top of page


Kitchen cabinetry renovation of a 1960s ranch home for a design blogger and her family.

A wide view of a mid-century modern space with white ceiling and walls, light maple floors. Cabinetry is dark walnut frames and bases with white doors on uppers. A light blue backsplash tile is a horizontal grid pattern. White counters, and silver appliances. In the foreground are a bar area with wine refrigerator then floor to ceiling deep cabinets with silver refrigerator. The middle has a white pedestal table with four chairs in red, lime green, orange, and silver. The right has a desk with red and white chair in front of a computer and white art with bold red shapes art on the wall. The background is an L shaped kitchen on back and right walls, and a small island is in the middle. From left, a microwave over wall oven; then sink under a wide window; then wall cabinets with an open framed walnut section. The backsplash goes up wall to top cabinet line. The island has two black stools. An open doorway on the right between the kitchen and desk has a wall clock above with bright balls.

Jamie worked with me and my husband on a very challenging kitchen renovation on our 50-year-old home. Located on a slab with no attic, the kitchen presented a challenge in that it had to work within the existing configuration, but be functional and updated with today's modern conveniences.


Jamie swooped in and met our every need from the very beginning, offering us a variety of options in what we thought would be a practically optionless situation. She hit the nail on the head when it came to our style, too, after knowing us for only a brief time. She is very precise, and accurate, ensuring all the details are in place. In addition to being detail-oriented, she was considerate of our (very short) timeline, making sure we got what we wanted in the time we needed.”

GH DER Kitchen 2 2.jpeg


  • Space planning and cabinetry layout with SketchUp

  • Appliance and plumbing recommendations

  • Electrical layout guidance

  • On-site project management, as needed

Further details shown on DesignMilk and DesignSponge. Photos by Kate Glicksberg

bottom of page