This kitchen remodel was part of a full house remodel that included the kitchen, staircase, and master bathroom. Our clients had two young kids and wanted to make their new home more functional for their family. The existing kitchen was dated and worn. The cabinetry was site-built and covered with laminate countertops. The space was very confined with a wall separating the dining area and kitchen. The stairs to the back door exited right into the kitchen space with no landing or transition of any kind. They were seeking a newer, cleaner, and more sanitary kitchen for their daily use. The homeowners wanted to open the space and increase functionality, while remaining faithful to the character and architecture of the home.
During construction, exterior walls were properly insulated and a previously cut ceiling joist was replaced. The galley-style kitchen was opened up and extended in the remodel. The refrigerator was replaced with two built-in drawer refrigerators with matching cabinetry doors. To the right of the kitchen, a wall of recessed coat hooks were added as a mini- mudroom for the entryway. The dining-area picture window was replaced with a 15-light sliding patio door. The white-painted cabinetry with shaker-style doors was installed to the ceiling and the base cabinets were finished with a grey quartz countertop. The backsplash was tiled in a subway pattern, new recessed LED lighting was installed, and a new oak floor was laid to match the oak in the rest of the home. Lastly, the moldings were reproduced to match the existing style. The result of this kitchen remodel is a gorgeous and functional new kitchen with ample countertop space and a clean Craftsman design that blends well with the existing architecture of the home.
They gave us a design proposal that showed they had clearly listened to us. Neighbors and others we know didn’t believe the timeline. In their experience, remodeling projects never finish on time. DreamMaker began on the day they stated they would, and they were done on the day they said the project would be complete. We hired the company for an extensive project in our 1920s home. Specifically, we remodeled our kitchen and bathroom, but we also moved a number of walls, rebuilt our staircase, and installed a doorwall where a window once was.If you’ve read other reviews, you already know that DreamMaker is not the cheapest option. However, we did not find them to be more expensive than other “one stop shop” remodeling services, and we are very happy with the value we received for the money we paid. We would happily hire them again for future remodeling projects. We highly recommend DreamMaker Bath and Kitchen.