Scott St. Kitchen

This kitchen is located in a San Francisco Victorian, which helps explain the odd, angled foot print. The cabinets are beech with walnut accents and the flooring is cork.
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“The two tones of wood look nice, the pulls on the cabinets, and the color of the countertop. Maybe” — ruthm3382
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Andrew McKinney Photography Sometimes the cabinets and the flooring are similar in tone. One of my favorite ways to address this is to use darker toe kick material for contrast.
“Backdoor” — Mindi Porter_Griffin
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Andrew McKinney Photography The wall isolating the kitchen was removed to create a more open feeling. In it's place--an informal bar height eating area for quick snacks.
“outlets--lower right especially” — joannoh
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Andrew Mckinney Photograpghy All clients have a wish list for their remodel. Here are two that I was able to incorporate--a "hidden" cat box and a compost bin in the counter.
“Litter box” — elizabeth22
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The client wanted to interact with her guests while she was cooking. This was accomplished by removing this wall and creating a "great" room. A raised eating area was added to define and separate the kitchen, while maintaining an open feeling.
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Clients generally remodel for two reasons: 1. the kitchen is outdated and unattractive 2. the appliances need to be upgraded. This kitchen fell into both categories. The client wished to upgrade to a 36" range, a steam oven and a built in refrigerator to accommodate her love of cooking.
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The sink was originally centered between the two windows giving the client a view of the wall. In the remodel, the sink was moved and centered under the left hand window. This also created more usable counter space.
“Spice rack” — Lusi Chien
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