Sometimes it's the little things that really make a project. The tiny details that have been thoroughly thought out by our design & building team but at times get lost in a photo or are never seen at all. Hence this segment was born; a place to highlight the details and make us all have a greater appreciation for the little things!
This Kitchen was a great example of how some minor layout changes could make a really big impact on the functionality of a kitchen as a whole. Without adding onto the home we were able to move some surrounding walls, integrate an adjacent closet into the kitchen, relocate the fridge and increase counter and storage space all while creating a brighter more modern looking style.
A modern walnut island, custom walnut built-in bench, sliding barn door with chalkboard panels, chrome mesh cabinet door inserts and mix & match light fixtures are a few of the details that make this kitchen stand out from the crowd.
Pinterest is one of the preferred methods of gathering ideas and information for your home. Gone are the days of earmarking home design magazines for inspiration; you need only open up your Pinterest App and start pinning!
Many of our clients have shared their Pinterest boards with us to give us a better picture of their style and design preferences and now we're sharing ours with you! Check out some of our latest projects, inspiring images and even a compilation of our "Thorson Tasty Treats" recipes...and start pinning!
When designing your kitchen you may not necessarily be thinking about where your paper towels should go, but a design detail like this can make your kitchen more functional and your counters less cluttered!
Located just beside the sink (where the paper towels will most often be used) this paper towel dispensing drawer holds the main roll and slides open to reveal storage for additional rolls as well. Paired with the mesh food storage drawers this little niche is a beautiful tower of form and function!
This Recipe is inspired by Project Manager Todd Donnelly. The first day Todd brought in Salad in a jar for lunch we had to ask...why the jar? Then we realized that there is a method to his madness and we thought...GENIUS!
Truth be told this recipe is more about the method and vessel than it is about the recipe...so here it is; the method that makes Salad in a Jar such a great innovation! Todd & Amy prep a batch ahead of time for quick lunches packed and ready to go for the work week!