Hayes Valley RemodelContemporary Kitchen, San Francisco
This one level flat was completely gutted by a fire. We completely changed the layout of rooms. The wood feature wall is composed of reused studs that were charred in the fire. At the edges, some of the black charring can still be seen.
This project has been featured in Dwell and the San Francisco Chronicle.
Photo by Bruce Damonte
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Approach 3: Use the Same Material for Both Counter and BacksplashLove your countertop selection and want to keep this process simple? Consider running your countertop material up onto the wall as the backsplash. This is an especially smart option if you are required to purchase entire slabs of your chosen countertop material and you happen to have enough material left over to use the remainder as the backsplash.Shown: Get the look with a Pietra del Cardoso stone counter and backsplash.