Project 2850-1

Home Style: Craftsman/Bungalow
Design Style: Transitional
Project Completion Date: 2016

January 21, 2017 Colleen Bursaw

This customer is absolutely ecstatic about her remodel. Her motivation for the project was both function and aesthetics. The kitchen lacked countertop space and practical storage. When Castle showed her a design that incorporated a mudroom/kitchen expansion, she fell in love.  This remodel proves that while giving a nod to sustainability with virtually every choice, in pursuit of GreenStar certification, you can still have a gorgeous kitchen. Some unique features include the pass through between the kitchen and rear entry and stacked windows- both let great light filter through the house. More distinctive aspects are the tiered paperstone and marble countertops, custom hickory cabinets with eco resin panels and floating shelves, a ceiling mounted pot rack, recycled end grain hardwood, and smart touch faucet.


We enlarged and opened up the kitchen to adjacent rooms and made the kitchen into a room that has organic design characteristics. From the exterior the addition blends well with the existing facade.