The heart of the home

The kitchen is where we spend countless hours of our lives. That’s a pretty good reason to make it a place of beauty and comfort.

Enduring quality and an exceptional remodeling experience.

When we design and build a kitchen, we use high-quality materials, skilled tradespeople, master carpenters, and professional designers. Here are some of the ways we build value into your remodeling project.

With the right layout and design, a small kitchen or bathroom can live much larger. Professional design adds value by squeezing the most out of your space and your budget. Our design and production team brings innovative ideas to the table. Their attention to small details will make your home comfortable, beautiful, and efficient.

  • A smooth process is the result of experience (knowing how much time it will take) and planning (having materials and labor ready at the right time).
  • Before we start work, everything will be set up to happen in the right amount of time in the right order, like pieces of a puzzle falling into place.
  • A dedicated project manager will be the single point of contact for your remodeling project.
  • The trade partners who will be working in your home are licensed and insured.
  • They are reliable, skilled professionals with high standards who will show up on time and treat your home with respect.

Your kitchen will be under construction for several weeks, so you’ll need a way to prepare and clean up simple meals. We’ll set up a temporary kitchenette for you. Usually, this means we move the old sink and sink cabinet to the basement and connect it to the basement laundry. For cooking, you’ll have a small countertop oven and a two-burner cooktop.

  • A complete set of detailed construction plans is your blueprint for success.
  • We follow all the building codes and local ordinances. Nothing is “under the radar.”
  • In urban areas, building codes often prohibit even small bump-outs. If your remodeling project requires a variance, we’ll navigate the process for you.

Our team is an exceptional group of people. Skilled and talented folk who truly enjoy the process of restoring and renovating old homes. You can count on us to be kind and considerate.

Kitchen Remodeling Showcase

remodeled kitchen

Reimagined Living

Although the footprint is the same, it feels like a brand new kitchen. In the room adjacent, a new mudroom for this family of four.
kitchen, staircase, cat door leading to basement

A Bungalow Gem

Knocking down walls and maximizing space in a historical home.
breakfast alcove with hydrangeas

White and Airy Kitchen

The footprint is the same, but the galley-style kitchen layout creates more room for storage and seating.

Bright and Joyful Kitchen

St. Paul kitchen renovation blends 2016 functionality with 1915 arts and crafts architectural details.

Straight lines and perfect corners are a mark of excellence.

In order to achieve the highest levels of quality, it’s really important to tear out your old bathroom. Here are three reasons we start by tearing it “down to the studs.”


1. The walls in old homes are not square.

The only way to create straight walls and square corners for you is to start with raw space (demo to the studs). Cabinets, tile, moldings, and trim need new walls to hang neatly and fit just right. And there are often structural issues hidden behind 100-year-old walls.


2. You’ll be able to relocate pipes, drains, and gas lines.

Gutting the space also creates an opportunity to relocate your laundry hookups. This is a great way to achieve greater accessibility as you get older (and we all do!). Plumbing issues can also be addressed when the framing is exposed. This can save you money down the road.


3. Most older homes are “under-wired” for modern lifestyles.

Many 20th-century homes were not designed to carry the electrical load of modern appliances. Electrical upgrades eliminate the hazards and inconvenience of extension cords. You’ll have electrical outlets where you need them, instead of extension cords tucked behind the toilet. Your kitchen or bathroom design can include high- and low-voltage wiring for recessed lighting, under-cabinet lighting, accent lighting, additional outlets, TVs, security systems, small appliances, charging stations, and more.

In older homes, we often encounter original “knob and tube” wiring. Building codes require electrical upgrades if the walls are open.

Kitchen Remodeling Reviews

It is our mission to build enduring relationships with our kitchen remodeling customers. If you are a client, we invite you to write a review on Google, Houzz, or Yelp. For a list of references, please call us – (651) 645-5429.

How much does it cost to remodel a kitchen?

People ask us this question every day. The truth is there isn’t a simple answer. The cost to remodel a kitchen will depend on many factors.