It's in the Details

What transforms a good kitchen design into a one of a kind masterpiece?


"I love to incorporate layers of decorative trim and molding to cabinetry. This adds more interest, more character and adds that little extra bit of detail to create a one of a kind custom kitchen."

- Jill Brecheisen


Walk into my studio and you will see the sign "Think Outside The Box". From day one, I have practiced this to achieve the best for my clients. 

It starts with interviewing the client. I like to hear their story, learn what they want to utilize their space for and what will make them happy. It's like the foundation to a house of me learning about their lifestyle. Do they want a white kitchen with glass doors for dishes? Do they desire an island with a snack bar? A double trash cabinet with recycling? There are a lot of questions during the initial interview sessions to determine their needs and wish list items.

The next step is their appliance wish list. these are the large puzzle pieces to the design phase. The size of the range, refrigerator, beverage refrigerator and a possible prep sink. All of these options are well thought out for function and placement into the design.

I love taking their ideas and merging them with my "outside the box" creativity to achieve their one of a kind masterpiece kitchen.