What’s the only thing more fun than a family that loves color? One that’s ready for us to take their kitchen down to the studs and start from scratch!


This kitchen needed better flow, function, and storage. Step one: create a new layout that reorients and expands the island and redesign the cabinetry layout.

Taking out the wall between the kitchen and dining room makes both spaces feel bigger and brighter.

All that blue in the kitchen plays beautifully with these deep purple Case Study chairs and Bloom Pendant from Knoll.

Simplifying the home’s color scheme and bringing in iconic furniture shapes helped us make each room feel special without creating a fussy layout that didn’t match our clients’ kid-focused lifestyle.


An orange range from Bertazzoni was basically required for this kitchen.


A custom-blend of Fireclay Tile in a surprising plaid pattern made the mid-century modern statement our clients’ wanted.

Taking away most of the upper cabinetry made a wall of built-in pantry closets a must for kitchen storage.

Adding a counter-height bamboo kitchen table to the end of the island makes dinner for the kids so easy. And, those pendant lights makes it feel cozy.


From a built-in wine fridge to a microwave drawer, every inch of this kitchen was put to good use.


Open-shelving and a buffet perfect for parties that (always) end up in the kitchen made this much more than a colorful statement wall.

Diego, ready for his close-up.