Welcome to Paula’s kitchen

When Paula and Michael built their new home, one of the main priorities was the kitchen. She wanted the kitchen to reflect her Southern heritage and have the feel of an old house. Paula wanted a serious, professional kitchen that didn’t feel like one. This contradiction was accomplished using a modern floor plan but incorporating historical elements. The exposed ceiling beams and brick backsplash helped achieve an older feel. Rather than using granite for her countertops, which Paula felt was too modern, the countertops were made from soapstone. Other touches were decidedly modern giving Paula her dream kitchen that could comfortably accommodate family and friends.

Here's What Our Clients Have To Say

We searched the internet and found your site. You returned our call and my husband drove to Esconido from Orange County and you made the process so easy for us! From helping us pick the piece, to suggestions, to the actual installation-it was just a breeze. You gave us samples and answered all of our questions. We like the look and maintenance-just what we wanted. Thanks!

John and Trish Pierson

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