Flowing Gray and White Kitchen

Flowing Gray and White Kitchen

Continuing Kitchen Gridlock Traffic flow is a common reason that clients want to renovate their kitchen, including the owners of this home in Palma Sola Park. Access to the kitchen was cut off from the home’s entryway, either routing through the dining room or the family room to enter the kitchen from anywhere in the […]

Subtle Gray and White Kitchen

Subtle Gray and White Kitchen

  Hearing ‘Florida condo’, you generally envision something in either coastal hues or vibrant tones instead of gray, but these clients wanted something subtle and neutral for their recent purchase.   It’s All Gotta Go They sold the midwestern homestead, relocated to the sunshine state, and these clients were anxious for something different. The first-floor […]

Breaking Down Kitchen Barriers
A Cook’s Kitchen

A Cook’s Kitchen

I always enjoy working with clients who have a passion for cooking. It’s fun to talk about not only appropriate storage needs and aesthetic desires, but also the virtues of various olive oils, cookware, and techniques. This particular project also had an additional perk – it was challenging. You see, we wanted to create a […]

Creating a Focal Point for a Master Bath
Room for Two
A Clean Start

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We found our kitchen remodeling to be a perfect job. Every aspect we asked to be included was fitted neatly and in user-friendly fashion. The layout of the room with a definite angle made proper design important. Scott was always readily available to answer any concerns, checked frequently during the installation and constantly made us aware that the aim of Duncan Kitchens was to meet our needs in a satisfactory manner. That was truly accomplished.

- G. Luhrsen - Mt. Vernon, Bradenton