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eco+historical Downey traditional-kitchen

eco+historical Downey

This 1904 Queen Anne Cottage in San Francisco's Cole Valley neighborhood underwent a Greenpoint Rated gut rehab remodel from 2008-2009. Neglected for decades, this 2BR/1BA house was lifted to add the garage shown here plus a complete lower level. Expanded to 5BR/4BA, this home retained many of its original interior and exterior details while getting all sustainable and non-toxic materials utilized throughout.

After the existing kitchen was removed, we built a new kitchen in roughly the same location. Footed shaker cabinets were used for a classic feel with lovely green hand-made recycled-material crackle-glazed subway tile. A farm sink was matched with a more contemporary commercial-style faucet which faced a 36" commercial-style range across the room. Right off the kitchen is a built-in breakfast nook with chalkboard paint on the walls. The original Douglas Fir floors were retained and refinished with an ebony stain.

Photo by KEE Sites

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