6th AvenueContemporary Kitchen, San Francisco
Aaron Leitz Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Seamless transition. Here, the kid zone in the corner is visually defined by a break in the cabinet color from white to natural. Rather than stuff the corner with Technicolor furniture and storage products made for children, the design continues the classy custom cabinets across the wall and keeps the colors relatively toned down to make the space appeal to grown-ups too. In fact, the small scale of the table and chairs is the only thing that gives this spot away. Parents and kids can happily coexist in this multipurpose space.
3. How will you use the room you’re renovating? For example, will your living room be a place for entertaining guests or entertaining yourself with a large flat-screen television? Do you consider the kitchen a shared living space for the entire family or a space where the chef has the run of the land? These decisions will dramatically change the design, look and function of the room.