Green Garden Kitchen
A Kitchen that Beautifully Blurs the Line Between Outdoors and Indoors
Can you believe that this Kitchen used to be four separate rooms with a closet in the center that housed the furnace? Scroll through our slideshow to see the 'before' photos with their matching 'afters'! Years ago, this client came to us, wanting to explore the idea of demolishing the house and starting new. After further discussion, we decided the best decision was a Kitchen remodel to make their home exactly as they wanted, housing the clients and her mother. The themes of this Kitchen truly reflect the beautiful outdoor garden that the client loves to tend to in her spare time, blurring the line between the outdoor and indoors.
Walnut Floating Shelves
These floating shelves made out of Walnut wood are a great pop of natural materials to this painted cabinet kitchen. Floating shelves are also a great way to display beloved possessions or make heavily used cooking items easy to grab.
This client loves to bake and so we made a baking center for her by building the cabinets at a lower height, making it easy to roll out dough and other cooking items. The quartz countertops provide a durable surface that is easy to maintain post-cooking!
Rev-A-Shelf has this awesome pull-out drawer addition that includes a trash, recycle, compost, and glass bin for easy waste sorting. This is a great organizing add-on, that is easy for our cabinet maker to install in our custom-built cabinets.
A unique detail for this Kitchen is in the tile backsplash. We gave the large cooktop a pop using a different tile installed in a different pattern. This design idea would also look great with a tile that has lots of special details, if the main backsplash was a neutral design!
Full Kitchen remodel - New layout - Painted cabinets and cup pulls - Quartz countertops - New hardwood flooring - Kitchen island - Full height tile backsplash - New appliances - Pot filler - Walnut floating shelves - Pantry storage - New window installation
What our Clients are Saying
“Excellent attention to detail, aesthetics, and quality before, during, and after the (bathroom remodeling) process.”
Liz Pearce, Corvallis
“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
“Everyone on the project was a pleasure to work with and we recommend them highly.”
Sandra Bean & Roger Blaine, CorvallisSee the Screened Porch with Trex Decking project