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Interior spaces and finishes
Curved Alder Banquette seats 4 without interrupting flow of 4 way intersection (Carport french door, Stairs, Mudroom to garage, and path to Kitchen sink.
A little dark for my taste, but lets in lots of daylight through south facing bay window. Alder island, banquette, and beam ceiling with walnut intersections. Custom made shaper knives for crown moulding.
Another angle. Sub zero refer with cabinet panel doors. Alder hood with Stainless liner. Quartz countertops.
Mahogany entry. Arch window mirrors another on the opposite wall behind me. indirect lighting has since been switched to a rope for consistent wall-washing. Concrete bookcase top to receive Greene brothers style pillars.
Thanks to Sarah Susanka for the perimeter trim detail from "The Not So Big House." Built-ins are flush to the drywall so they could be trimmed out like the doors.
White River Moldings medallion ceiling
Acanthus leaf crown with alder box beams
The grand laundry room!
Alder bezel intersections in a tulip poplar box beam
Remodel in progress
Twin pantries flanking french pocket door with full mortise lock-set. Rev a shelf pull outs within.
Rev a shelf pull out pantry with soft close bottom slide and stainless steel rails.
White river acanthus crown molding.
This vintage style kitchen was built in a Nevada City, CA bungalow as part of an extensive remodel. The appliances are made to look like 50's era but are energy star rated with modern amenities. The hand made cabinets feature flush inset doors and drawers, cast farm sink, original breadboards (built by the clients father.) Budget required the backsplash to be put on hold, so we installed simple beadboard as a temporary solution. Inside the walls we performed a seizmic retrofit and insulation upgrade. The floors are beautiful original vertical grain douglas fir (1930's). Not shown is a dutch door leading to the new deck. The lower half of the door has a serving shelf built in, a perfect way to present appetizers to guests. Though small, a narrow pass-thru was widened and given an arched top to open up this kitchen to the rest of the house. It is a fun place to make cookies!
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