A solid teak counter finished in oil and a natural cork floor bring warmth to this kitchen.
A set of drawers and shelves hide behind a whimsical small door adorned with a handle fashioned from a wonderful piece of driftwood decorated by woodworms.
This kitchen badly needed an upgrade: I replaced the contractor-grade cabinetry from the 80's with quality solid cherry cabinets, new LED lighting,plumbing, countertop and tiled backsplash. Properly designed, the kitchen now boasts a tremendous amount of storage space, and is now efficient, bright and beautiful.
A cozy corner for reading was made out of a closet in an old house. Built-in maple shelving, an opening skylight and cork flooring make for a comfortable hiding spot.
This was a deck reconstruction involving the replacement of the decking and railings with composite materials. Handsome, maintenance-free and built to last a lifetime.