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KITCHEN

Case Study

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KITCHEN REMODELING PROJECT

ELISE & BEN | MADISON, WI

The goal for this remodel was to give our clients’ home a modern update by opening up the floor plan and creating a kitchen that improves both the integrity and style of their home.

In order to successfully complete this project, our team tackled structural challenges such as changing the entry to the basement and moving load-bearing walls. Dark appliances and copper hardware were used to complement the white tile and beautiful Shaker-style Mouser cabinetry.

We completed the look with quartz countertops.

DESIGN PLAN

DETAILS

RENDERING

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RENDERING - PERSPECTIVE

BEFORE AND AFTER

WHOLE-HOUSE IMPROVEMENT

Fact: 65% of kitchens designed in the last year were transitional.

Source: NKBA

Timeless Transitional

Transitional kitchen designs are a tasteful combination of traditional and contemporary styles. Cabinets are often geometric and clean with crafted molding and other classic elements.

BEFORE

DURING

Our remodeling process

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Initial Meeting

Review project scope and budget. Discuss needs and wants. Address unique challenges with project.
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Project Proposal

Present proposed contract for straightforward projects. Sign Design Agreement for complex projects.
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Design Phase

Finalize layout and project drawings. Finish selections – colors, textures, materials.
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Pre-Construction

On-site meeting with project specialists. Final project review. Product ordered and preliminary timeline development.
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Construction

Project Manager coordination. Workflow plan. Ongoing updates.
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Completion

Final walk-through. Warranty documents and user operation review.