Crocus Hills Kitchen & Bathroom
Arts and Crafts kitchen remodel included an addition for 1/2 bath and mudroom. Excavation for addition allowed for custom wine cellar. Cabinetry and woodwork mimics existing details.
Existing 100 year old Arts and Crafts home. Kitchen space was completely gutted down to framing. In floor heat, chefs stove, custom site-built cabinetry and soapstone countertops bring kitchen up to date.
Pots and pans are stored on wall to eliminate hanging pot rack.
Upper cabinets feature leaded glass doors, a detail pulled from existing dining room buffet.
13′ x 13′ addition includes beautiful 1/2 bath with in-floor heat, custom pedestal sink and custom tile.
Mudroom addition provides lockers for family of four and easy to use recycling pull outs.
Kitchen addition created new basement space for lower level wine cellar. Custom built quarter sawn oak tasting table and custom tile matches details from upper kitchen.
A tight space provided the perfect spot for a media cabinet where phones are charged, ipad is docked and mail is sorted. Existing laundry chute access is also preserved.
Designed by Jean Rehkamp and Ryan Lawinger of Rehkamp Larson Architects.
Photos by Greg Page Photography
- in-floor heat
- chef’s stove
- custom-built cabinetry
- soapstone countertops
- leaded glass cabinet doors
- custom pedestal sink in bathroom
- custom tile in bathroom
- We have hired full Circle for two big jobs. Several years ago they gutted and finished our basement, adding a bath and a finished family room and laundry room. The job involved higher-end wood finishes including a built-in desk area.
Last year we hired them for a complete re-do of the second floor of the house, which again involved a new bath, re-insulation of the entire roof, the addition of a dormer which turned raw attic space into a large office area, and new windows all around, and high-quality trim work all around. For both projects, they took pains to match existing millwork in our older home, which was important to us.
Both jobs were executed well. Curt and his crew were always flexible, respectful and helpful, making changes during the course of the project and sometimes making their own suggestions. They kept the job site clean and picked-up between phases of both renovations.