Kitchen Remodeling

Cottonwood Heights – Kitchen

Over the years, the kitchen has gained popularity as the central, most important room in any home. It enjoys round the clock patronage. Starting from a very early morning breakfast to a late-night snack. The kitchen is a loyal witness to any drama in life. Whether preparing an important meal for family or friends, surprising a loved one on a special occasion or making a special dinner for the grandchildren, the kitchen is always there.

So, when it comes to planning for a kitchen remodeling project, there are a lot of things to consider so that it will become a room where everybody will feel comfortable and welcome.

At Crossbeam Builders, we want your remodeled kitchen to be a perfect combination of good looks and effective functionality.   A kitchen remodel can take on so many forms of style, materials and color. Let us be your partners in deciding what will work best for you.

The following is a beautiful Kitchen Remodeling project creating an eloquent place to be a perfect combination of good looks and functionality.

Park City New Kitchen Remodel with White Cabinets

The following is a beautiful Sandy Condo Remodeling project done at one of your neighbors creating an eloquent place to be a perfect combination of good looks and functionality.

Sandy Kitchen Remodel

The following is another beautiful Sandy Condo Remodeler project done at one of your neighbors, again combining eloquence and functionality.

Sandy Condo Remodeler with modern Kitchen Remodel

Kitchen Remodel Dark Cabinets

The above picture features a classic Shaker style door frame that is clean and distinctive. The pennant lights highlight the white quartz countertop. The design and layout of this kitchen space create a functional place for day to day use as well as a place to entertain family and friends for special moments.

And the picture immediately above this section shows a remodeled kitchen that highlights what is possible within the framework of an existing kitchen. The existing cabinets in this remodel were painted. With the removal of a wall dividing the kitchen and living space and adding a few complementary new cabinets with matching doors this space went from dark and confined to spacious and welcoming.

In the pictures that follow, you will find another classic traditional style of the kitchen remodeling project.   In the first, you will notice the classic lines of the Shaker panel doors on the cabinets beautifully highlighted with brushed nickel hardware. The stainless steel appliances are integrated with the complementary soft blue tones of the glass tile backsplash.     In the second you will notice the warm tones of the tile invites the raised panel cabinet doors offset by the iron hardware. The elegant quartz countertop makes efficient use of a smaller Galley style kitchen in a Park City Condominium.

Kitchen Remodel White Cabinets Park City

Kitchen Remodel Galley Park City

Kitchen remodeling is one of the biggest and most important changes in every home. It reflects the homeowner’s dreams, needs, style, and wishes. The perfect kitchen remodel project has a well-balanced design so it fits everyday usage.

In this next picture you will find yet another varying style of kitchen remodeling project.   Notice the use of reclaimed barnwood from the Midwest was used to create a unique appearance on the kitchen island. The dark quartz and glass backsplash finish this modern kitchen design.

Kitchen Remodel Salt Lake City

Contact Crossbeam Builders today so that we can schedule an appointment to help make your Kitchen Remodeling dreams come true.


Working with Chris and the Crossbeam team has been fantastic. The attention to detail and personalization of our project really made our house into our home.
Thanks Crossbeam!

Nick Van D.

Chris at Crossbeam Builders is very professional and is there when he says he is going to be. He is very precise in his work. He never left a mess and finished the project before the estimate time limit and was under budget. I wouldn’t hesitate in hiring him again for another job!

Vickie A.