Welcome to Dream Kitchens

Kitchens Design

Kitchens Designed from a Cook's Perspective!

Since 1992 we have been transforming our clients’ kitchens into their unique culinary space. We specialize in designing kitchens from a cook’s perspective, tailoring our designs to our clients’ favorite cuisines and traditions.

Our Process

Dream Kitchens is an award winning design firm, and we pride ourselves in unique, but practical designs. When designing your space we really think of the best use of the room first. When it comes to designing, we are known for ‘Kitchens designed from the Cook’s Perspective’!
We've distilled our interior design process into 4 Steps:

1

Consultation

Not sure what your dream kitchen will look like exactly? Not sure what it will cost? Let us help you with a FREE, no obligation consultation in our state-of-the-art showroom. By showing you examples of other projects and a variety of materials, we can help you make the decisions necessary to realize your Dream Kitchen.

2

Design

To begin the process, we come to your home, or you simply bring your room’s dimensions and some digital photos to our showroom, and we would be happy to illustrate some of these unique ideas.

3

Installation

Whether you have your own contractor or need us to arrange your project’s installation, we are here to help every step of the way! We specialize in “carpenter friendly” detailed drawings, which eliminate a lot of the guess work many installers get frustrated with from other design firms.

4

Supervision

We take pride in our designs and your finished project. We do regular site visits throughout the project to make sure what we designed and what you expected are being executed correctly to give you the best Dream Room possible!

Dream Blog

Dream Kitchens is Featured in the Weekly Houzz Article!

We are so proud to have our angled kitchen island design chosen as a featured kitchen by the editors of Houzz!

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Quartz versus quartzite

We are often asked what the difference is between these two popular counter top materials. Here is a comparison that we ...

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Seeing Double: designing a kosher kitchen

A basic tenet of keeping kosher is the separation of dairy and meat. This includes food preparation, cooking utensils, cooking, and ...

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