San Francisco, CA, US 94118 · 32 photos
Borrelli kitchen remodel
This is the kitchen for grown-up empty nesters. Although the kitchen caters to the physical demands of clients who are gourmet cooks, it also doubles as a sophisticated space for evening cocktail parties.
The clients’ main request was to open the kitchen and somehow introduce a long-desired island where the cook is able to socialize with guests while cooking. This was challenging, as the physical footprint of the kitchen is relatively small and no structural modifications were possible. The solution was to introduce a wedge-shaped, angled cabinetry plan, with deeper surfaces at one end tapering to shallower depths for serving etc.
The inset bookshelf was originally a recessed cabinet that was opened and extended to showcase the client’s cache of sculptures from world travels.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
added by platinofamily
(4 weeks ago)
love the think oval piece of wood used for sitting area
added by jonnycash
(5 months ago)
Gray light strip above door way nice
breakfast table attached to island
added by hotchkisses
(8 months ago)
angled eating table from island
added by bernadien
(9 months ago)
granite counter on the window side of the kitchen and the flow of the kitchen entertaining space with the rest of the room
oval walnut table sleek counter space
I have a small space I am thinking of remodeling
Love the mix of texture and rich earth tones. Seems very welcoming, yet stylish. This is my ideal space.
I love this! Greg doesn't know he likes this.
added by yesmeen
(10 months ago)
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