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TACOMA- Remodel

When we first stepped into this kitchen, it hadn't been touched since the 1970's; original vinyl floor, dark wood cabinets, and laminate countertop...
The clients wanted an up-to-date kitchen with modern farmhouse elements. Their goal was something fun, inviting, and bright! With a new grand baby on the way, it was essential to create a welcoming space where multiple generations could gather together and create lasting memories.

Construction/Remodel work by Dream Homes Remodeling


With the back end of the kitchen pushed out 4 feet, the clients gained more storage space for food and dishes. We added new windows and moved the sink below them, enabling the homeowner to have a pleasant view of the backyard [instead of the side of their neighbor’s house]. A breakfast bar with seating and additional storage below was integrated into the cabinet layout; a great place to sit and make your grocery store list, or supervise kids doing homework. Overall, the new layout and design achieved a better workflow!

Construction/Remodel work by Second Story Carpentry

Architect: Jill Sousa Architect

SUMNER- New Construction

For this project, our primary goals were to maximize the cooking prep spaces, and make the kitchen as functional as possible. We take pride in pairing functionality with an aesthetically pleasing design, materials, and finishes. This client loves to cook, so we incorporated numerous storage and organizing accessories in her new custom cabinets. The statement island provides ample space for food prep, as well as a second oven for all her cooking needs. 

Construction by Holmescraft Enterprises


Construction/Remodel work by Dream Homes Remodeling