Beverly Place - KitchenContemporary Kitchen, San Francisco
Kitchen towards sink and window.
Photography by Sharon Risedorph;
In Collaboration with designer and client Stacy Eisenmann.
For questions on this project please contact Stacy at Eisenmann Architecture. (www.eisenmannarchitecture.com)
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Inspiration: Katrina Goldsmith used the photo above as a guideline when designing a 600-square-foot Santa Cruz, California, vacation cottage.
4. Get rid of lurking grime in the kitchen. You know those little cleaning tasks that are so easy to put off indefinitely? Sort of like getting your teeth cleaned, these tasks may cause dread but leave you feeling great when they're done. A half hour is all you probably need to speed through these less-than-glamorous kitchen cleaning tasks: Rinse out kitchen trash cans and recycling bins with soapy water, run a specialized coffeemaker cleaner or white vinegar through the coffeemaker (finish by running plain water through), and wipe down kitchen light fixtures and fans.
How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets1. Prep. Remove cabinet doors and drawers and give everything a good cleaning with TSP (TriSodium Phosphate), or a TSP alternative, to remove any grease or dirt.2. Patch. Fill in holes, dents or dings with a sandable, paintable wood filler.3. Sand. Sand all surfaces to be painted with medium-grit sandpaper. Follow up with a good wipedown with a dry cloth to remove all dust.