Joe and Kay Neuberger of Muskego decided to renovate and build an
addition for their kitchen, they moved out because it was such an
extensive project. The end result? Design Group Three built the
Neubergers a large, traditional kitchen that is perfect for cooking
Kay turned to Annaís Daughter of Brookfield when it came to
decorating the space, which is done in a country style.
and Eric Olsen of Brookfield called The Wooden Thumb in Wauwatosa when
they were ready to breathe new life into their kitchen.
The Olsens removed the black granite countertops and installed sage
green Corian and a butcher block island. The light green with the
white cabinets certainly lightened up the room, which was the main
The Olsens chose 4-inch wide birch plank flooring and natural slate
for the backsplash. Besides more light, Meghan wanted the space to be
open between the dining room and kitchen. Wooden Thumb created a
peninsula with plenty of countertop space for food and dishes.
Thompson loves her Viking stove so much that her husband Dave Wedl
says, "We built the house around the stove."
MD Properties built the town of Ottawa home and Thompsonís
requirement was a large kitchen. "I love to cook," says Sue.
Lakeside Stone Works installed the beautiful blue-flecked granite
and tile back spash.