laundry room cabinets, new disc lights in the living room, and new painted moulding make this house feel fresh and beautiful. You can see more photos and learn what Light and Dwell can do for your home at their website. http://www.lightanddwell.com/
Rustic Tile On Quartz Countertop
Weathered white Zellige tile by Cle spans from the countertop to the ceiling for a lovely, old-world feel. The countertop extends to the window for easy cleaning and a nice, waterproof place to put your plants.
In a kitchen with size limitations, every square inch counts. The doors on this upper pantry open and tuck back into the cabinet for easy access to pantry items. There is an outlet in the back with slide out shelf for a rice cooker or other appliance.
What our Clients are Saying
“Since 2011, we've removed, repaired, load tested or replaced most of the fire escapes around OSU. Please call us for advice on your fire escape.”
Carl Christianson, OwnerSee the Fire Escapes project
“As a long-time Corvallis resident, it was a joy to design a project that not only benefited my immediate clients but also the community as a whole. Working so closely with Ants on a Log Cafe and the Valley Rock Gym, it was clear that they are passionate about sustainability and supporting other local businesses. ”
Sarah Maisel, Senior DesignerSee the Ants on a Log Café & Valley Rock Gym project
“Turning what was once a 1950's pink bathroom into an Artic Oasis was delightful for both the Client and G. Christianson Construction. ”
CARL CHRISTIANSON, SUPERINTENDENT AND OWNERSee the Modern Bathroom Oasis project