This remodel of a mid century modern home was focused on improving the flow and functionality of the kitchen while respecting the existing design style. We removed the wall separating the living area from the kitchen and installed recycled chalkboard countertops on some great new cabinets by Kerf design. New aluminum windows added much needed cross ventilation while complementing the existing architecture. New appliances, lighting and flooring rounded out the remodel. Photos by Kerf
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slate counter - What do you use in the seams of the counter ? How thick is your slate?
Can a slate front edge be glued to the top edge to make it appear thicker? »
Rubber floor? What manufacturer is that? - I think Dalsouple makes a terrazzo patterned rubber flooring for kitchens, but I cannot find a US distributor. Can you help me figure out where to get the flooring shown here?
Love this kitchen by the way. »
AFTER: One of the team's major difficulties was figuring out the height location for the cabinetry over the counter. It needed to be low enough to be accessible, but if too low would block the view into the kitchen. In the end, they put little-used and display items in this cabinet and left it up high to fully open up the space. Dishwasher: Bosch; range: Bluestar 36-inch; hood: Vent-A-Hood; dining table: owner'sPhotos courtesy of Kerf Design