Kitchens: Small Updates with Big Impact

Posted by Courtney on Sep 16, 2015 9:49:10 AM

Renovating your kitchen may sound like a huge, expensive undertaking, but there are actually some fairly cost-effective and simple updates you can make that can have a pretty dramatic effect.

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Topics: backsplash, kitchens, Kitchens, lighting, tile, under-cabinet lighting

Updating a Forever Home

Posted by Courtney on Jul 23, 2015 11:36:29 AM

The clients: Elaine & Jerel

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Topics: accessibility, Bathrooms, bathrooms, Building/Remodeling Process, kitchens, Kitchens, living rooms, remodeling, universal design

Bigger Isn't Always Better - Part 4

Posted by Courtney on May 26, 2015 6:13:37 PM

In our last post about our Pleasant Hill main floor remodel project, we showed you the final floor plan and some really awesome renderings that helped the clients get a solid idea of the final result.

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Topics: Building/Remodeling Process, construction documentation, interiors, kitchens, Kitchens, remodeling

Bigger Isn't Always Better - Part 3

Posted by Courtney on May 11, 2015 11:24:47 AM

Here’s an update on the main floor remodel project we’ve been telling you about over the last few weeks.

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Topics: Building/Remodeling Process, design phase, interiors, kitchens, Kitchens

Bigger Isn’t Always Better - Part 2!

Posted by Courtney on Apr 28, 2015 7:23:52 AM

Recently, we introduced you to a first floor remodeling project we’re working on with a couple in Pleasant Hill. When we left off, we had discussed what these clients liked and didn’t like about the multiple options we’d designed. While they were in our office for their initial consultation, we came up with another option that incorporated a lot of their feedback. To review, these were their priorities:

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Topics: countertops, design phase, interiors, kitchens, Kitchens, remodeling, Space Planning, space planning

Bigger Isn't Always Better: Making Smart Use of the Space You Have

Posted by Courtney on Apr 14, 2015 9:34:00 AM

Recently, we started working with a couple located in Pleasant Hill who came to Kaufman Construction wanting to add on to their 1524 square foot (main level) ranch built in 2000. The house features three bedrooms upstairs and a finished basement with a fourth non-conforming bedroom. The clients felt they needed additional space and improved traffic flow throughout their main floor, but were also budget-conscious.

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Topics: Building/Remodeling Process, design, design phase, interiors, kitchens, Kitchens, mudroom, Space Planning, space planning

Concrete: Not Just for Driveways

Posted by Courtney on Oct 20, 2014 9:34:16 PM

You’ve probably noticed a theme with the kitchen countertop materials I love – I’m a big fan of more eco-friendly, natural choices that are durable, made for actual working, and develop a patina over time. In addition to soapstone and butcher block, which I wrote about recently, I am a big fan of concrete surfaces.

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Topics: concrete, countertops, interiors, kitchens, Kitchens

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