Temple

MISSION REVIVAL REMODEL

This 1930's Spanish Revival home had a kitchen that was a remodel-in-waiting for an owner who loved to cook. The wall between the kitchen and dining room was removed and replaced with an arch and high counter for a better working relationship between the two rooms and the kitchen was enlarged to capture beautiful San Francisco Bay views. A new archway was also added between the dining and living areas, unifying all three rooms.

The new archways unify the home's Spanish Mission style and handmade craftsman tile was selected for the counter tops to continue the ambience. Arts & Crafts lighting and bungalow-style cabinets complete the look.

An outdated bathroom was also expanded and replaced with a modern light-filled "spa." The expansion included a bay window with views to San Francisco Bay for the whirlpool. A large shower with two types of shower heads features handcut tile. A custom oak vanity and arched mirror alludes to the home's original Mission style. A leaded glass door provides privacy yet still allows light to spill out of the room, into the hallway.
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“bookcase at end of counter” — mlk423
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“pass through” — Bob Salinger
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“Floor?” — Leslie Horak
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“Love the tile floor with black” — layla920
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“door design can do on window for privacy” — lizzycell
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