A re-creation of a 1950’s home in SF, is now family friendly and perfect for entertaining. A closed floor plan was opened to maximize the beautiful downtown bay view. Architectural finishes, fixtures and accessories were selected to marry the client's rustic, yet modern industrial style. Overall pallette was inspired by the client's existing sofa and side chairs. Project was done in collaboration with Mason Miller Architect. Photography: Photo Designs by Odessa
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Viki Ruchkan wrote:
Who makes the cabinet pulls? And what finish did you use? Thanks in advance! »
I like the layout of this kitchen can I see view of rest of space? - I like the layout of this kitchen - but would love to see the rest of the space and adjoining spaces. We are doing a kitchen remodeling and might like to use this layout - is it possible to get view of rest of space? »
The clean and modern kitchen is one of Baker's favorite rooms in the house. "I love how the graphite penny-round backsplash really frames the view of the bay from the moment you walk in and complements the walnut accents," she says. The husband is an avid cook, so having a large and workable kitchen was a must. A deep single kitchen sink was high on the priority list, as were plenty of storage and counterspace. Counters: soapstone, Integrated Resource Island counter: Calcutta Oro, Integrated Resource
I think this kitchen is very nice. I love the countertops, oven, white with black handle cabinets, white tile/brick wall and I love the black tiles! I also adore the black countertops above the cabinets. I really like the lights. It is very sharp looking.