Built as a schoolhouse in the 1920s, this historic building in San Francisco's Noe Valley district was converted to condos in the late 90s. The original kitchen in this unit was very small and crowded into a dark corner. By doubling the footprint, adding white cabinets and a new custom grey stained island and replacing all the dated appliances, this space has a fresh, new outlook.
Photography by Emily Payne
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In the Noe Valley kitchen, Dittmar used Flint from Benjamin Moore to define the space. White cabinets from Segale Brothers and CeasarStone counters round out the fresh but classic look. All appliances are from GE and Thermador.