Walk into any American home on Saturday night, and chances are the hub of activity isn't the living room or dining room but the kitchen. Formerly the cordoned-off space where the home's cook toiled in solitude, the kitchen has become an informal, friendly place to eat, chat, cook and lounge. Whether it's day-to-day family life or weekend entertaining, it's all happening in and around the kitchen, the new center of our homes and lives.
Moving beyond the traditional workspace of sink-oven-countertop, people increasingly want their kitchens to match the way they really use the space. This could mean making dinner while catching the latest DVD release, helping kids with homework at the kitchen table, or centering the party around a kitchen island.
As our socializing and family life shift to the kitchen, it's only natural that the room reflects the personality of the people who live in it. Whether your taste runs toward the chef-chic gleam of stainless steel, the old-world warmth of a Tuscan-style kitchen or the distinct lines of Art Deco, the choices are nearly limitless.
Whether you use your kitchen most often for cooking elaborate meals, sipping a hot cup of morning coffee or catching up on e-mail, it's more likely than ever to be the focal point of your home. The party always used to end up in the kitchen. Now it starts there.
Whether you're looking for a major remodel or just new counter tops, we can help insure your project is done right, the first time. Contact us today for a free consultation.